For Sale

Elgood House, St John's Wood London NW8


Property Composition

  • Flat
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 1 Reception Rooms

Property Features

  • Chain Free
  • Prestigious Location
  • 3 Mins Walk to St John's Wood Station, 4 mins to High Street
  • 1st Floor
  • Super Bright, Spacious & Airy
  • Dual Aspect Reception Room
  • 2 Double Bedroom
  • Ample Storage
  • Double Glazed Wide Windows
  • Laminate Flooring

Property Description

Ref/JD0093- Chain Free & Incredible Location / A wonderful, super bright and spacious, 2-bed apartment, set on the first floor of this sought-after purpose-built development with lift. Located conveniently on one of the most prestigious roads of NW8, the apartment is a stone's throw away from local shops and amenities and 3 mins walking distance from St John’s Wood Underground Station (Jubilee line), 4 mins to High Street with attractive boutiques. Perfect for first-time buyers, professionals, people who are downsizing and would like to live in this incredible location at the doorstep of world-famous Lord’s Cricket Ground, Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill Park.

The property enjoys plenty of sun with south-facing windows in every room. Especially the reception room is glowing with the daylight pouring in from the dual-aspect windows.

The layout further comprises, a wide welcoming hallway with ample storage, 2 double bedrooms with wall-to-wall bespoke wardrobes and wide windows, a lovely fully fitted kitchen, and a fully tiled family bathroom.

The apartment also benefits from double glazed windows throughout, laminate flooring and a phone entry system. Definitely, one not to be missed!

About Elgood House & Location

Elgood House is a well- looked after and smart 1950s purpose-built apartment building. It is popular with its proximity to the shops and amenities of St John's Wood.

From Elgood House, it’s a brisk, beautiful walk into town, or just two Tube stops into Bond Street. Although just moments from the West End, at weekends there is little reason to leave this delightful enclave, with bars and restaurants. Picturesque Little Venice along the canal to the west, the stunning rose gardens and outdoor sports areas of Regent’s Park on its doorstep, and gorgeous views from Primrose Hill for those undaunted by the climb.

About St John's Wood

St John's Wood is one of London's most desirable residential neighbourhoods, known as an affluent district due to its grand villas and picturesque, tree-lined streets. It's handy for all the attractions of Regent's Park and just a short hop from central London, it’s a neighbourhood professionals flock to. It is also known to ex-pats as the home of the American School in London and the French Lycée.

Young professionals who start London life here can rarely be persuaded to leave: once drawn by its bars and busy high street, later in life they stay for the good schools and strong community, and the area’s village-like feel is protected by the St John's Wood Society.

The area is best known for:

- Lord’s Cricket Ground is home to Marylebone Cricket Club and Middlesex CCC and is a regular international test cricket venue. 

- Abbey Road Studios which is well known for its association with the Beatles. 


Tube: St John’s Wood underground station in Zone 2 is on the Jubilee Line and links with Bond Street in just 5 minutes. Nearby South Hampstead station is on the well-connected Overground line.

Rail: Overland services from nearby Paddington and Marylebone stations provide links with Heathrow, Birmingham, Bristol, the West Country and Wales.

Bus: There are several local bus routes connecting in all directions, including the 13 (to Victoria), the 113 (to Oxford Street), the 46 (to Farringdon), the 139 (to Waterloo) and the 274 (to Islington). There are also two night buses – the N13 and the N113.

Green spaces

Stroll to the top of Primrose Hill and take in the dramatic views of London. It’s a favourite celebrity haunt in summer, so keep your eyes peeled for Jamie and Jools Oliver, Daniel Craig and Harry Styles.

Nearby Regent's Park boasts 410 acres of beautiful green space, with the largest outdoor sports centre in Central London, boating lakes and stunning rose gardens. A disused graveyard, St John's Wood Church Grounds is the only Local Nature Reserve in the City of Westminster. The attractive park regularly wins prizes and has received the Green Flag Award for excellent green spaces since 2004. Facilities include a playground, formal gardens and a wildlife area.

Local amenities 

· Home to over 12,000 animals, London Zoo opened in 1828 and is the world’s oldest scientific zoo.

· St John’s Wood is also home to the world-renowned, Lord's Cricket Ground. This historic English landmark host matches from county sides to international tests. Tours of the grounds are held daily.

· St John's Wood High Street has pay and display parking along the street, and an excellent range of unique and more familiar shops, with a special emphasis on family.

· The St John's Wood Library has two monthly books clubs, one specifically for crime fiction fans.

· There are great local markets and delis abound. Panzer's Deli perfectly serves the needs of international residents, stocking foods from all over the world.

· For those St John’s Wood families too busy to pop to the shops, the butcher Kent & Sons will deliver any order placed before 11 am by 1 pm on the same day.

Going out 

Pubs and restaurants: Whether locals are looking for a cosy fireplace, or a glass of wine and some tasty treats, St John’s Wood has an array of pubs and gastropubs to suit every taste. The Duke of York is warm and welcoming with a bar and casual dining area usually full of well-heeled locals. Just a stone’s throw from the West End and Soho, residents don’t need to leave St John’s Wood for an excellent night out. Oslo Court on Charlbert Street and The Ivy Cafe on St John's Wood High Street are reliable and always busy. Soutine, a Parisian cafe and restaurant is also an excellent option.

Wine tasting: The Winery on nearby Clifton Road in Little Venice is one of west London’s best independent wine shops and hosts regular tastings for locals.


As a destination for families and students alike, St Johns Wood has strong ties in education with a number of universities close by. There are many good primary schools to choose from, as well as two well-regarded state secondaries. Arnold House, Abercorn Place, St Christina's, St john's Wood Pre-prep and Francis Holland are further options for those interested in private education. The American School and the French Lycee both offer alternatives to the traditional British education system.


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