Few people haven’t heard of Hampstead or indeed of Hampstead Heath. Such an area of beauty within a city is hard to imagine yet due to its picturesque qualities Hampstead Heath has been used as a location in many films, including but not limited to Four Weddings and a Funeral (Hugh Grant) and even the much loved fantasy film, Labyrinth (featuring David Bowie). Renting in Hampstead or indeed buying not only gives you a beautiful setting, but its location means there is so much on your doorstep of interest to explore.
Positioned just south of the expanse of Hampstead Heath, Hampstead Village is Central London’s Village that boasts not only its closeness to the West End but is bursting with character including cobbled streets, windy back roads, characteristic houses, old pubs and high class shops.
Another plus point for anyone looking at renting in Hampstead is the strong transport links that it boasts. Hampstead has its own large bus terminal which has for many years serviced route twenty four which links Hampstead with the West End, Pimlico and Victoria. Two railway stations are located with the Hampstead area, these being Hampstead Heath Station and the Finchley Road and Frognal station. These connections alone make renting in Hampstead a great idea for commuters yet there are also a number of tube stations nearby which are the Hampstead, Belsize Park and Swiss Cottage lines.
Things To Do
Hampstead boasts many points of interest for local residents and visitors alike. Hampstead Heath for example is a large ancient London park which measures approximately 800 acres. This land is open for use to the public who enjoy walking, picnics, cycling, sports and a variety of social events within its borders.
Famous Places To Eat & Drink
Practicalities aside, Hampstead is a vibrant cultural centre, sporting a number of museums, theatres, cinemas and galleries which will impress time and time again. There are a great number of places to eat in and around Hampstead with cuisine that ranges from Thai to traditional English fare. Of course, as with any historical London town, Hampstead has a number of public houses, many of which have a story behind them. The well-known Spaniard’s Inn for example is known as the place within which Dick Turpin, the infamous highwayman hid from those that would capture him.
Clearly Hampstead ticks many boxes for those looking at property in the area. A perfect mix of modern and traditional, city convenience and green land which suits everyone, from the family to a student at the nearby university, renting in this area is something than many wish to do therefore they need to keep an eye on properties that come up as they rarely stay on the market long.
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