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Hampstead Area Guide


Living in Hampstead will never be cheap, but, if you do have the budget to buy, the properties are very large, so there’s lots of space to enjoy if you do invest. Renting is also an option for anything from a relatively inexpensive small apartment, to luxury homes where prices seem to have no limit.

Celebrities, artists, writers and poets have called Hampstead home, taking advantage of its inspiring cobblestone streets and vast open spaces.

Hampstead has a real mix of property, and many are incredibly attractive to look at. Georgian houses, cottages and large Victorian houses make up the long and winding roads, along with huge mansion flats, luxury penthouses and Edwardian mansions all placed with a little seclusion, for their wealthy owners. 



Hampstead Tube station is on the Edgware branch of the Northern line with trains to the West End and the City. Hampstead Heath is on the Overground with trains to West Hampstead for the Jubilee line and Highbury & Islington for the Victoria line.

There are useful local commuter buses. The No 24 goes from South End Green to Trafalgar Square and Victoria; the No 46 goes from Hampstead High Street to King’s Cross, Holborn Viaduct and St Bartholomew’s Hospital; the No 168 goes from Haverstock Hill to Holborn and Waterloo, and the No 210 takes shoppers to Brent Cross.

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