Guide to living in Hyde Park and Bayswater

Hyde Park is one of the most desirable areas in London. It has both the open green space of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, while being close to the shops and restaurants of the West End.

About Hyde Park & Bayswater

Hyde Park is one of the most desirable areas in London. It has both the open green space of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, while being close to the shops and restaurants of the West End. Many buyers are attracted to the grand white stucco terraces and garden squares of this beautiful area. Residents tend to be families taking advantage of the good schools here, or professional couples and singles appreciating the easy commute to Central London.

Properties in Hyde Park and Bayswater

A majority of the housing is found in very desirable, large, white stucco-fronted buildings, which normally enjoy between 2,000-4,000 square feet over 4 or 5 floors. These are often split into flats and arranged around 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 buyers from the Middle East and other foreign investors. Bayswater has benefitted from recent regeneration and is home to more high spec apartment blocks than previously. 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.  

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Living in Hyde Park and Bayswater

There is a strong sense of community here, with many residents moving to the area and staying. This is especially true in Connaught Village, where annual fetes are held which are often attended by famous locals 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, which is home to more of the well-known chains. The well-known shops of Oxford Street and Bond Street are close by, as well as the West End and Marylebone Village shops.

Properties in Hyde Park and Bayswater

A majority of the housing is found in very desirable, large, white stucco-fronted buildings, which normally enjoy between 2,000-4,000 square feet over 4 or 5 floors. These are often split into flats and arranged around 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 buyers from the Middle East and other foreign investors. Bayswater has benefitted from recent regeneration and is home to more high spec apartment blocks than previously. 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.  

Property for sale near Hyde Park

Guide Price £495,000

Oxford & Cambridge Mansions, London, NW1

£4,500,000

Circus Road, NW8

Guide Price £395,000

Gloucester Terrace, London, W2

£1,695,000

Hyde Park Mansions, London, NW1

£3,500,000

Berkeley Court, London, NW1

£1,999,500

Garrett Mansions, London, W2

£1,685,000

Garrett Mansions, London, W2

£995,000

Garrett Mansions, London, W2

£995,000

Garrett Mansions, London, W2

Guide Price £775,000

Porchester Place, W2

£795,000

Addison House, London, NW8

Offers in excess of £1,200,000

Portland Place, W1B

£2,450,000

Palace Court, W2

£4,495,000

Atrium Apartments, London, NW8

£6,450,000

Palace Court, W2

£550,000

Coniston Court, London, W2

Offers in excess of £1,350,000

Merchant Square East, W2

£650,000

Quadrangle Tower, London, W2

£2,256,000

Paddington Gardens, London, W2

Guide Price £1,550,000

Rainsford Street, W2

Guide Price £1,550,000

Rainsford Street, W2

£1,500,000

The Quadrangle, W2

Guide Price £975,000

Burwood Place, W2

Guide Price £3,300,000

Park Mansions, London, SW1X

Guide Price £5,850,000

Ansdell Terrace, W8

Guide Price £830,000

Porchester Place, W2

Guide Price £4,000,000

Norfolk Crescent, W2

Guide Price £640,000

Quadrangle Tower, London, W2

Guide Price £2,750,000

Lancaster Mews, W2

£900,000

Quadrangle Tower, London, W2

Guide Price £6,500,000

Albert Hall Mansions, London, SW7

£625,000

Forset Court, London, W2

Guide Price £695,000

Southwick Street, W2

Guide Price £1,200,000

Queens Gardens, London, W2

Guide Price £2,750,000

Norfolk Crescent, W2

Guide Price £3,700,000

Norfolk Crescent, W2

Property to rent near Hyde Park

£8,500 per week

Kensington Gardens Square, Bayswater, London, W2

£5,300 per week

Duke Street, Mayfair, London, W1K

£4,500 per week

Davies Street, Mayfair, London, W1K

£1,750 per week

Queens Gate Gardens, Kensington, London, SW7

£1,700 per week

Baker Street, Marylebone, London, NW1

£1,585 per week

Edgware Road, Paddington, London, W2

£1,525 per week

Merchant Square East, Paddington, London, W2

£1,460 per week

Merchant Square East, Paddington, London, W2

£1,425 per week

Great Cumberland Place, Marylebone, London, W1H

£1,400 per week

Baker Street, Marylebone, London, NW1

£1,384 per week

Kensington Gardens Square, Bayswater, London, W2

£1,375 per week

Baker Street, Marylebone, London, NW1

£1,375 per week

Baker Street, Marylebone, London, NW1

£1,350 per week

Baker Street, Marylebone, London, NW1

£1,150 per week

Kensington Gardens Square, Bayswater, London, W2

£1,050 per week

Montagu Square, Hyde Park, London, W1H

£985 per week

Garrett Mansions, Hyde Park, London, W2

£950 per week

Hill Street, Hyde Park, London, W1J

£900 per week

Baker Street, Marylebone, London, NW1

£900 per week

Baker Street, Marylebone, London, NW1

£890 per week

Gatliff Road, Belgravia, London, SW1W

£745 per week

Hyde Park, London, W1U

£710 per week

Hill Street, Mayfair, London, W1J

£690 per week

Prince of Wales Terrace, Kensington, London, W8

£595 per week

Montagu Street, Marylebone, London, W1H

£550 per week

Hill Street, Mayfair, London, W1J

£485 per week

Maida Vale, Maida Vale, London, W9