Featuring some of the best homes the city has to offer, Holland Park’s gorgeous stuccoed terraces, listed buildings, detached and semi-detached Victorian townhouses ensure the area retains its quintessential English garden feel. Holland Park has a range of impressive architecture which mirrors its smart image. The properties range from Grade II listed Stucco fronted buildings, charming mews houses, cottages, mansion blocks and modern post-war infill houses.
Glamorous, chic and exclusive, Holland Park has a timeless old English appeal to buyers especially those from the entertainment and business world. At its heart is the 54 acres of parkland which makes up Holland Park, widely known as London’s most romantic park, ideal for active couples often seen running through the beautiful grounds and dog lovers alike. Superb schooling, upmarket boutiques, cafes and wine bars, impressive architecture and on the cusp of central London makes it one of the most sought after and expensive addresses in the capital.
Holland Park has plenty to offer residents and culture connoisseurs such as the renowned Kyoto Garden and Holland Park Theatre which also features a plethora of literary and dramatic works.
Popular shopping destinations located in surrounding areas such as High Street Kensington, Notting Hill, Holland Park Avenue, Portobello Road and the irrepressible Westbourne Grove are also within walking distance. There are also several fine dining establishments in the area and nearby Kensington Church Street and Notting Hill is just a stones-throw away.
Holland Park School, Norland Place Prep School and Avondale Park Primary School all rank highly with Ofsted and with its centralised location, families have an excellent selection to choose from in the area, which specialise in various programmes for all ages.
The Holland Park Ecology Centre, offers environmental education programs including nature walks, talks, programs for schools and outdoor activity programs for children.