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The local area guide to living in Hyde Park

This much-loved London Park is one of the world’s most famous, and covers a huge 350 acres. Sat in the heart of London, it promises peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of city life. It’s full of nature and fantastic amenities, including restaurants, tennis courts, a lido, and a children’s playground. It’s also home to a number of festivals and events each year. From the huge Barclaycard British Summer Time music event, to the enchanting Winter Wonderland which transforms the Park for the season, there’s plenty to see and do here.

The area around Hyde Park is just as beautiful – and one of the nicest in London. Of course, as one of the Royal Parks, you wouldn’t expect anything less. Featuring stunning townhouses and period buildings, you’re sure to reside in a place that’s full of character. For buyers or renters looking for something more modern, there is also a selection of newer apartments on the Hyde Park Estate.

Information about the local residents

Hyde Park sits within the Westminster area and had a population of just under 12,500 at the time of the 2011 census. Almost a third of the population were aged between 30-44, with another 60% of the population being made up of persons aged 25-29 and 45-59.

As expected in an affluent area of London like Hyde Park, more than half the residents are educated to degree level and hold high profile jobs. The area also has the largest Arabian population in London. With the location of Hyde Park in mind, it’s no surprise that property prices in the area are high too. In fact, some apartments have been put on the market for as much as 135 million pounds.

Nearby schools

If you’re looking for good primary schools in London, you couldn’t settle in a better area. There are a number of fantastic schools around, including the Sunday Times’ number one primary school in the UK – Hampden Gurney Church of England Primary School. Other good schools, the majority of which are independent, include Wetherby Preparatory School, Connaught House School, and St Vincent's Catholic Primary School.

For those aged 11 plus, options include Davies Laing and Dick College, Portland Place School, and Queen’s College, among others. Sylvia Young Theatre School also sits nearby for those children gifted in the arts.

Further education is available at one of the two colleges in the region and a number of good universities can be found in London - two of the nearest being The University of London and University of Westminster.

Getting around

With its central location, getting around London couldn’t be easier. There are five London Underground stations located in the Hyde Park area – so, wherever you live, you’re sure to find one a few minutes’ walk away. The underground stations include Hyde Park Corner, Knightsbridge, Queensway, Lancaster Gate, and Marble Arch. All stations offer good routes around London and to national train services.

Alternatives to the London Underground include bus transport, which is frequent and efficient. Cycle routes are also readily available in the area. For air travel, the London airports are all within easy reach by train or by car.

Local shops

You can pick up all your day-to-day essentials at one of the many grocery stores dotted around the park. These include Sainsbury’s and Waitrose, although the Whole Foods Market in Kensington isn’t too far away either.

While the area is known for its outdoor pursuits, cafes, bars and restaurants, there aren’t many shops in the Hyde Park area itself. Although, department stores, including Harrods and Harvey Nichols, are just a short walk away in Knightsbridge, along with other popular retail stores like H&M. Kensington High Street, home to yet more high street retailers, is also nearby. Alternatively, you could head to the premium shopping areas of Westbourne Grove and Connaught Village, to make some extra special purchases.

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All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.