You might be initially attracted by the stunning views on offer from Primrose Hill itself, but there are many reasons people love living in this stylish and well-regarded part of London. You will see this, and a whole lot more, in our Primrose Hill 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 Primrose Hill in the past 12 months is £1,398,201.
The Rightmove information for Primrose Hill is as follows; “Properties in Primrose Hill had an overall average price of £1,515,076 over the last year. The majority of sales in Primrose Hill during the last year were flats, selling for an average price of £1,074,968. Terraced properties sold for an average of £2,559,494, with semi-detached properties fetching £2,168,500. Overall, sold prices in Primrose Hill over the last year were 22% down on the previous year and 16% down on the 2015 peak of £1,809,204.”
Transport to, from and around Primrose Hill
While there isn’t a tube station in Primrose Hill, you don’t need to walk too far to access Swiss Cottage or St John’s Wood, both of which are no more than half a mile from the heart of Primrose Hill. If you are looking for a main lain station, South Hampstead is a short walk.
When it comes to driving, the A41 Finchley Road is useful, quickly connecting you with the M1, the A1 and the North Circular.
There are strong educational options in Primrose Hill
The impact of schools on a local housing market is notable, and if you are looking at property in Primrose Hill, you can take confidence from the high standard of local schools.
Primrose Hill School, The Cavendish School, North Bridge House Prep School, Hawley Primary School, Haverstock School and Holy Trinity and Saint Silas CofE Primary School are all located a short walk from the centre of the local area.
Primrose Hill offers plenty of space and greenery
If you are looking for space, stunning views and a place to stroll or exercise, you cannot argue with the majesty of Primrose Hill. It is the sort of space where you can spend hours on a regular basis, and it is no surprise to learn many locals utilise this space for exercise and socialising.
You are also a short walk from Regent’s Park, so you have no shortage of options when it comes to enjoying greenery and open spaces when you live in Primrose Hill.
Primrose Hill allows you to socialise in style
It is not as if Primrose Hill is the largest area of London, but there is a strong social scene in the cafes, bars and restaurants. You might never become one of the “Primrose Hill set”, but that doesn’t mean you won’t fall in love with the vibrant social scene in this thrilling part of London.
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