Located on a leafy road only moments from the centre of Hampstead Village, the outstanding new development Hampstead Manor embraces all of the qualities that have long made NW3 one of the most desirable British postcodes. Providing a feeling of rural serenity within easy reach of the city.

Getting Around

Despite feeling a world away from the city, Hampstead is very well-connected. Its bus station, known as Hampstead Heath, offers far-reaching connections across the city, including frequent Route 24 services to the West End and Victoria. The area also benefits from several Zone 2 Underground stations including Hampstead and Belsize Park on the Northern line, and Jubilee line stations at Swiss Cottage and Finchley Road. Thameslink, Overground and mainline railway stations also serve the area.


  • Zone 2 location
  • Served by Northern and Jubilee London Underground lines, mainline, Thameslink and Overground train services.
  • App. 20 mins to Kings Cross and St. Pancras International
  • App. 30 mins to Farringdon and the City
  • Regular connections with Gatwick and Heathrow airports
  • Frequent buses from Hampstead Heath to the West End and Victoria.


Hampstead’s streets are lined with a rich tapestry of shopping for all tastes. A breed apart from the sleek, sterile avenues of the capital's high street shopping districts, Hampstead offers a range of high-end boutiques, international brands and proudly independent businesses, their histories often deeply entwined with the story of this remarkable suburb. It's a shopping scene that offers exceptional quality and breadth and begs to be explored. London's best known shopping districts, including Sloane Street, King's Road and Oxford Street, are just a short journey away.


  • Keith Fawkes Bookshop
  • Question Air
  • Florien Leonhard Fine Violins
  • West End Lane Books
  • Comptoir des Cotonniers
  • Lords Homeware
  • Hampstead Antique & Craft Emporium

Out and about

The dining scene in Hampstead is as varied and vibrant as its population. The area features a unique and charming selection of eateries that ranges from easy, sophisticated gastropubs where locals take long, relaxed lunches to renowned destination restaurants using the finest seasonal produce available. The area is full of vital, well-established local favourites, and cuisines from around the world are represented, from high-end Japanese dining at Jin Kichi to family-run Italian cuisine at La Gaffe on Heath Street.


  • The Wells Tavern
  • 28 Church Street
  • Maison Blanc
  • Côte Brasserie
  • Jin Kichi
  • La Gaffe


Hampstead boasts an exceptional range of schools and universities. According to the Good Schools Guide the area has the greatest number of 'Good' schools north of the Thames. With a selection of innovative, high-achieving further education options, and some of the finest universities in the world just a short journey away via exceptional public transport connections, Hampstead and Camden offer access to world-class educational opportunities at every stage of life.


  • Fine Art College
  • University College School
  • St Margaret's School
  • Haverstock School
  • Christ Church Primary
  • St Anthony's School for Boys
  • Easy access to London's world-leading universities, including UCL, Imperial, the London School of Economics & Political Science and King's College London.

Life Essentials

Hampstead boasts an abundance of distinctive local amenities. The Heath's swimming ponds and sports facilities are popular in the warmer months, and high-quality foods from local producers feature on the plates of its world-renowned gastropubs and restaurants. Contemporary and traditional theatres, boutique cinemas and commanding stately homes all share a postcode and contribute to this unique neighbourhood's atmosphere of semi-rural tranquillity overlooking the city.


  • Hampstead Heath
  • Golders Hill Park & Zoo
  • The Flask
  • Everyman Cinema
  • Duke of Hamilton & Rabbit Hole Theatre
  • The Horseshoe
  • Gourmet & Craft

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