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About Hampstead Rentals

Hampstead has always been and continues to be a high-end suburb area with prices of Hampstead rental properties with traditional English gardens ranging in one bedroom apartments to houses with 4-6 bedrooms. Though it’s remained a favorite postal code of the wealthy for a good reason; great shops, and restaurants, it still has old-fashioned merchants that have handed their trades down through the generations. This all adds to maintaining that small, exclusive feel of an English village. Hampstead is well known to have the largest concentration of millionaires anywhere in the London area. Hampstead rentals lay claim to a number of prestigious scenes like the intellectual, artistic, liberal, and literary areas of note. So you’ll see that poetry readings are a regular happening. Hampstead may be the only city that can boast that McDonalds closed for lack of business with this food-savvy bunch.

Hampstead rental of flats in the upscale area vary greatly, so having a sharp eye out is important in the Hampstead rental market. Hampstead flats for a one bedroom can be found in the modern new build of places like Alfred Court. You can also find duplex flats of up to 3 bedrooms in this market. Saturdays are a treat in Hampstead beginning with the morning at the Hampstead Community Market on Hampstead High Street with wide arrays of fish and meats, vegetables and fruits and a selection of organics it’s a home chef wonderland. Saturday evenings in summer feature open air concerts on the hills below Kenwood House.

Hampstead rental property prices do vary in the area and can be up to 35% higher than an average London rental, but expect to pay a bit more for a 2 bedroom Hampstead flat rental. Naturally, the larger the Hampstead rental the higher the cost, and there are a lot of 3 bedroom flats in the Hampstead rental market to be had. But with that higher Hampstead rental price you are located within walking radius to Trafalgar Square and Hampstead Heath green space, one of the most renowned wildlife refuge areas.

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Hampstead Shops, Restaurants’, Pubs and Clubs,

As far as the most famous of Hampstead village’s shops it must be The Hampstead Butcher & Providore, selling only free range poultry, ethically reared meats, grocery, wine and a wide selection of cheeses. The “Flask Walk” is a famed staggering street walk from Hampstead High Street through to the Back Lane. This is a great representation of the hip and exclusive upmarket that makes the place a desirable community. With plenty of participation from its residents, its community sense is palpable.

The Old Bull & Bush, The Holly Bush, The Old White Bear, and The Spaniard’s Inn covers most of the area’s best pub spots. For restaurants, there is a plethora near Hampstead rentals to choose from. Villa Biance, Patara, and Tip Top Thai that offers some of the best Thai food the area seems to like. Always doing well is the French traditional type fare at La Gaffe. But not to be missed are the views from Parliament Hill of the London Skyline.

Parks

There’s just one park that those interested in Hampstead rental properties flock to and it’s Hampstead Heath. A massive, almost 800-acre woodland and open parkland, it is home to many of the London wildlife that still exists within the City limits. There are three swimming ponds, one for each sex and another for “mixed” bathing. There are track and field and official running surfaces, a zoo, a Lido, and many wide-ranging spots for kids to play.

Transportation

Hampstead Heath Bus Station is the largest around and the Overground runs through Hampstead Heath, West Hampstead, and South Hampstead. With one Hampstead proper Tube Station, it’s within walking distance to other area Tube stations, West Hampstead, Belsize Park, Finchley Road and Swiss Cottage. A National Rail station is located in West Hampstead.