Situated between two of central London’s beautiful squares, Tavistock Square and Russell Square, Woburn Place is located in the heart of Bloomsbury.
The road is named after Woburn Abbey, the prime residence of the Duke of Bedford, which is located in Woburn in Bedfordshire. The road turns into Upper Woburn Place as you travel north until you reach Euston Road, where ahead of you will be Euston Railway Station. If you are traveling south, when you reach the corner of Russell Square, Woburn Place becomes Southampton Row.
You will find iconic hotels such as the Royal National Hotel which with 1630 rooms is central London’s largest hotel. Other commercial units on the street include Enterprise Rent a Car, Café Nero, an HSBC bank and also multiple Food and Wine Stores. All of these are really useful for the residents residing in the many residential developments above. Along the street you will also find a variety of restaurants and bars from all cultures including Chinese, traditional English Pubs and even Shisha bars.
One of the most iconic buildings on the road is Russell Court. Russell Court is a 1930’s built block of private flats that are hugely popular with both locals and overseas tenants alike. If you fancy visiting for a day you will be able to park in Woburn Place car park which is located next to Russell Court. You will also find student accommodation ‘unite’ nearby.
Although on Woburn Place you get the hustle and bustle of prime central London, Tavistock square which runs alongside Woburn Place is a quiet haven and can be enjoyed all year round.
Due to the beautiful gardens, fantastic transport links and the rich history of the area, properties both sell and rent very quickly on this street.
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