St Johns Wood, North West London
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About St Johns Wood
St John's Wood is a district of north-west London, in the City of Westminster. Once part of the Great Middlesex Forest, it was later owned by the Knights of St John of Jerusalem. St. Johnís Wood is a very affluent neighbourhood, ranked by Forbes magazine as the 5th most expensive postcode in London. The most premier road in the area, Avenue Road, has more than 10 large mansions and villas for sale. The most expensive has an asking price of £65 million. There are countless high-end eateries in the vicinity, along with trendy bars and exclusive boutiques. Plentiful amenities are available in the area, including banks, convenience stores, restaurants, coffee shops and parks, making this an ideal location in which to base a business.
Setting up your business here
There are many small and medium-sized businesses situated in St. Johnís Wood. These include law firms, media companies, solicitor offices, estate agent premises and PR companies. St. Johnís Wood is located in close proximity to Central London and the West End can be reached within 10 minutes on public transport. Networking opportunities with like-minded professionals are plentiful in the area. St. Johnís Wood has various serviced office spaces available, many of which come fully-furnished and provide clients with a range of services.
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Things to do in St Johns Wood
The Abbey Road Studio is situated in a nineteenth century stately building. Nearby is the worldís most famous zebra crossing, where the Beatles album cover for their ĎAbbey Roadí album was shot. Primrose Hill is a beautiful parkland area, which is next to Primrose Hill 'Village', a favourite hangout spot for many celebrities and personalities. Lords Cricket Ground is situated in the vicinity and is the home to Middlesex County Cricket Club and the MCC Library and museum are popular attractions for visitors and hold the Ashes Urn and Wisden Trophy. Countless fine-dining establishments adorn the local streets, as well as countless trendy bars peppering the area. Harry Morgan's, located on St Johnís Wood High Street, is famed for its superb salt beef and other kosher delicacies, and enjoys a buzz of atmosphere, being popular amongst locals. The Club at Market Place provides clubbers with prolific DJs and food and drink table service.
- Tube lines: St Johnís Wood Station, serving the Jubilee Line
- Mainline stations: London Marylebone Station
- Nearest motorways: M1
- Nearest airports: Heathrow
- Other: All major bus routes served nearby