Uncommon Backyard Sq. in central London is on the market


Outdoor space is a dearth for properties in central London, making the city’s picturesque garden squares a rare and coveted commodity. In Bayswater the beautifully landscaped Prince’s Square with Savills is for sale.

Prince’s Square dates back to 1856 when it was built along with nearby Leinster Square. The landscaping of the space has evolved over the ensuing 150 years, but the London plane trees are original and the garden has a lush lawn, perennial flower beds, a central flower bed, as well as pathways, seating and a children’s play area.

Photography: Westminster City Archives

Wondering who would buy a garden spot?

Luke Hawkesbury, Development Director at Savills, said: “We expect interest from a variety of sources but particularly from local stakeholders who do not have access to outdoor spaces and where these types of exceptional amenities will either enhance a business or even a lifestyle. ‘

Details, including selling price, are TBA. See Savills for more.

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