Arguably we are St John’s Woods’ most prominently located agent, with an imposing shop front amid the hustle and bustle by the High Street. BL&CO can lay claim to over 40 years of expertise in the local area, professing unequivocal local knowledge that allows us to give our vendors and landlords an advantage in an extremely competitive market place. Our decades of experience throughout the area and our long standing staff members validate our claims that we are the best placed agent to advise you on your next move, wherever that maybe. Our historic passion for the area is reflected in the quality of service we provide our clients, purchasers and tenants and the interest we take in our local community means there are few people we do not know!
Regents Park is a pleasure to have on our doorstep and is home to some unique residences which are admired around the world and sold by BL&CO. The surrounding areas of Maida Vale, Belsize Park and Primrose Hill are so fashionable nowadays that the variety and number of patrons dedicated to securing a home in the area is constantly increasing. St John’s Wood is ever becoming a more central part of town, yet preserves an exquisite village feel as it maintains small boutique shops and cafes, elite and exclusive restaurants and looks after its local businesses. Its proximity to central London, a Royal Park and vast array of housing opportunities are a combination with which the rest of London just cannot compete. With such opportunity and an adventurous market on our doorstep, we offer key market expertise across the board.
St John’s Wood is famous around the globe for being home to many historic places. Lords Cricket Ground is the world’s ‘home’ of cricket and attracts huge crowds for International matches and to the world's oldest sporting museum. Abbey Road studios, made its global name in the 1960’s when the Beatles and Pink Floyd recorded there and today sees a constant stream of tourists snapping their photo outside. The King's Troop, Royal Horse Artillery has a barracks in St John’s Wood and can often be seen parading with First World War era saluting guns.
Many celebrities reside in the neighbourhood, no doubt attracted to the leafy suburb by its central location and beautiful surroundings. The Nash Terraces and imposing Nash Villas are probably St John’s Wood’s most famous architecture. Also integral to the area are magnificent detached homes, of all ages and styles, as well as striking semi-detached and terraced houses, situated in some of the most well known, impressive and respected Avenues and Terraces. Many redbrick mansion blocks and period conversions line the wide streets, as well as more modern blocks and iconic new developments which have bought the neighbourhood into the 21st Century.
The Jubilee Underground Line connects St John’s Wood directly with Canary Wharf and easily to the City. However, many residents capitalise on the close proximity to the West End by walking through the park to absorb the beautiful local environment.