Holland Park is unquestionably one of the most desirable locations for the wealthy and famous in London.
Chic, glamorous and exclusive, Holland Park has an internationally timeless appeal to buyers, especially those from the business and entertainment world.
There are lots of popular shopping destinations located around Holland Park such as High Street Kensington, Holland Park Avenue, the trendy Portobello Market, Westfield and Oxford Street.
Excellent schooling, upmarket boutiques, cafes, diverse restaurants and wine bars, impressive architecture and situated on the border of central London make it one of the most sought-after and expensive addresses in the country, let alone the capital.
At its heart is the 54 acres of parkland which makes up Holland Park, known for being London’s most peaceful park, just off Kensington High Street and Holland Park Avenue. The park boasts facilities for tennis, football, golfing and cricket practice. It also provides nature walks, where you will spot exotic animals such as Peacocks often seen wandering around. For both younger and older children, the park provides the famous adventure playground which is notoriously loved by children all across the capital. There is also a picturesque Japanese garden, named Kyoto Gardens that is inhabited by rare fish which add to its tranquil diversity. The park includes The Belvedere restaurant, The Holland Park Café and a world famous opera house.
Holland Park’s exclusive reputation was cemented in 2011 when it was revealed that the area is home to the most expensive street to live on in Britain, Holland Park Square.
Affluent city professionals, celebrities and the bourgeoisie are all attracted to this area.
Property hunters need to be in a strong financial position to afford to live in this area. Studio flats here alone can cost upwards of £400,000 (British Sterling)
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