Considering a move to St Johns Wood? Located in Zone 2, close to Primrose Hill and Regent’s Park, St John’s Wood is considered one of London’s upmarket areas with its wealthy and cosmopolitan population, yet still retaining a certain village spirit. It is home to the world’s most popular pedestrian crossing, the Abbey Road crossing made famous by the Beatles, as well as the Lord’s Cricket Ground for cricket fans.
The district offers different styles of architecture with large detached properties with amazing gardens, 24h portered mansion blocks, recent buildings with roof terrace and communal gardens and quiet tree-lined streets with terraced Victorian properties.
Filled with green spaces, restaurants and cafés, it is also a good idea to move to St Johns Wood due to its close proximity to the business districts of Canary Wharf, Bond Street and Mayfair, served by the Jubilee Line. St Johns Wood is a haven of tranquility just 6 minutes tube from Oxford Street, ideal for families attracted by renowned schools such as the American School of London.