Edgware Road Property Guide
Situated in City of Westminster borough, Edgware Road's route originated as part of Roman Watling Street. The road extends 10 miles in an almost perfect straight line beginning at Marble Arch in the City of Westminster and heading north to Edgware in the London Borough of Barnet. It is the boundary of four London boroughs: Harrow and Brent to the west, and Barnet and Camden to the east.
Things to do
Hyde Park is one of London's marjor parks located right in the midst of Central London. Its entrance leads all the way from Kensington Palace right through Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, further leading to its corner and finally from Green Park (main entrance) to Buckingham Palace. Under the supervision of four Royal Parks – it is the largest park amongst all. In 2012, the park was honored to host the Triathlon and Marathon Swimming events for the London games.The opening and closing schedule for the park is 5 am – 12 am daily.
Little Venice is a transquil and picturesque water basin that serves as the point where the Grand Union and Regent’s Canals meet and can be found only a short walk from Edgware Road and Paddington. It offers visitors a wonderful selection of bars, pubs and cafés. It’s an appealing little place to take a stroll along for an hour or two before heading back into bustling Central London.
Oxford Street offers 1.5 miles of shopping amenities with over 90 flagship stores ranging from homeware, technology to fashion and beauty. It is considered the ultimate shopping paradise and a must for those looking to 'shop til you drop.'
Three Merchant Square offers enjoyable and free events all year round and has a unique bridge that transforms into a fan bridge every Wednesday and Friday at 12pm. Here you will also find a floating pocket park that is perfect for those summer days to invite friends or family for a picnic or to take a moment to enjoy the weather. You also have the option to hire a GoBoat where you can enjoy a unique adventure on the London canals. Be the captain of your own boat, chart your own adventure, and choose your own crew. For those looking to keep fit, you can visit Virgin Active Health Club for a day pass or join one of their available membership schemes. They cater to all things fitness from swimming pool, spa to antigravity yoga and ground breaking fitness classes.
Food and Drink
Food: For some delicious British cuisine, check out The Victoria, located on Streathearn Place or The Montagu located on Portman Square. For an authentic taste of India, head to Mahal on Edgware Road. If you're looking to enjoy an Italian cooked meal, why not try Stuzzico on Kendal Street. Those with a sweet tooth, visit Snowflake Gelato or Amorino both located on Edgware Road.
Drink: A few of the top rated places to grab a drink with friends, family or colleagues are GMT Bar, Seymour's Parlour and The Malt Lounge and Bar.
1.L'Ecole Bilingue Elementaire
2.Hampden Gurney CofE Primary School
3.Connaught House School
4.St Mary's Bryanston Square CofE School
5.Halcyon London International School
6.Marylebone Boys' School
Edgware Road is a London Underground station that provides access on the Circle, District and Hammersmith and City lines, located on the corner of Chapel Street and Cabbell Street, within Travelcard zone 1. A separate station of the same name but served by the Bakerloo line is located about 150 metres away on the opposite side of Marylebone Road. Paddington station is also nearby allowing easy and direct access to Heathrow via Heathrow Express. There are several bus routes that allow access all across London.