Living in Regents Park

A Chestertons area guide to Regents Park

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Welcome to Regents Park

Showcasing exquisite architecture designed by Regency architect John Nash, Regents Park is a desirable and fashionable area with great connections to central London.  The spectacular white-stucco terraced properties, especially those in Regents Park Outer Circle, are some of the most expensive in London.  Unsurprisingly, the area is highly affluent, attracting celebrities and intellectuals and boasting a diverse culture including Jewish, Middle Eastern and American communities.
  • Diverse culture
  • Beautiful open green spaces
  • Close to central London
  • Golden domed Mosque
  • Affluent area

  • Entertainment & nightlife

    There are a number of cosy pubs and stylish wine bars in the area, with the proximity to central London allowing for big club events or theatre trips.  Regents Park hosts the Open Air Theatre during the warmer months and an Everyman Cinema can be found on Baker Street.

    Best place for sports fans

    Jetlag Sports Bar is a quirky travel-themed bar with mood lighting and screening downstairs for those keen to watch the game on a night out.

  • Parks & recreation

    Regents Park itself is a beautiful open area perfect for dog walkers, keen joggers and families alike.  It includes a running track, outdoor sports area, boat and pedalo hire and the stunning Queen Mary’s Gardens, home to hundreds of varieties of roses.  Just by the park is the well-known golden domed Mosque, whilst the green space of Primrose Hill is just North of Regents Park.

    Best destination for a day out

    London Zoo, the world’s oldest scientific zoo, is located within Regents Park.  It hosts a variety of talks, events and demonstrations throughout the year and is perfect for a family day out.

  • Restaurants & shopping

    Regents Park has a good range of specialist shops and restaurants including The New Inn, a gastropub with a good selection of cocktails, seasonal menu and curry night on Wednesdays. 

    For boutique and high-end shopping, head to nearby St Johns Wood or Marylebone, or for urban restaurants and shops head to Baker Street.

  • Schools

    There are a number of good local schools for all ages, many with “outstanding” Ofsted ratings, including King Solomon Academy, a state school for ages 3-18. 

    Notable private schools are Arnold House School, Abercorn School and St Christina’s.  The American Language School is also nearby, in St John’s Wood.


  • Transport & travel

    Mainline connections can be found from nearby Marylebone station and Jubilee line links provide speedy travel into central London, especially useful for the commute to Canary Wharf.

    St John’s Wood – Jubilee Line

    Baker Street – Bakerloo, Jubilee and Central Line

    Edgware Road – Bakerloo Line

Living within a walking distance from The London Zoo is wonderful. Regents park is a beautiful open area.

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