Top 3 properties for sale in St John’s Wood

Abbey road

Abbey road - Credit: Archant

St John’s Wood has built up considerably since the middle of the 19th century when developers set out to tackle high-density housing with a mix of well laid-out semi-detached and detached villas, early Victorian terraces and grand Regency style properties.

Abbey Road, NW8

Abbey Road, NW8 - Credit: Archant

Nowadays, the majority of St John’s Wood residents are to be found in an abundance of stylish purpose-built apartment blocks around Circus Road and the tourist thoroughfare near Abbey Road’s zebra crossing, which appears on the Beatles’ 1969 ‘Abbey Road’ album cover.

Embassy Court, Wellington Road, £3,250,000

Embassy Court

Embassy Court - Credit: Archant

A two-bedroom flat on the first floor of the Embassy Court apartment block. This well appointed property benefits from a private west-facing balcony, ensuite master suite and high specification fittings throughout.

The property is situated just moments from the amenities of St John’s Wood High Street.

Goldschmidt & Howland

Church conversion, Abbey Road, £2,200,000

Abbey Road, NW8

Abbey Road, NW8 - Credit: Archant

This stylish three-bedroom three bathroom penthouse is located in a beautifully restored grade II listed Baptist church conversion opposite the famous Abbey Wood studios.

The duplex apartment boasts an en-suite master bedroom, double reception with a mezzanine lounge and proximity to St.John’s Wood tube station.

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Hamilton Terrace, £10,950,000

back garden hamilton terrace

back garden hamilton terrace - Credit: Archant

A spacious six-bedroom, semi-detached home in sought-after Hamilton Terrace.

This well appointed family home boasts a large landscaped garden, staff quarters, a gymnasium and a double garage. The property is also within convenient walking distance of St.John’s Wood underground and Little Venice.


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