Baker Street was made famous by the Sherlock Homes character, created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and attracts countless tourists. 221B Baker Street, the London address in which Sherlock Homes resided, actually did not exist at the time the novel was written. The Sherlock Holmes museum was later opened on 237 and 241 Baker Street, and a plaque standing for 221B was installed.
The area around Baker street station is part of Marylebone. It is situated south of the popular residential area of St John's Wood and just a few steps away from Regents Park. The area features mostly apartments in portered developments and Victorian buildings and you will have many shops, boutiques, grocery stores, trendy cafes and restaurants at your doorstep.
Flats and other properties in Baker Street are significantly above average but you will benefit from convenient transportation links around the city, great neighbourhood and the green areas from Regents Park.
Borough: London borough of Westminster
Nearest underground station: Baker Street (Jubilee, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Circle lines)