St John's Wood

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A green and affluent residential area located between Regent's Park to its right, Maida Vale to its left and Hampstead to its north. It's detached houses and community feel vibe make it a popular location with well to do families. Also known for Lord's Cricket Ground and Abbey Wood Studios.

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Fancy living

16/04/2022

I loved living here, found a cheap gem to live in among the beautiful streets. Amenities are pretty...

I loved living here, found a cheap gem to live in among the beautiful streets. Amenities are pretty poor in the high street, as most shops are upmarket for day to day living. A stint living here was fun, with a short walk to Primrose hill and Baker Street, personally would enjoy somewhere with a more relaxed community feel.


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UncleJasper

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  • Attractive Houses & Pretty Streets

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  • Cleanliness

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  • Pedestrian Access

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  • Architecture

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  • Council Services

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  • Driver Access

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  • Museums, Galleries & Culture

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  • Parks & Green Spaces

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  • Safety

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  • Schools

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  • Community Feel

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  • Cycle Access

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  • Healthcare

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  • High Street

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  • Public Transport

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  • Pubs & Cafes

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  • Nightlife & Entertainment

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  • Parking

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  • Shopping

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  • Sports Facilities

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  • Affordability

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Reviews(1)

Fancy living

16/04/2022

I loved living here, found a cheap gem to live in among the beautiful streets. Amenities are pretty...

I loved living here, found a cheap gem to live in among the beautiful streets. Amenities are pretty poor in the high street, as most shops are upmarket for day to day living. A stint living here was fun, with a short walk to Primrose hill and Baker Street, personally would enjoy somewhere with a more relaxed community feel.


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UncleJasper

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