Overview of Hampstead TownHampstead Town is located in Camden and currently has a score of 4.30 out of 5 from 10 reviews. Locals praised Hampstead Town, with comments such as, “Best area in London ”. The highest rated postcode in Hampstead Town is NW3 2SN, with a rating of 4.47 from 17 reviews. Locals rated NW3 2AX the worst postcode with a score of 4.31 out of 29 reviews.
“Best area in London”
“London’s place of interest. Loving neighbours and excellent transport links”
Very affluent area with not much personality.
I didn't realise the lack of diversity here. It just seems to be rich person after rich person. Some are friendly but some are very up themselves.
I walk to Belsize park station for the Northern line there. I find that line dirty and busy most of the time. It gets me to where I need to be.
The community around here is a bit odd if I'm honest. It's fine, friendly at times but some people are quite snobby. It's beautiful down my street - there is no denying that. It's a narrow road given the size of the houses with cars aligning both sides. It makes parking difficult. On bin days the road is total chaos if you get caught behind or infront of the lorry.
The obvious amenities of renting here is being so close to Hampstead Heath which is just beautiful. I managed to make use of the swimming pond there this summer and the Lido. They are both very special as are the views from Parliament hill. The Farmers market at Parliament hill is also amazing. Pricey though. Mainly food, a variety of organic vegetables, bread, pastries, cheese and meats. High quality stuff means you spend a fortune there, but well worth it to be honest. My main view about the amenities here is that it feels all a bit twee at times. Aimed at the affluent people living here.
Best area in London
I wouldn’t picture myself living anywhere else in London - Hampstead has everything I need to feel happy, relaxed and safe. In my opinion it is one of the safest areas in London. Hampstead Heath is one of the most beautiful parks in London, and we have the privilege of living just next to it - it is incredible to go for a walk (alone or with family), staying by the ponds, having a picnic in summer time and to enjoy nature - it is very large, so whenever I go there, I always find somewhere I haven’t been. Local restaurants have very good quality in its majority. Overall, Hampstead is the place I call home and wouldn’t change it.
Buses have good proximity between stops and bus 24 has a 24 hour service which is very convenient. Tube and overground are very accessible and quite regular. There could be cycle routes around my area as I’ve cycled before and felt a bit unsafe on the road amongst the cars.
Very good environment and safe street / area, right next to the Royal Free Hospital. My building has mostly NHS staff (families and couples mostly).
The amenities are quite good, there are plenty of coffee shops / restaurants as well as Hampstead Heath, a really nice park to go for a walk or an outdoor run.
London’s place of interest. Loving neighbours and excellent transport links
The area is clean and nice to live in. In my many years of living here, I always discover something new whenever I’m out. For me it’s a bit of a walk to the neatest shops however, others may live closer. Maybe adding a couple closer shops would be nice but overall I love living here and I don’t plan on leaving it anytime soon
I live 8 mins walk away from the station so trains are easily accessible for me. I live 4 mins walk away from the Whitestone pond. Busses like 268 easily take me to Golders Green station where there are transport links to almost everywhere in london
My road does get quite loud in school days as there is a primary school and a lot of parents stop in the middle of the road. My road is very narrow so this causes. A congestion. However, neighbours are friendly and there is never any anti social behaviour that I know of. Parking is for permit holders only so you don’t get people hogging spaces of the residents
Local shops are decent however prices are a bit high. I love the sushi place on haverstock hill they’re amazing. Traffic does get packed sometimes.
Very sweet neighbourhood
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Hampstead Heath is very popular, good for my dog and kids!
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Having the Hampstead Heath just a few steps away is undoubtedly a luxury that many Londoners don't have
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