Holland Park is one of the most sought after areas in London. With stunning architecture, great shops and restaurants, handy transport links, top schools and of course the beauty of the park, discover glamorous Holland Park in our property and area guide.
As you’d expect for such an exclusive area where you may count Simon Cowell and the Beckhams as neighbours, property in Holland Park can be expensive. It is best known for its white stucco fronted villas, some of which are still grand family houses while others have been converted into beautiful bright apartments boasting fabulous period features. Some houses open out onto wonderful communal gardens. Other property in the area includes rows of charming mews houses, portered mansion blocks and modern post-war houses.
The property for sale in Holland Park starts from £700,000 for a one-bedroom apartment, from £900,000 for two bedroom properties and from around £1,500,000 for 3 bedroom apartments. Family houses in the area can start from £1,750,000.
Rents in Holland Park are quite similar to those in Notting Hill with prices ranging from around £300 per week for a studio flat, £400 per week for a 1-bedroom flat and £500 per week for a two-bedroom flat. If you are looking for a family house in Holland Park these generally start from £3,500 per week however there are some beautiful grand houses in the area which rent from around £5,000 per week.
Holland Park is an exclusive enclave of west London boasting grand white stucco mansions, leafy avenues and upmarket boutiques. It is named after the wonderful historic park at its centre that spreads over 54 acres on the site where Holland House (originally Cope Castle), a Jacobean mansion used to stand.
Located between Kensington and Notting Hill, Holland Park benefits from being both serene with its open spaces and vibrant with its variety of grand property for sale, independent shops, restaurants and cafes. Holland Park has always been popular with celebrities, those in the entertainment industry and the international elite who seek its exclusive avenues, great schools and of course, the park.
Lettings Director Karina Piechowiak has this to say about the area:
“I love Holland Park because it’s beautifully green – lots of trees, wide streets, arguably the best park in London and a fabulously eclectic selection of independent boutiques, shops, bars and restaurants.”
Holland Park Council Tax and Permits
Holland Park is within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Details of council tax rates, parking permits and any other council related information can be found here.