Hammersmith has seen a swathe of new developments in recent years, mainly to cater to its growing population of young professionals. One of the most exciting is the King Street Regeneration proposal to improve the area around the Town Hall.
Today Hammersmith’s property market caters to its population of families and young professionals, with a market dominated by two distinct property types. Streets of large period homes abound, while at the other end of the spectrum buyers can choose from flats of all kinds, including conversions, mansion flats and new builds.
Hammersmith offers residents entirely different experiences depending on which way you turn out of the tube station. There are shops of all kinds in the Broadway Centre, King’s Mall or along King Street. Culture is catered for at Riverside Studios or the Lyric Theatre, with a plethora of shows on offer all year round at the Hammersmith Apollo, alternatively enjoy a quiet drink down by the river at one of the waterside pubs. The pedestrian-only Hammersmith Bridge at night is one of London’s most beautiful bridges, and there are numerous restaurants serving cuisines from around the world if you head west along King Street.
Hammersmith is very well connected by Tube, with four different lines connecting through Hammersmith station. The District, Piccadilly, Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines all serve Hammersmith, meaning locals have easy access to all corners of London.