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Our properties in London’s highly desirable W6 area of Hamlet Gardens offer residents the chance to live in historic Victorian buildings that have been lovingly restored with impeccable attention to detail.

Nestled in the Westcroft Conservation Square – a stone’s throw from Ravenscourt Park – the Hamlet Gardens mansion blocks were built over a century ago, between 1898 and 1903. The striking red brick houses line the east side of Hamlet Gardens running south to King Street, featuring indented entrance courts and stone dressings complimented by ornamental gables and balconies. In short, the building is brimming with character and townscape value.

The interiors, too, retain original details that speak to the building’s heritage. Approaching the entrance via one of the building’s pristine red and off-black chequered pathways, residents stepping inside the mansions are greeted with intricate, relief-patterned tiling that leads them up the staircase to their properties.

While taking care to preserve the period detailing that comprises Hamlet Garden’s surface appeal, the building is administered in a thoroughly modern way geared towards maximising our residents’ comfort and convenience. Security staff are present  throughout the day and tenants are further protected by discreet use of CCTV cameras.

All of our properties are serviced by a dedicated, on-site building manager, and in Hamlet Gardens’ case it is Mark Shack; it’s his job to ensure the day-to-day running of the property goes as smoothly as possible.

“My favourite part of the job is meeting new people,” says Mark. “My team and I here cater to our residents in any way that will make their stay with us a fully relaxing experience – whether that means letting an Ocado delivery into the building, securing exclusive deals in their favourite restaurants and gyms or simply looking after a parcel that couldn’t be delivered. When it comes to maintenance issues I am the first point of contact. Residents can contact me via a dedicated email address, a quick WhatsApp message, a phone call or simply popping into the on-site office.”

As ever, we have sought to combine a high-end, distinctive property with exceptional quality on-site service and deeply considered interior design within the flats themselves.

You can take a look at availability of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom properties in Hamlet Gardens here.


The local area


Ravenscourt Park

A flagship park of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and winner of a 2016/2017 Green Flag Award for outstanding recreational outdoor spaces, Ravenscourt Park’s twenty-plus acres are a beauty to behold all year round – from the cherry blossom in spring to the serene landscapes of a snowy winter.

Hamlet Gardens is situated opposite the park (with some flats offering direct views), so tenants are never more than a few moments from a relaxing stroll or the park’s myriad facilities, including tennis and basketball courts, football pitches, a bowling green and a cafe.



The London Corinthian Sailing Club was established in 1894 by a group of sailing enthusiasts who launched their boats from the Bell Steps next to the nearby (and Grade II-listed) Black Lion pub.

Today, the beautifully refurbished Georgian building Linden House (pictured above) is their clubhouse. Overlooking the Thames (of course), the club is highly active in carrying out dinghy races on the river, as well as facilitating yachting expeditions further afield in Continental Europe, Asia and the Caribbean.



There are a number of historically significant and gorgeously-appointed pubs in the immediate vicinity (within 10 minutes walking distance) of Hamlet Gardens.

The Dove is an 18th century, Grade II-listed pub that looks out onto the Thames. King Charles is said to have wined and dined his mistress Nell Gwyn here, and it’s rumoured to have been where James Thompson wrote the lyrics for the rousing British classic Rule Britannia!

The front bar features in the Guinness Book of Records as the smallest public bar in the UK, and the beer garden offers spectacular views of London’s famous river.

The Old Ship is another 18th century Thameside pub dating back to at least 1722, with an expansive outdoor seating area for the summer months and a cosy indoors spread over two floors – each featuring a fireplace – for when a chill breeze blows across the river.

The Cross Keys is a spacious open-plan pub with wood panelling and gorgeous, vaulted ceilings on the Black Lion Road, less than 5 minutes from Hamlet Gardens.



Toro Gordo’s lush, exotic interiors are the perfect match for its creatively contemporary Spanish tapas and Latin-leaning cocktails. Tucked away on King Street, this gem is no more than a 10 minute walk from Hamlet Gardens.

Yoshi Sushi. Unpretentious and with a typically minimalist approach to interior design, this acclaimed Japanese and Korean restaurant is renowned for its fresh fish and attention to detail in presentation. Also on King’s Road, it’s a 5 minute walk from Hamlet Gardens.

AzouThis North African restaurant conjures up the perfect atmosphere for its Moroccan, Algerian and Tunisian cuisine with low lighting and a ceiling draped with warm, pillowy fabrics. A family-run business with excellent food, it is less than 3 minutes away on foot from Hamlet Gardens.

Find out more about Ravenscourt Park and the surrounding area here.