This boutique scheme by world-renowned property developer Almacantar is located in one of London’s most idyllic areas, nestled between some of the city’s most desirable villages: Maida Vale, St John’s Wood, Primrose Hill and Little Venice.
The beautifully tranquil development is just a stone’s throw from Regent’s Canal.
Sir Terry Farrell, a local resident, felt a strong connection with this scheme and its central location, moments from prime central London.
Lyons Place is equidistant from Hyde Park and Regents Park, offering large open spaces with tree-lined pathways, children’s playgrounds, sports facilities and formal gardens. Closer to home, Paddington Recreation Ground or Rembrandt Gardens offer great spots for fitness, dog walking and picnics. The canal offers water activities such as kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding.
Lords Cricket Ground is less than 10 minutes’ walk away. Also within walking distance is global music icon, Abbey Road Studios, the most famous recording studio in the world.
A broad selection of coffee shops, canal-side cafés, delis, restaurants and markets are within walking distance of Lyons Place; including Baker & Spice, The Summerhouse, Clifton Nurseries, Raoul's Restaurant and D1 Coffee.
London is globally recognised as a top destination for education at all levels. At Lyons Place, residents will benefit from outstanding schools locally, and close to some of the world’s most renowned universities.
Lyons Place is located perfectly for access to all Prime Central London shopping districts such Mayfair, Marylebone and St John’s Wood.
From 2021, the Elizabeth Line (also known as Crossrail) will service nearby Paddington Station. This new line will cut journey times across London, easing congestion and providing better connections to Heathrow Airport, shopping and theatre in Tottenham Court Road, the City, Canary Wharf, and beyond.
Paddington Station is a 12 minute walk from Lyons Place.
Lyons Place is ideally situated less than 12 minutes’ walk from five tube stations, with direct access to the Bakerloo, District, Circle, and Hammersmith & City lines.
All journey times indicated are from Edgware Road Station.
"The antique market houses more than 200 permanent stall holders, spread over five floors. I’d say 60 per cent of the antique dealers have been here 10 to 15 years. A couple have been here since the very beginning and are still going strong. But on the flipside, 30 percent are new dealers, there’s a waiting list and always plenty of enquiries."
"I chose this area for the community atmosphere and central location. The majority of my customers are regulars, who shop organically every week. We love the community feel here."
"We love this area of London, you are so close to the canal, Little Venice and Regents Park, it’s so pretty here. Everyone has been very welcoming, both customers and other local businesses."
“I like the village vibe, it doesn’t feel like you’re in London, but everything is so easily accessible. So many different types of people come into the shop, it’s quite a unique place, local faces pop in for their weekly wine, people hop off their house boats to grab something to go with dinner.”
"It’s quiet and beautiful and everyone is extremely friendly, all of the residents are so nice. There is everything you need right here on your doorstep."