Belsize Park is extremely well situated in the capital, and if you are looking for an aera that bristles with creativity and laid-back vibes, this is an ideal place to consider. At Stones Residential, we are pleased to have connected so many buyers and vendors in Belsize Park, and we think the area has a great deal to offer, as you will see in our Belsize Park area guide.
Current house prices according to the leading UK property portals
According to Zoopla, as of September 2020, the average price paid for property in Belsize Park in the past 12 months is £1,452,161.
The Rightmove information for Belsize Park is as follows; “Properties in Belsize Park had an overall average price of £1,184,478 over the last year. The majority of sales in Belsize Park during the last year were flats, selling for an average price of £956,666. Terraced properties sold for an average of £1,862,000, with semi-detached properties fetching £3,419,583. Overall, sold prices in Belsize Park over the last year were 8% up on the previous year and 4% down on the 2017 peak of £1,232,989.”
Transport to, from and around Belsize Park
One of the key benefits of the central location of Belsize Park is it is possible to reach so many places on foot, or by bicycle. In these times, this is an important issue for many property buyers, so you will be pleased to know Belsize Parks allows for an environmentally friendly commute or connection.
However, you are also located on the Northern Line with Belsize Tube station. This is extremely useful as it connects you to the Euston/King’s Cross and St Pancras hub, opening up your travel options from home.
There is also the C11, the 168 and N5 night bus service, so when it comes to getting in, out and around Belsize Park, you have plenty of options at your disposal.
There are strong educational options in Belsize Park
Education is a crucial factor to consider when looking for a home in a new area. You will find there is a strong range of options for parents and families to consider in and close to Belsize Park.
Rosary Roman Catholic Primary School, Royal Free Hospital Children's School, The Village School, Hampstead Hill School, Fleet Primary School and St Christopher's School are all within easy walking distance from the heart of Belsize Park.
You can enjoy greenery and open spaces around Belsize Park
One of the more pressing buyer demands in recent times is to have open spaces and greenery close to home. This is an aspect of Belsize Park that appeals to property buyers. Antrim Grove Public Garden, Hampstead Green and the great expanse of Hampstead Heath are all found a short walk away from the heart of Belsize Park.
There is a strong social life in Belsize Park
North West London excels in café culture, and Belsize Park has a lot of leading restaurants, venues, cafes and bars to ensure you can catch up with friends at any time of day or evening. There is also The Everyman Cinema if you are in the mood for entertainment.
If you would like to arrange an appointment to help you negotiate the local housing market, please contact Stones Residential today by calling us on 020 7483 0685 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.