Densely populated yet vibrant, the borough of Hammersmith is a renowned district of England located in the west of London. Combined by old fashioned pubs with high powered headquarters, leafy riverside retreats and magnificent venues, this thriving and popular riverside district offers residents the best of London.
It is a long, narrow borough running north to south with a river border at its south and south-west side. Excluding the city of London, it is the third smallest of the London Boroughs in terms of area, covering 1,640 hectares and with a population of 185,004 as per the current estimates of 2018.
With plenty of things to do and see, Property Auctions in Hammersmith can find you the best place to live.
The property price in Hammersmith ranges £210,000 - £3,325,000. While, the average property price in Hammersmith is £1,112,439 which is 80.3% above the London Average of £616,851.
Average sold price in Hammersmith has increased 1.28% over the last 1 year. The average rental price in Hammersmith is £747 per week which is 11.6% above the London average of £669 per week. Average flat price is £792,144 and the average house price is £1,378,571. Check all the properties for sale in Hammersmith.
The most famous venue in Hammersmith is the Hammersmith Apollo which has been entertaining the people of London since the 1930s. The Grade II listed concert hall is still going strong today, with a packed calendar full of musical performances and shows from world-famous comedians such as Michael McIntyre and Frankie Boyle.
If you're a history buff and love to explore, the calm and beautiful William Morris Society Museum inside the 26 Upper Mall showcases the work of famous Arts and Crafts artists William Morris. It's packed full of interesting textiles, archives, and a historic printing press.
Packed with sights and activities, Bishops Park is a beautiful patch of greenery to take a stroll down the riverside on a clear day. Despite excellent theatres and recreational sites, Hammersmith is home to the famous BBC Television centre, top three football teams: Chelsea F.C, Fulham F.C, and Queens Park Rangers F.C. Besides these, Hammersmith houses a number of blue-chip firms serving as headquarters to Cathay Pacific, L'Oréal, Sony, Virgin and Walt Disney. The city also has one of the highest concentrations of start-ups in the city.
Demand for Hammersmith property is already high, and set to accelerate as regeneration and population growth continue. Close to some of London's most fashionable districts such as Chiswick, Fulham and Kensington – but without the expensive property prices and with excellent transport links, Hammersmith makes an enviable location for property buyers and investors alike.
Already a media and technology hub, the area will soon establish as a global centre for bio-tech, digital and creative industry.
From the moment that you agree on a price with an estate agent, the property is then taken off the market for a period of 28 days when you have paid your reservation fee. This gives the buyer four weeks’ time to make arrangements before completing the purchase.
Without the need for lengthy checks and other red tape, we'll take care of everything through our registration process. If everything goes well, the handing over the keys gets simpler.