Outdoor space is something of scarcity for central London properties which is why the city’s picturesque garden squares are a rare and coveted commodity. In Bayswater, the handsomely landscaped Prince’s Square is headed for sale with Savills.
Prince’s Square dates from 1856 when it was established as a pair with nearby Leinster Square. The landscaping of the space has evolved in the subsequent 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 paths, seating and a children’s play area.
Wondering who would buy a garden square?
Luke Hawkesbury, Savills development director said: ‘We expect interest from a wide range of sources, but in particular from local stakeholders, who don’t have access to outside space and where this type of exceptional amenity will enhance either a business or indeed a lifestyle.’
Details, including the sales price, are TBA. See Savills for more.