AREA GUIDE


FROM THE COSMOPOLITAN AND BUZZING TO THE PICTURESQUE AND GENTLE PACED,    BROOK GREEN, HAMMERSMITH, BRACKENBURY AND SHEPHERDS BUSH OFFER SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE IN WEST LONDON.

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London has many unique and diverse areas within it, but the four compass points of London: north, south, east and west, also each have their own distinctive vibe. West London, beginning to the west of Marble Arch and sweeping out, offers its residents the full package.

The busiest, most vibrant streets and neighbourhoods border beautiful green spaces. Transport links and accessibility to outer London are an exceptional feature as are places of interest, Royal Parks, historical buildings, museums, theatres, cinemas, shopping centres, markets, sports facilities, renowned restaurants and gastro pubs. The River Thames winds through London leading out to Oxford and beyond.

Neighbourhoods range from the urban and edgy to the quiet and village-like, at times the two distinct communities living next to each other. Properties range from newly built houses and flats to large Victorian houses and conversion flats.

West London also has some of the best schools, both private and state, in the country which attracts a variety of multicultural and multilingual communities. Once you have lived in West London, it’s difficult to live anyway else in the capital.