Albion Court, King’s Place & Argyll Court, Hammersmith, London W6 0QT. Albion Place is situated in a quiet and secure private gated courtyard.
Just 65 metres from the bustling King Street in the heart of Hammersmith.
100 metres from the £150 million King Street regeneration scheme featuring new shops, restaurants, cafes, multiplex Curzon Cinema and public piazza.
A 4-minute stroll to King’s Mall Shopping Centre and only 6-minutes walk to Hammersmith Broadway London Underground Station (District, Circle, Piccadilly and Hammersmith & City Lines).
Just 6-minutes walk to Ravenscourt Park London Underground station (District Line).
On the door-step of Ravenscourt Park green open spaces.
Located between Central London and Heathrow Airport close to the A4 arterial route.
Well heeled and equally well connected living at Albion Place.
An internationally recognised, established and important commercial hub located in West London about 3½ miles from Central London forming the western gateway into the capital from Heathrow Airport.
The largest office centre in West London with more than 10,000 businesses employing over 120,000 people and home to numerous familiar international corporations including; GE, L'Oreal, Disney, Philip Morris, Virgin Media, Coca Cola and Accor.
Hammersmith is one of only eight London Underground stations served by four or more train lines benefiting from excellent connections to the rest of London via the Piccadilly, District, Circle and Hammersmith and City lines. London Heathrow International Airport is just 35-minutes via the Piccadilly Line.
Hammersmith enjoys excellent access into the West End, Central London and via the A4/M4 out to Heathrow Airport and the M25 motorway.
Hammersmith Broadway bus station is one of the largest and busiest bus interchanges in London with 17 bus routes passing through the main interchange providing access throughout London. Seven of the bus routes run 24-hours a day. The location is blessed with communications.
As well as being an important centre of employment and major transport hub, residents, office workers and visitors enjoy beautiful River Thames walks, a thriving restaurant, bar and entertainment scene including the Eventim Apollo and Lyric Hammersmith Theatre.
A self-contained town set within the nation’s capital but still only steps away from everything one could possibly need.
Hammersmith offers quiet back streets, some of London’s best private schools, attractive pubs and handsome Victorian houses.
Major shopping facilities are available on King Street, adjacent to Albion Place, and include Kings Mall that was extensively refurbished in 2013 with an attractive mix of shops and restaurants. Even greater choice and selection is available nearby at Westfield Shopping Centre; one of the UK’s largest shopping centres.
With a super regeneration scheme on King Street, even more will soon be on offer across the road from Albion Place.
There is a strong rental demand from single professionals and professional couples to Hammersmith’s wide ranging facilities, entertainment and varied employment prospects provided at the many international companies based here.