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Hyde Park is one of the most desirable areas in London. It has both the open green space of Hyde Park & Kensington Gardens and the proximity to the West End shops and restaurants. Many are attracted to the grand white stucco terraces and garden squares. Residents in the area tend to be families taking advantage of the good schools, or professional couples and singles appreciating the easy commute to Central London. There is a strong sense of community with many residents moving to the area and staying. This is especially true in Connaught Village where annual fetes are held often with guest appearances from the local celebrities such as Claudia Winkelman, Tony Blair and the Beckham family.

The area is predominantly boutiques and independents lending itself to a strong café culture. There is an eclectic mix of residents from all around the world which is reflected in the variety of restaurants. Further towards the more cosmopolitan area of Bayswater you will find Whiteleys, London’s first department store, that is home to more of the well-known chains. Shopping mecca Oxford Street is also close by as well as the West End and Marylebone Village shops. You will never be at a loss for things to do with All Star Lanes bowling venue and Electric and Everyman Cinema’s both in the area. 


A majority of the housing is the very desirable large white stucco fronted buildings, around 2,000 sq ft – 4,000 sq ft over 4 or 5 floors. These are often split into flats and situated around the garden squares such as Hyde Park Gardens and Hyde Park Street. The smaller mews houses are also popular and offer a little community in themselves. These period properties tend to attract European and English buyers.

Purpose built mansion blocks with porters that look over the park are popular with Middle East buyers and other foreign investors. Bayswater has benefitted from recent regeneration and is home to more high spec apartment blocks. This cosmopolitan area has drawn in Middle Eastern, American and Brazilian residents. The renowned Hyde Park Estate provides rental houses and flats that are highly desirable.  


 "The lettings market in Marylebone and Hyde Park is booming with properties going under offer quite quickly. The area combines a village living style with the vibe of the West End. We benefit from two of the main parks in town; Hyde Park and Regents Park as well as great connections to the city and private schools ideal for families and young professionals."
Nieves Muros
Head of lettings




View available houses to buy via our Hyde Park & Bayswater office



View available houses to rent via our Hyde Park & Bayswater office


  Sale £,000 Rent £ pw
Cottage/Mews 2/3 bedrooms 2,000 – 3,000 750 – 1,400
Family house, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, with garden 2,000 – 5,000 1,200 – 3,500
Large family house, 5+ bedrooms, 2 baths, with garden 5,000 + 2,500 – 6,000+


  • Tube: Bayswater (Circle and District Line), Baker Street (Metropolitan, Bakerloo, Circle, Jubilee and Hammersmith & City) Edgware Road, Lancaster Gate (Central line) and Paddington (Circle, District, Bakerloo, Hammersmith & City lines)
  • Rail: Marylebone station, Paddington station and the Heathrow Express, which will take you to the airport in 15 minutes
  • Bus: 7 (to Russell Square), the 23 (to Liverpool Street), the 27 (to Chalk Farm), the 70 (to Acton) and the 148 (to Camberwell Green), 94 (Oxford Street)
  • Road: Bayswater is a 25 minute drive from the M4 and M25
  • Airport: Heathrow is only a 40 min drive or 15 mins on the Heathrow Express from Paddington


Primary Address Telephone Ofsted
Hyde Park School 24 Elvaston Place, SW7 5NL +44 (0) 20 7225 3131 N/A
Pembridge Hall School Pembridge Gardens, W2 4DX +44 (0) 20 7229 0121 N/A
Wetherbey's School 11 Pembridge Square, W2 4ED +44 (0) 20 7727 9581 N/A
Hampton Gurney CofE primary school 13 Nutford Place, W1H 5HA +44 (0) 20 7641 4195 Outstanding
St Marylebone CofE 64 Marylebone High Street, W1U 5BA +44 (0) 20 7935 4704 Outstanding


Arguably one of the most famous parks in the world, Hyde Park dominates the area with many people hankering for property overlooking the 350 acres of open space. The serpentine runs through the park and provides a boating lake that is popular in the summer along with other activities such as football, tennis, cycling and horse riding. It is also holds many festivals throughout the year such as the British Summer Time Music festival, Proms in the Park and Winter Wonderland which brings in large crowds.
Kensington Gardens runs adjacent to Hyde Park but offers a more cultural experience with pretty Italian gardens, memorials and the striking Serpentine Gallery.  


Event Date
Annual Connaught Village Pancake Race 9 February 2016
Alice in Wonderland at the British Library  Until 17 April 2016
Primrose Hill May Festival May 2016
Open Air Theatre Regents Park 13 May – 17 September 2016
Regents Park – Taste of London 15 -19 June 2016
Third Investec Test match v Sri Lanka 9 - 13 June 2016
Connaught Village Fair 22 June 2016
Holland Park Opera 7 June – 13 August 2016
Marylebone Summer Fayre June 2016
Hyde Park British Summer Time Festival 2-9 July 2016
First Investec Test match v Pakistan 14 - 18 July 2016
Proms 15 July – 10 September 2016 
Lords Cricket events 2nd Royal London ODI v Pakistan 27 August 2016
Notting Hill Carnival - 50th Anniversary 27 -29 August (Bank holiday)
Horseman Sunday 18 September 2016
Oxford Street Christmas Light Switch On 1 November 2016
Marylebone Christmas light switch on  November tbc
Monocle Christmas Market December tbc
Winter Wonderland 20th November 2015 to 3rd January 2015 (2016 dates yet to be announced) 


Practice Address Telephone
The Connaught Square Practice 41 Connaught Square, W2 2HL +44 (0) 20 7402 4026
St Mary’s Hospital Praed Street, W2 1NY +44 (0) 20 3312 6666