If you want to live in vibrant, exciting, interesting, lively place, that caters to every interest from art, sport, fashion, history and politics then the London region is the place for you. It has all of these things and more and could soon be your new home. It can be hard to select just one place here but why not start by looking at the W6 area?.
The Western and Paddington district encompasses an area of London begging at the centre to the western border, near the River Thames. W6 is one of twenty-six smaller postcode subsections here that range from W1A to W14. Having a number of smaller postcode areas allowed for mail delivery to be enhanced, as well as travel, transportation and street signs. W1A is non-geographic postcode so does not correspond to a location and has other uses. Many Boroughs are covered by the W code, such as Westminster.
Hammersmith and Ravenscourt Park use the W6, with the former being in the Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, and the latter being a part of the Borough of Hounslow. Both share the address line of LONDON. W6 is close to the W4, W12, W14, SW6 and SW13 (South Western) postcode areas, which means that Chiswick, Shepherds Bush, West Kensington, Fulham and Barnes are all nearby. The price of abodes here has become more stable after increases. Currently, homes begin at approximately £215,000 for one bedroom and increase up to £1,954,000 for five bedrooms. Flats follow a similar trend, starting at around £299,000 and reach £825,000, spanning one to four bedrooms. The most sought after homes are in Hammersmith Terrace and Luxemburg gardens.
Hammersmith is known for being a major transport and retail hub within the London region. The Broadway Centre is it’s main shopping area and also features a bus and tube stations, as well as an office complex. There is also King Street for shoppers and nearby there is a hotel, a cinema and the Lyric Theatre. Many major businesses have headquarters here such as Coca-Cola, Universal Music Group, Disney and Capcom.
Entertainment is key in Hammersmith with many theatres, cinemas and pubs, most notably The Dove that counted Ernest Hemmingway as a regular. The area is frequently visited by popular musicians and comedians, mostly at the Hammersmith Apollo, where no matter what you’re interested in, there is likely an event or show that will cater for you. Many notable residents have lived here from actors like Alan Rickman and Hugh Grant, comedians Bill Bailey and Lee Mack, presenter James May, singer lily Allen, boxer Joe Calzaghe and even composer Gustav Holst.
Ravenscourt Park is a large open space nearby to Hammersmith and cats as a conservation area. It features many different examples of trees and cedars and includes facilities for many sports such as tennis, football, basketball, bowling as well as gardens, play areas and a paddling pool. Ravenscourt Tube Station is located here, allowing for easy travel to and from the Park.
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