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Baker Street Area Guide



Synonymous with the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, who lived at 221B Baker Street, runs north from Regents Park, across the Marylebone Road and south to London’s West End, where stores such as Selfridges can be found on Oxford Street, with Regent Street & Bond Street also offering a glittering array of shops, restaurants and art galleries.

Westminster University, The London Business School, Regents University, The Royal Academy of Music, amongst others are internationally known for the quality of their education and tuition and students from all around the world chose to study here and rent or even buy apartments close by.

We Say….

Baker Street is one of the most convenient places to live in London, with easy access to the underground station and mainline station at Marylebone, numerous bus routes and of course Regents Park. Everything is close by or just a short walk away. People are friendly and once they live here they find it very hard to leave!!! It has also been our home for over 40 years so we know the area inside out, so if you are looking to move to the area we are the Agents to go to..

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