This corner of west London connects to a series of Thames-side ‘villages’, including Chiswick and Barnes, as well as being within quick access of Chelsea, Notting Hill and Knightsbridge.

Replete with parks, riverside walks, excellent restaurants and a buzzing, multicultural vibe, Queen's Wharf sits within one of the best-served transport hubs in the capital. Hammersmith offers four tube lines and direct access to the A4 artery heading west out of London. No wonder this charming section of the river continues to attract discerning residents looking for a toe in the city, as well as a toe in the water.

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Hammersmith Town combines the pleasures of a tranquil life on the river with a bustling city vibe. Best known for icons of culture, such as the Hammersmith Apollo, Riverside Studios and the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith also directly neighbours Fulham, placing Chelsea, Notting Hill and Knightsbridge within quick reach. 

As well as its own theatre and live music venues, it is home to some of London’s most notable pubs and restaurants, including The Dove - the oldest surviving riverside pub in London - and iconic The River Café. Cyclists and walkers enjoy easy access to the Thames Path, which connects Kingston and Richmond to the west and Southbank, Greenwich and as far as the Thames Barrier to the east. 

  • Hammersmith Apollo.
  • Lyric Theatre.
  • Riverside Studios Hammersmith.
  • Chiswick House.
  • The Thames Path

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Hammersmith is ideal for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits, be it cycling, jogging or strolling along the Thames Path, or learning to row at one of the local sailing clubs. On offer is also the most diverse and exciting range of sporting activity, be it polo at The Hurlingham Club, or tennis at the Queen’s Club and the All England Club at Wimbledon. 

  • Towpath for cycling.
  • Local parks.
  • Sailing & rowing clubs.
  • Polo at The Hurlingham.
  • Tennis at the Queen's Club. 


Sloane Square is just 13 minutes away by Underground, making it the ideal destination to spend the afternoon browsing along the King's Road. A short distance away is the retail mecca of Westfield Shopping Centre – the largest in Europe to have a city location with over 360 retail outlets. Hammersmith hosts its own farmer's market every Thursday offering fresh farm produce and delicious street food. Both Barnes and Chiswick are well served by independent, artisan shops and cafés.

  • Close to world-class shopping and Westfield, White City.
  • Farmer’s market every Thursday.
  • Many independent shops of nearby Barnes and Chiswick. 

Hammersmith has an enviable transport hub whether travelling by tube, bus, car – or even boat!

  • Four Underground lines.
  • Easy access to A4 (M4).
  • Fast service to Heathrow and Eurostar.
  • Excellent cycling routes along the river.

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