One of the historical London’s areas, the Mayfair zone is stretched between the boundaries of Piccadilly, Oxford Street, Park Lane and Regent Street. Inside the area, the Mayfair property is famous due the Grosvenor estate. The Mayfair properties it is a mixture of Victorian and Georgian terraced buildings, famous due its enriched architectural elements, with spacious and sun-filled apartments and modern buildings developed according planning certificate to mix in the architectural environment. Mayfair estate agents recommend the area for its real estate historical and cultural value. Lately the area turned into a commercial area, with office buildings converted from historic houses,  here having established its headquarters several major worldwide companies. Estate agents in Mayfair recognize the perfectly priced value of the Mayfair properties, thus the Mayfair lettings are among the highest worldwide. The panoramic view of the area discloses a charming image with Victorian, Georgian and modern buildings, wonderfully mixed in one of the highest London commercially zones. The area is well-known for its five star hotels, being one of the most popular zone preferred by tourists.

Sights & Attractions

Wellington Arch was built in 1830 and it is one of the local landmarks; the historical place where Queen Mother used to stay-Clarence House is now opened to visitors;  Royal Institution of Great Britain, Colnaghi Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts and Institute of Contemporary Arts-are the places where are held different art and cultural exhibitions, St James’s Church Piccadilly, St George’s Church Hanover Square and The Grosvenor Chapel is among the beautiful churches in London.

Squares & Gardens

Mayfair is rich in squares and gardens, its presence having a significant weight in evaluating a Mayfair property. Mayfair gardens as  Mount Street and Brown Hart Gardens are charming oases in the middle of a growing commercial area, with green patches and relaxing benches. Grosvenor, Hanover and Berkeley Squares are bordered by unique and authentic houses remains, monuments and statues, which is adorning the environment. Nearby the Piccadilly it is located the Green Park, established since 1554, being a 47 acre relaxing location, perfect for a family day out.

Universities & Colleges

London College of Fashion it is the place where students can learn who to tailor exclusive clothing, European School of Economics are settled the basic basis of economic, taught by prestigious economic doctors, while London Institute of Technology and English, Royal College of Nursing, Regent Academy of Fine Arts, United International College are other important superior educational institutions in the Mayfair area.

Schools

St. Georges Hanover Square C.E Primary School,Our Lady of Dolours RC Primary School, St Stephen’s C of E Primary School, St. Marylebone C of E Secondary School or St. Augustine’s C of E Secondary School are primary and secondary educational institutions located in the Mayfair area.

Hospitals

Nightingale Hospital, The Princess Grace Hospital, The Harley Street Clinic or Queen Anne Street Medical Centre is well prepared hospitals in the Mayfair area for any emergency.

Entertainment

Famous for its developed commercial zone, the Mayfair zone is rich in shopping and leisure places like Burlington Arcade; art lovers can visit and buy exhibits presented by art galleries based on the Bond Street. Eating/drinking places in the area are American Bar, Trader Vic’s, Coburg Bar, May Fair Kitchen, Seven Park Place by William Drabble, Brasserie Zedel, Cocoon or Vinoteca Marble Arch.

Well connected

Mayfair doesn’t have a direct connection to London Underground; nevertheless the nearby stations located on the Oxford Circus and Bond Street can easily be reached. The 24 hour bus operates in the Mayfair area (numbered with C2). There is a tube station located in the Mayfair, but it is inoperative since the Second World War. Therefore, all stations located in the proximity of the area can be used to reach Mayfair.

  • Wellington Arch
  • Royal Institution of Great Britain
  • Colnaghi Gallery
  • Royal Academy of Arts
  • Institute of Contemporary Arts
  • James’s Church Piccadilly
  • St George’s Church Hanover Square
  • The Grosvenor Chapel
  • Clarence House
  • Hauser & Wirth (Piccadilly)
  • Serpentine Boating Lake
  • Apsley House
  • Spencer House
  • Dartmouth House
  • Faraday’s Laboratory and Museum
  • Haunch Of Venison
  • Sadie Coles HQ Gallery
  • Frost & Reed Contemporary
  • Robert Sandelson Gallery
  • The London Palladium Theatre
  • Hamiltons Gallery
  • The Air Gallery
  • Berkeley Square
  • The Blake Centre
  • Browse & Darby

 

Schools

Primary Schools

  • St Vincent’s RC Primary School
  • St Peter’s Eaton Square CofE Primary School
  • St George’s Hanover Square CofE Primary School
  • Soho Parish CofE Primary School

Secondary Schools

  • Westminster City School
  • Halcyon London International School
  • The St Marylebone Church of England Bridge School

Colleges

  • Davies Laing and Dick College
  • Queen’s College London
  • West London College
  • Albemarle College
  • ForeignStudents.com Ltd
  • London Theatre School
  • King’s College London
  • Birkbeck, University of London
  • The Mayfair Medical Centre
  • Dr S Nazeer – The Mayfair Medical Centre
  • Mayfair Medical Centre
  • Mayfair Doctors
  • FUE Hair Transplant Group – Mayfair
  • Mayfair Practice
  • Lees Place Medical Centre
  • Osteopathic Consultancy
  • Victoria Medical Centre
  • Mayfair Specialist Nurses
  • Dr Masani

Underground Stations

  • Green Park
  • Hyde Park Corner
  • Bond Street
  • Oxford Circus
  • Piccadilly Circus

Train Stations

  • Victoria station
  • Charing Cross station
  • Marylebone station
  • Paddington station
  • Euston station

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