This leafy area of London is Regent’s park, a neighbourhood that embodies London’s immense history and tradition. Made up of two circular areas, an inner and outer circle, and famously associated with the London Zoo which is smartly positioned over the northeast corner of Regents Park. The park itself carries an open-air theatre, ornate bandstand, superb boating lake and a huge mosque along with an 100- acre sports field. The residential area is situated in the north-western part of Central London and sits partly in the City of Westminster and London borough of Camden. Running along the northern side of the park is Regent’s Canal, which connects directly to the Grand Union (to the former London docks). Primrose hill straddles the north end of Regents Park, with fine views of Westminster and the City. The area is well-connected and premium, with homes that are famous for its architecture and neighbours that are equally well-known.