Holland Park Estate Agents unanimously agree that this serene and picturesque part of Central London is one of the finest that the city has to offer.
Situated in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, its charming avenues are distinguished with grandiose architecture, beautiful parks, and plenty of attractions.
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Without a doubt, Holland Park reflects the upper end of the London housing market, featuring some of the best homes that the city has to offer. From gorgeous, stuccoed terraces to detached and semi-detached homes, Holland Park property tends to be spacious, making it an ideal choice for families. Featuring charming listed buildings and capturing that signature English garden feel, the area has retained its style for much of its development while investing in some innovative new projects for the community.
Considering its upscale real estate, Holland Park has very attractive council tax rates ranging from around £700 in band A to over £2,100 for band H.
Holland Park School, a community co-ed school, has a very high ranking, as well as Norland Place Preparatory School, Avondale Park Primary School, and many others. Its central location means that students have an excellent selection to choose from in the area, which also specialise in various programmes from early ages up until college.
The area appeals mostly to well-heeled residents, established professionals, families, and retirees who are seeking a central location which also provides an escape from the typical hustle and bustle of London. Its grandeur has earned it some famous residents, including the likes of Anjelica Houston, Jimmy Page, Matthew Symonds and Polly Toynbee.
Holland Park attracts a variety of people from wealthy internationals looking for a classy London connection to professionals who are on their way in their careers.
As well as basking in the beautiful sunshine of Holland Park's bucolic treasures like the Kyoto Garden, culture connoisseurs can enjoy an evening of arias with the Holland Park Opera at Holland Park Theatre which also features brilliant literary and dramatic works. There are several fine dining establishments to choose from as well as a trendy shopping district in nearby Kensington Church Street, and Notting Hill is just a heartbeat away.
As well as several other entertainment and sports venues around the area, Holland Park is home to festivals and events throughout the year, making it a huge draw for residents. It also lays claim to some of the best children's parks in the region, as well as providing other facilities for the community.
Situated perfectly in the Kensington and Chelsea areas, visiting nearby attractions like Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens is easier than ever. With several bus routes passing through, access to motorways and the National Rail, residents are ideally placed. Its tube stations include Holland Park and Shepherd's Bush which serve the Central Line. It is easy to transfer onto the Hammersmith & City Line or Piccadilly Line from here in order to access the Heathrow Airport branch which serves separate terminals respectively.
171 Chiswick High Road, Chiswick
London W4 2DR
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London W5 3LD
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