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Middlesex - Area Guide

Formerly located in Southeastern England, Middlesex is now extinct as a county. Due to the city’s rapid growth, a large portion of the land was absorbed into the city itself, while the rest was parceled out to neighboring towns. Situated in southeast England, Middlesex is a borough with a rich history. Its landmass is nearly entirely contained inside the Greater London Urban Area and the ceremonial county of Greater London, with just a few small outlying areas located in the other ceremonial counties surrounding London.

This defunct county features a wide range of property prices. Camden Town, Hampstead, and Chiswick are home to some of the most expensive and luxurious Edwardian, Georgian, and Victorian terraces and townhouses in the area, while Acton and other nearby neighborhoods offer more reasonable options for properties for sale in Middlesex.

Middlesex County and its surrounding areas are filled with stylish shops and exciting activities. Soho is London’s cultural and financial center, while neighboring Camden Town is known for its market.

There are also large areas of greenery nearby. Acres of gardens and woods can be found in local commons and recreation areas, and these are complemented by the royal parks and elegant residences that surround them. Properties for sale in Middlesex are full of magnificent mansions to choose from. For over four hundred years, the Duke of Northumberland has owned Syon Park. During the summer, visitors can explore the 100 acres of parkland and garden created by Capability Brown, as well as see the chambers and view the extensive art collection.

Visitors may check out Marble Hill, which is located in a park-like setting and features a stately interior as well as an early Georgian art collection on 66 acres. The Palladian mansion was commissioned by King George II to be constructed for his lover, Henrietta Howard, when he was still Prince of Wales.

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The West End neighborhood of Soho is the best bet for a night out on the town. The West End is home to around forty theaters, where audiences may see popular plays, comedies, and musicals. Soho is home to a number of fantastic theaters, including the Prince Edward Theatre and the Prince of Wales Theatre. Camden also features a variety of hip nightclubs and concert halls in Middlesex. Young and trendy people frequently hang out at the Jazz Café and The Camden Assembly.

John Nash is credited for the layout of Regent’s Park. The largest outdoor sports venue in the heart of London, it spans 395 acres. Queen Mary’s Rose Gardens, with over 400 species of roses, are also located there. Also, visit the London Zoo, home to 755 different animal species.

In recent years, Hendon’s home values have risen steadily, with the average home selling for more than the average London home. Growing demand has contributed to price increases in the region. Many one- and two-bedroom apartments are still available for sale at prices below £300,000, so first-time buyers can still find affordable places to settle down. On the other hand, it is not uncommon for some of Hendon’s most exclusive detached residences to fetch multimillion-dollar prices.

Edward Augustus Bowles, a gardener, artist, and botanist, developed the stone garden, rock garden, and alpine meadow that make up the eight acres of Myddelton House Gardens in Enfield, Middlesex. Some of London’s most popular shopping districts are located in Middlesex. Camden Market and the surrounding street culture are well known for their punk/alternative history, and they continue to be among the greatest sites to find rare vintage goods.

Additionally, Golders Green is well-known as a place to get a wide variety of international groceries and restaurants. There are grocery stores, butchers, and the ubiquitous Jewish bakeries to shop at.A wide variety of cuisines may be found in Soho’s restaurants. Local establishments range from the meatball-centric Balls & Company to the contemporary Asian fare of Bao and Kiln. The dishes at Bao are inspired by Taiwanese street food, and those at Kiln are a Thai take on the barbecue tradition.

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