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Erskine Road – Primrose Hill Boutique


700 sqft


Bar & Restaurant


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A Little About This Space

This little residential street is right across from Regent’s Park Road, Primrose Hill’s main exclusive shopping street full of high-end restaurants, gastropubs, cafes and independent boutiques for affluent residents and local celebrities. A former salon with two separate treatment rooms at the back, this boutique space for rent can be transformed into a traditional retail space.


Londoners across the city know Primrose Hill as one of the most iconic places for views of London, and like to visit before or after visiting one of the surrounding restaurants in the evenings and weekends. Chez Long opposite, and Manna, one of the UK’s original vegetarian restaurants two doors down are both particular hotspots. You may get the occasional tourist coming to and from the park on weekends, too. Affluent ladies-of-leisure, families, writers, artists and local celebrities use Regent’s Park Road, as a place to meet, eat and shop.


On the corner, North London's most popular family-run Greek restaurant, Lemonia, connects Erskine Road with the exclusive restaurants, cafés and boutiques like Spice London and Space NK along the famous Regent's Park Road. Part of a handsome Georgian terrace, you're directly surrounded by a high-end womenswear boutique named Press of Primrose Hill, and opposite is a grade-II listed former piano factory which is now home to a new set of flats.


  • Lighting
  • Heating
  • Toilets
  • Stock room

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Rules of The Space

Tenants may not drill in the walls.

Excessive underfloor heating usage will result in a surcharge set on a monthly basis by the landlord.

Home Truths

The current set up is quite specific for a beauty salon, but the Landlord is happy for it to be transformed into a traditional retail space.


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