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Serviced Office Space to Rent in Belsize Park

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Belsize Park is a fashionable district located in the north-west of London, known for its picturesque parks, exclusive restaurants and coffee culture.

The area benefits hugely from a range of popular vicinities: a short walk exposes panoramic city views from the top of Primrose Hill, as well as the elegance of Hampstead Heath and the vibrant atmosphere of Camden Town.

The architecture is also notable, as it helps make Belsize Park one of the most scenic settings in London. Some examples include the exquisite stucco-fronted Victorian buildings in Belsize Grove, as well as the English Baroque style embedded in Lyndhurst Gardens.


Setting up your business here

Sitting right next to the imposing Hampstead Heath and the youthful Camden Town, it’s no wonder Belsize Park is an equally affluent area. Its blend of history, unique aesthetic appeal, and convenient transport links attract a myriad of celebrities as well as visitors.

Transport also plays a key role in making Belsize Park a desirable area: A short journey of 10-20 min from the Belsize Park station takes commuters right into central London. Not only is the area home to the creative, media and legal industries, but many start-ups and medium-sized businesses have also recently flocked there, boosting Belsize Park’s entrepreneurial side.


Culture and Entertainment

Key areas of interest include the Freud Museum (Maresfield Gardens) – Sigmund Freud’s former family home, which is only a 15-20 min journey via public transport from Belsize Park’s tube station. The Roundhouse (Chalk Farm Road) is a much-loved music and performing arts venue in the surrounding area, hosting an eclectic mix of artists and acts, ranging from live music to circus and even cabaret.

There’s also contemporary art to behold: simply head to the Prince of Wales Road where you’ll find works from up-and-coming artists at the Zabludowicz Collection. Another excellent entertainment option is The Everyman Cinema, which is a classy alternative to the typical mainstream cinema experience.


Eating out

Besides the plethora of green spaces, during summer you can also soak up the sun while sampling some traditional Italian food at Artigiano, or sipping on an espresso at Ginger & White.

The area also offers a diverse range of cuisines – top picks include Paradise, a restaurant where you can indulge in Indian food, and the Greek-inspired dishes at Retsina on Belsize Road.

Kirby Miller

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Call: 0203 603 2576 or click to send me an email

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