'The Grand Union Canal in Maida Vale’s Little Venice is one of London’s most idyllic scenes.'
Famous for its tree lined streets, large properties and communal gardens, Maida Vale is probably most recognisable for its stuccoed terraces and large red brick mansions dating from the Victorian and Edwardian periods.
Nearby Little Venice is at the junction of Paddington Basin with Regent's Canal where houseboats create the area’s Regency style. The suitably named Regent’s Park is a wonderful outdoor space ideal for enjoying the open air theatre, cafes, wildlife gardens and the London Zoo. Sport’s fans will be pleased to know Lord’s cricket ground is located her. Maida Vale is so desirable are these iconic London homes that once people move in they often stay put.
- There is a selection of great dining restaurants, bars such as The Winery and The Canal Cafe Theatre puts on a wide variety of performances. Plus, the West End is only a short tube ride away.
- Both Maida Vale and Warwick Avenue Tube stations are on the Bakerloo Line in Zone 2. Paddington station is a few minutes away on the underground; you can arrive at Oxford Circus in 10 minutes and Waterloo in just 16 minutes.