Office Profile - Hampstead
Established in the heart of Hampstead Village, opposite the Northern Line Tube Station, our Hampstead branch provides bespoke property advice covering all aspects of specialist marketing, selling, buying, financing and sourcing residential property, from substantial and grand houses to penthouse apartments and studios. Our sales department is staffed by an experienced and friendly team of professionals offering an unrivalled and bespoke service. Our branch regularly arranges and advises clients of local and reliable surveyors, solicitors, movers/packers, builders and artisans, etc. Specialist financial advice, insurance and wealth management are all areas of expertise also at our disposal via our close links with specific professionals in those areas.The branch covers Belsize Park, Swiss Cottage, South Hampstead, West Hampstead, Chalk Farm, Kentish Town, Camden, Brondesbury, Mapesbury, along with the bordering of Primrose Hill, Hampstead Garden suburb and Golders Green with postcodes NW1, NW3, NW6, NW8, W1U, W2 and W9.
Hampstead & Belsize Park are more akin to villages than most London suburbs and are home to a range of artists, actors, writers, professionals, bankers & families, with old and new money giving the area a distinctly cosmopolitan air. This is mirrored by fine Georgian, Edwardian and Victorian property blended with cutting edge contemporary and dynamic architecture.The Hampstead area has a distinguished history, first rising in popularity in the 1600s when Hampstead Heath became a fashionable spa. Hampstead has historical associations with intellectuals, artists and literary figures. An 18th Century club known as The Kit-Kat Club met at the Upper Flask on East Heath Road during the summer, with members and visitors including Steele, Shelley, Pope and Keats, and Charles Dickens is said to have frequently visited Jack Straw's Castle. There is still a strong culture of the arts in the area, with theatres including the Everyman Theatre, New End, Hampstead Theatre and the Pentameters Theatre; and cultural spots including The Freud Museum, Keats House, Kenwood House, Fenton House, Burgh House, The Camden Arts Centre and the Jewish Centre.Transport to and from Hampstead: in addition to the Heath, varied architecture & excellent schools, Hampstead has excellent transport links via road to the M25 and M1. The area is served by numerous bus routes and rail links including the Northern, Jubilee and Metropolitan London Underground stations; Hampstead Heath and Finchley Road & Frognal Overground stations; and the newly opened West Hampstead Thameslink taking you directly to Luton Airport.Education in Hampstead: Hampstead offers some of the best schools in the country, with dozens of primary and secondary schools, as well as general and specialist colleges, with specialities in medicine, osteopathy, art, English and cuisine.
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