Located in the Borough of the City of Westminster and sitting to the East of the chic Westbourne Grove, to the West of the shopping district of Oxford Street and nestled between the urbane Marylebone to the North and the exclusive Knightsbridge and Belgravia to the South, Hyde Park and Paddington encompass a significant - and premium - area of Central London.
As letting agents for Hyde Park and Paddington we are aware of how the locations alone, of both districts, make the two areas instantly attractive rental options to both local tenants and for those from overseas.
Our London lettings branch for Hyde Park and Paddington is located at 32 Sussex Place and offers a wide variety of properties, comprising family houses, period mansion blocks and more modern apartments.
We have a range of family homes, such as the 3-4+ bedroom houses found on Hyde Park Square and York Street, W1 which start at £1,150 per week and asking rentals increase according to square footage and quality of appointment.
Our Mansion Block apartments on Bryanston Square and Park West on George Street are typically two bedroom properties perfectly located for a quick walk into the West End or a longer stroll in one of London's other Royal Parks, Regent's Park.
Perhaps more than any other area of London, Paddington has undergone a quite remarkable project of redevelopment in the last decade and both Paddington and Hyde Park offer a multitude of state of the art residential complexes, boasting superb modern apartments, some of which overlook the scenic Union Canal.
Properties on offer include those at West End Quay, Sheldon Square and Marathon House where one bedroom rentals range from £400 to £650 per week. A two bedroom apartment or house rents at between £550 and £950 per week while three bedroom apartments start at £850 per week and rise to around £1,500 per week.
The period architecture of Lancaster Gate and Connaught Street help define the aesthetics of the area and lends Hyde Park and Paddington a certain visual stature hard to find in other parts of the city.
The idyllic Hyde Park, which remains an almost unprecedented expanse of natural beauty in the very centre of a world-leading conurbation, is found on your proverbial doorstep (or literally in some cases) and for those with a passion for horse riding, the Hyde Park Stables are situated in Bathurst Mews.
Further local attractions include the wonderful shopping and dining experiences on offer as well as a world-class range of luxury hotels to choose from.
The area as a whole is one of the best connected in London, providing local, national and international connections at your convenience. The area is served by no less than four tube stations, such as Hyde Park Corner, Lancaster Gate, Marble Arch and of course Paddington, which connects to Heathrow Airport in just 15 minutes on the Heathrow Express.
The American School in London in nearby St John's Wood is both testament to the area's tradition of welcoming those from overseas and a prominent institution of further education, while The Royal Academy of Music and The London School of Fashion remain two of the most prestigious colleges for under - and post-graduates of music and fashion anywhere in the world.
From the eponymous royal gardens of Hyde Park, perfect for a whole host of activities as well as being a space of genuine meditative tranquility, to the iconic Paddington Station, designed by the eminent engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1847 and forever placed in posterity by an affable marmalade-loving bear (a statue of whom can be found on the station's forecourt) the reasons for choosing to take up residence in Hyde Park and Paddington are plentiful.
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