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Living in Hyde Park: A lifestyle and Investment Guide

Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner

What and where is Hyde Park?

Located in the very heart of London, Hyde Park is one of the capital’s most iconic outdoor spaces and one of London’s most famous city parks.

Spanning 142 hectares and boasting some of the city’s most glorious landscapes, the park is home to a large lake, ornamental flower gardens and over 4,000 trees, making it the ultimate destination to escape the hustle and bustle of urban life.

With something for everyone, the park attracts thousands of visitors and is also home to a number of wonderful buildings and monuments, such as the Joy of Life fountain, the Serpentine Bridge, the Archiles statue and the iconic Diana Memorial Fountain.

Throughout the year, lots of world-class events, concerts and exhibitions are held at the park – there’s literally always something to see and do. During the winter months, you can even ice skate in the park.

The area surrounding the park offers a wide range of properties for sale and to rent, from executive studios that are perfect for city professionals, through to luxurious apartments and large family homes.

Average house prices in Hyde Park

As one of London’s most popular areas, it’s no surprise that properties in Hyde Park are extremely sought after. Flats sell for an average price of £1,355,000, terraced properties fetch an average of £3,236,000, and semi-detached properties sell for as much as £3,685,000.

Living in Hyde Park

Popular with families and professionals alike, Hyde Park is home to pretty

Victorian architecture and charming boutique shops and cafes, adding to the appeal of the area.

Home to a diverse collection of residents, there’s no denying that Hyde Park is a great place to live, whether you’re looking for a family home or a cool city apartment.

The area is full of places to eat out, features shops in Westbourne Grove and Connaught Village, and offers plenty of sporting opportunities to enjoy within the park. For example, you can swim in The Serpentine Lido, cycle, run or jog around the park, and there’s also a tennis court and bowling green.

Transport links in Hyde Park

Hyde Park certainly isn’t short of excellent transport links, with Paddington (zone 1) and Bayswater underground stations nearby. The roads surrounding Paddington Station also offer a wide variety of bus services, including the 23 towards Liverpool Street and the 36 towards Queens Park.

Schools in Hyde Park

Hyde Park has a fantastic network of local primary and secondary schools, as well as outstanding education facilities, including universities and nurseries. In fact, the area is home to some of the best schools in London, such as the award-winning Hampden Gurney Church of England Primary School, St James & St John Primary, Connaught House School and Hallfield Junior School.

Wetherby Senior School, Queens College London Westminster Academy, St Marylebone C of E School, and Queens College London are also highly regarded.

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