Why Regents Park property is considered super-prime

If you are in the market for luxury central London property and enjoy celebrity-spotting, Regents Park might just fit the bill.

Home to famous individuals like Damien Hirst and Kate Moss as well as Russian oligarchs and royals from the Middle East, this cosmopolitan neighbourhood, with its white-stuccoed Nash terraces, access to premium shopping, world class entertainment and extensive parkland, is a desirable place to live.

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Set back along tree lined avenues, many of the grand terraced properties have retained their original features both inside and out. For properties with park views, a Regent’s Park villa is an excellent alternative. That’s if you are lucky enough to spot one on the market - over a third have been with the same family for decades.

With property values slated to rise, Regents Park property is rightly considered “super-prime” and appeals to individuals eager to live in a picturesque, elegant part of the capital. As Martin Bikhit, managing director of Kay&Co says “In our experience, Regent’s Park has become home to a certain type of buyer who eschews the glitz of Mayfair and Belgravia for a more refined area.”

We have some lovely properties for sale in NW1 so if you fancy a home in this fashionable London district, call us right away to schedule viewings.

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Date: 23 September 2016
Publication name: City A.M.
Type: UK/Online

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