Best places to live in London – Holland Park
Published Sep 10th 2015
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Located between busy Kensington Streets and the Notting Hill area, Holland Park provides a perfect mix for both the laid back and busy lifestyle. The demand for properties on Holland Park streets remains consistently high, due to its charming beauty and lifestyle benefits. Living in Holland Park is widely desired by families, by virtue of the excellent choices of local schools including The Cardinal Vaughan Memorial RC School and Southbank International School.
Moreover, young professionals will find Holland Park a sensible choice due to its excellent transport links via Jubilee and Central lines, and high concentration of business activity in the neighbourhood. In addition, the acres of green space within the area and Holland Park itself, together with friendly atmosphere of the Park have established the area as one of the most elite and prestigious residential areas in central London.
The area also accommodates a diversity of leisure activities, Avondale Park has tennis courts and riding stables, whilst Kensington Leisure Centre has squash courts, five-a-side football pitches and a gym. Holland Park has always been a hot-spot for some of the best of London’s cultural scene; thanks to its theatre and renowned open air opera house, host of cosy shops and boutiques, top restaurants and high end property market, a consistent attraction for global crowds adds a cosmopolitan mystique to its charm.
Holland Park presents a diverse selection of beautiful five, six and seven bedroom detached homes, which are mainly located on Abbotsbury Road and Addison Road. Holland Villas Road has an abundance of West London’s largest villas. W11 area is also one of the most desirable areas for young professionals and families, especially homes on Grade II listed Royal Crescent and Holland Park Mews.
Many new developments in the area come with their own parking space, a must have for many residents. Studio flats for sale in Holland Park area are rare, however, when they appear on the market the price may reach £350,000 and upwards. There are currently many Victorian converted flats and mansion blocks available for sale.
One-bedroom flats on the Holland Road for sale will be around £425,000 and prices for two-bedroom flats are starting from £600,000 although locations such as Oakwood Court, a one-bedroom flat will be priced around £900,000. Addison Road property prices are marginally lower, for a one-bedroom property a buyer will have to pay £750,000.
Holland Park prime house prices start at around £1 million, where a small two-bedroom mews house will sell for £1.25m and for something larger, such as period houses on Portland Road, usually sell for anything from around £2.7 million up to £10 million.
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