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Sights and Attractions

Anyone living in NW1 is perfectly placed for visits to London Zoo and the many west end theatres. These include the Almeida, Bloomsbury, Dominion, King’s Head, Roundhouse, Saddler’s Wells and Shaftesbury theatres, all of which are filled with history and culture. The Freud Museum and the Royal Academy are other attractions that draw a lot of visitors.

Virtually every west end attraction, including Piccadilly Circus, is within easy reach of NW1. The exclusive St Marylebone Parish Church is a superb example of Victorian architecture and craftsmanship. The London Canal Museum, Islington Arts Factory and the Islington Local History Centre are also excellent purveyors of art and culture. The Handel House Museum and the London Palladium are another two attractions that should be included on every itinerary.     

Squares and Gardens

Undoubtedly, the largest open space in NW1 is the magnificent Regent’s Park, which is a superb amenity and a great place for enjoying some quality family time. The park hosts an immensely popular Open Air Theatre. Those living in NW1 should also find Brown Hart Gardens, located over an electricity sub-station, an excellent place for relaxation.


As well as several buses, this northwest area of London is served by several tube and mainline railway stations, making all areas of the capital accessible to residents.

Universities and Colleges

The NW1 area is well served with universities and colleges. The most notable of these are University College London, the University of Westminster, the Royal Veterinary College, the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, Henley Management College and the British American College. Of these, the University of Westminster is particularly modern and prestigious.  Collectively, these educational establishments ensure a vibrant multi-cultural atmosphere and, according to NW1 letting agents, a buoyant rental market.


Primary schools in NW1 include Cavendish School, Christ Church CE School, International Community School, Netley Primary School, North Bridge House Prep School, Richard Cobden Primary School and St Aloysius Roman Catholic Junior School.

Notable secondary schools include the Maria Fidelis Roman Catholic Convent School FCJ, the St Marylebone CofE School and Regent High School.


The residents of NW1 are served by Camden Mews Day Hospital, Fitzroy Square Hospital, the Harley Street Clinic, University College Hospital and University College Hospital McMillan Cancer Centre. 


The NW1 area is renowned as the number one spot for indie kids and those in search of thrills. The Electric Ballroom, Koko and the Roundhouse cater almost exclusively for those seeking the optimum in music experience. Every year, the Camden Crawl transforms London and NW1 into a musical extravaganza, followed later by the annual Camden Fringe festival.

Some of the best bars, pubs and restaurants can be found in NW1. Some of the more popular establishments include the L' Albufera, All Bar One, Cocomomo, the Garden Café, the Queen’s Head & Artichoke Gastropub and the Swan & Edgar, although this is by no means the definite list. Indeed, with the close proximity of the west end, the entertainment and dining options are without limit.  

Governed by the London Boroughs of Camden and Westminster, the NW1 area covers multiple districts including Camden Town, Euston, Regent's Park and Somers Town as well as parts of Gospel Oak, Lisson Grove, Marylebone and Primrose Hill. The NW1 area borders the W1 area and, collectively, these two areas are home to some of the most sought-after and desirable property in London.

Throughout the NW1 area, from the urban tranquility of Marylebone and Regent’s Park to the hustle and bustle of the newly gentrified Camden Town, almost every type of architecture is represented. From Edwardian townhouses, desirable Victorian homes and impressive four-storey Georgian terraces to high and low-rise local authority blocks and ultra-modern new apartments, there is an NW1 property to suit just about every taste.

Properties in the area come highly recommended by NW1 estate agents as an ideal place to live. There is a consistently high demand for houses and NW1 apartments in virtually every corner of this salubrious part of London. Indeed, experts report that the range of NW1 houses for sale and to rent is amongst the most exclusive in a thriving market that shows no sign of abating.

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