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Belsize Park Area Guide

Introduction to
Belsize Park, London

Belsize Park, North London Area Guide by Goldschmidt & Howland, Leading Estate Agent and Letting Agent Since 1888.

 

Belsize Park is located between Hampstead Village and bustling Camden Town. Predominantly made up of wide tree-lined streets that house a selection of property types, Here you can experience the perfect combination of busy city-life with local beauty spots such as Primrose Hill and Hampstead Heath, You are never far away from a breath of fresh air. 

Transport in Belsize Park

Belsize Park is located in Zone 2 of the London Underground network. From Belsize Park Train Station you can get a direct train to Edgware, Charing Cross, Bank, Morden and Kennington. The N5 bus offers a 24 hour service to Oxford Circus and the C11, 24, 46, 168 and 268 all offer services that go directly through Belsize Park.  

For live London Underground departures from Belsize Park Train Station click here.

For local bus routes from Belsize Park please click here.

Schools and Education in Belsize Park

Belsize Park is in the catchment area for a number of reputable schools, both primary and secondary. Belsize Park also offers a combination of state education and private schooling.

Primary Schools

Secondary Schools


Property in Belsize Park

From detached ambassadorial residences in Strathray Gardens and Eton Avenue, imposing stucco fronted villas on Belsize Park Gardens and modern and Art Deco styled apartment blocks on Haverstock Hill, there is a great selection of apartments and family homes in the area.  

Council Tax Bands for Belsize Park

Council Tax Annual Rates for the London Borough of Camden 2018/2019

A £992.00
B £1,158.00
C £1,323.00
D £1,489.00
E £1,820.00
F £2,150.00
G £2,481.00
H £2,977.00

(Source London Borough of Camden)

 

And now for a bit of History on Belsize Park

‘Belsize,’ deriving from the French ‘Bel-Assis’ (meaning ‘well-situated’), dates back to 1317, taking its name from the manor and parkland built by Daniel O’Neill for his wife, the Countess of Chesterfield. After WW1, construction increased within the area, particularly apartment blocks, alongside retail units and schools, which laid the foundations to the area which is now so well-known.  During WW2, a large air-raid shelter was built underground, the entrance of which is still visible near the tube station at Downside Crescent.