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  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 55 Heath Street
  • Hampstead
  • London
  • NW3 6UG, UK
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  • Monday to Friday: 9:00am - 6:00pm
  • Saturday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
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chancellors hampstead estate agents branch

Hampstead Estate and Letting Agents 

Chancellors estate agents opened its doors in Hampstead back in 1981. Our team of estate and lettings agents provide a wide range of services to those looking to buy or rent in Hampstead, as well as to sellers and landlords.

Our Hampstead branch is located on Heath Street opposite Hampstead Tube station. Our branch is open from Monday to Saturday, and we are available to take your call from 8:30 am to 8:00 pm Monday to Friday and 10:00am to 3:00pm on Saturdays. Alternatively, you can send us an email and we will get back to you as soon as possible. 

Our Hampstead estate agents are passionate about delivering an outstanding level of service with a high level of professional. We have intimate knowledge of the local area and property market, which puts us in the perfect position to help you reach your property goals.

Some of the services we offer include:

We serve the following postcode areas in Hampstead: NW1 NW3 NW6.

Areas We Cover

Hampstead Heath, Belsize Park, Swiss Cottage, South Hampstead, West Hampstead, Chalk Farm, Kentish Town, Camden, Brondesbury, Mapesbury, Primrose Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb and Golders Green

  • Hampstead Heath
  • Belsize Park
  • Swiss Cottage
  • South Hampstead
  • West Hampstead
  • Chalk Farm
  • Kentish Town
  • Camden
  • Brondesbury
  • Mapesbury
  • Primrose Hill
  • Hampstead Garden Suburb and Golders Green
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Matt

  • Regional Director
  • DDI:020 4505 8592

Thomas

  • Executive Lettings Manager
  • DDI:020 3982 2706
  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 55 Heath Street
  • Hampstead
  • London
  • NW3 6UG, UK
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Anthony

  • Senior Sales Manager
  • DDI:020 3982 2702

Abby

  • Lettings Negotiator
  • DDI:020 3982 2707

Robert

  • Regional Director
  • DDI:020 3982 2706

Ian

  • Senior Sales Negotiator
  • DDI:020 3982 2704

Bella

  • Senior Sales Negotiator
  • DDI:020 3982 2701

Louis

  • Lettings Negotiator
  • DDI:020 3982 2705
  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 55 Heath Street
  • Hampstead
  • London
  • NW3 6UG, UK
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In Demand

3 Bedroom properties with


91 people registering interest

in the last 7 days

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Few destinations in London boast the timeless appeal of Hampstead. Once a spa town, this exclusive location has long attracted the discerning homeowner. As a well-known hangout for artists and intellectuals, former residents include DH Lawrence, John Keats and Sigmund Freud.

Hampstead High Street 

Hampstead’s allure isn’t surprising given the elegance of its Edwardian and Victorian properties, while the surrounding Hampstead Heath offers a haven amidst city living. This expansive parkland is one of the largest of its kind in London, providing a playground for the active individual. Walking and cycling routes navigate the scenic parks, and visitors can enjoy a cooling dip at the outdoor swimming pools.

The town’s rich heritage is kept alive through the many historic attractions. From the impressive theatre to the preserved stately homes and museums, Hampstead is a cultural gem waiting to be explored. Contrasting old and new, a cosmopolitan atmosphere in the high street sees boutique designers sat alongside charming cafés and renowned eateries.

Finally, the first-rate schooling establishments provide assurance to families. It’s one more reason to relocate and join the many residents proud to call Hampstead home.

Hampstead high street
Hampstead Train station

Transportation in Hampstead 

As a district in central London, it’s easy to access the rest of the city.

Hampstead is served by Hampstead Tube Station, providing very easy links to central London. Hampstead station sits on the Northern line in the heart of Hampstead village. Nearby you will also find Belsize Park on the Northern Line, and Swiss Cottage and Finchley Road on the Jubilee Line.

Aside from the Underground, residents have the option of the London Overground line or can depart from West Hampstead for services connecting to the Midlands. London Euston is also accessible via frequent 20-minute services at South Hampstead.

There are many buses running through Hampstead, including several late-night buses. The 24 to Trafalgar Square and Victoria, the 46 to Kings Cross and the 210 to Brent Cross can all be easily caught.

For those travelling by car, the A1(M) motorway, M25 and other key transport roads are not far away. Limited parking in the area can make it slightly more difficult for those planning to drive. However, resident-only parking spaces are available, while the nearby M1 motorway provides accessibility to the rest of UK.

For international travel, London City is the nearest airport to Hampstead in terms of distance, but you may be able to reach Heathrow airport quicker.

What is Hampstead Like? 

Hampstead is a beautiful and affluent village nestled next to Hampstead Heath. Often referred to as Hampstead Village, this picturesque residential area of North West London is filled with charming streets and has some of the most expensive property prices in all of London. The cobbled, winding streets and quaint buildings make this pretty area a sight to behold.  

Hampstead is well-known for its intellectual, artistic and literary associations, and many celebrities choose this area of North London as their home to this day. 

Hampstead combines the culture of city-life with a village-like lifestyle seamlessly. This is the perfect place for the wealthy who wish to live in a quaint area but still be within very easy reach of the hustle and bustle of central London.  

Hampstead is a popular area for wealthy professionals and entrepreneurs, many of whom have made their fortunes in the City. The exclusivity of Hampstead is evident with the many properties which have been passed down through the generations.   

Given Hampstead’s distinct village feel and atmosphere, it’s hard to believe that you can get a tube to London Euston in just ten minutes from here, another distinct attraction to this highly desirable area of North West London. 

Find out much more about living in Hampstead.

Schools in the Area

Hampstead offers a wide choice of schools for children of all ages. The area boasts an extremely high concentration of private primary and prep schools in London. Some of the most renowned establishments include Christ Church Primary School (rated as outstanding by Ofsted), Lyndhurst House, Hampstead Hill, Heathside Preperatory School and Devonshire House Preparatory School.

Many of the private schools also cater to children from ages three to 18. These include the University College School, St Margaret’s School and South Hampstead High School for Girls. Alternatively, comprehensive schools are just as impressive, with many in the area judged ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted. These include William Ellis, Parliament Hill and Haverstock and the Henrietta Barnett School.

Freud Museum in Hampstead

Attractions in Hampstead

This hilltop hideaway is most famous for its cosmopolitan attractions, complimented by parks and greenery. For families, young professionals or the older generation, there are heaps of things to see and do.

The Everyman Hampstead is the original site of the Everyman Cinemas group, which opened back in 1933. You can enjoy a truly wonderful cinematic experience here, with a three-course meal served to you in comfort on a reclined sofa.  

Hampstead is also home to the Camden Arts Centre, located on the corner of Arkwright Road and Finchley Road. The centre is a cultural hub for contemporary art, which hosts exhibitions, events, courses and residencies. 

In the heart of Hampstead village, the Grade I listed Burgh House is an independent historic house and charity for arts and the community, which includes the Hampstead Museum.  

Other highlights in the area include:

  • Keats House
  • Freud Museum London
  • Highgate Bathing Pond
  • Fenton House
  • Golders Hill Park

Shopping, Restaurants and Eateries in Hampstead  

Hampstead High Street, just outside of Hampstead Tube station, is the heart of the village. An eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, cafes and high-end brand stores and independent boutiques fill the street. The cobbled side streets hide a number of treasures including delis, gift shops, jewellers, florists and galleries.

Flask Walk, which is just around the corner from the Tube station, has a pedestrian-only area with a number of cafes, pubs, florists and vintage shops. 

For larger shopping centres, Hampstead’s residents are within easy reach of Brent Cross Shopping Centre, as well as London’s West End.  

There is no shortage of restaurants and other eateries in the area, with the majority situated on and around Hampstead High Street. La Creperie de Hampstead is an extremely popular window-serve fixture which serves both sweet and savoury crepes. Other popular options include the Italian L’Antica Pizzeria and the French restaurant, Cote. La Gaffe is a family-run and award-winning Italian restaurant and hotel, offering a warm welcome. 

The Wells is the perfect spot to enjoy a drink or two outside, particularly after a ramble in Hampstead Heath. The Holly Bush is one of Hampstead’s most beloved pubs with a fireplace and outdoor space. Dating back to the 18th century, you can enjoy a warm welcome here and a fine selection of cask ales. The Old Bull & Bush is another popular spot, with a bar and restaurant and its own courtyard.   

Hampstead Heath is Nearby 

Hampstead Heath is on the doorstep of Hampstead. Running from Hampstead to Highgate, Hampstead Heath is an area of natural beauty covering 320 hectares of woodland and meadows. This green oasis is truly wonderful for outdoor recreation and pursuits, including open-air swimming and a variety of sports. The area also hosts many open-air concerts and arts festival. The summit at Parliament Hill is a focal point for visitors, affording iconic views of the London skyline. 

Right at the north end of Hampstead Heath, Kenwood House is a wonderful place to visit. This former stately home is now an English heritage site and houses a truly stunning art collection.  

Property in Hampstead

Property in Hampstead varies considerably, ranging from some of the most exclusive Victorian homes in London to small and quaint cottages.

Large Victorian red-brick homes, many of which have been converted into flats, can be found on roads like East Heath Road. Near the High Street, there are rows of Regency-style terraces converted into stylish apartments.

Hampstead also has a number of large Edwardian mansions and mansion flats commanding exceptional prices. The affluence of the area is most evident along ‘Billionaire’s Row’ in The Bishops Avenue.

Along the smaller streets is where you will find more of the small, colourful and characterful cottages, with expected lower prices. Heath Street and North End Way are some of the most popular streets in Hampstead.

History of Hampstead

It may have begun as an Anglo Saxon settlement, but Hampstead first gained prominence during the 18th century. During this time, its appeal as a ‘London spa’ attracted visitors from far and wide looking to bathe in the iron-rich waters of Hampstead Wells.

By the 18th century, it was established as a sought-after location for affluent Londoners and aristocrats. Grand houses were built in the area, many of which can still be visited today, including Kenwood House and Burgh House. These provide a fascinating insight into the former opulence of the area.

Hampstead’s popularity further increased following the opening of its first railway station in 1852. To accommodate this growing demand, luxurious housing developments were created in the surrounding suburbs. Thankfully, in spite of its status as an exclusive destination, many of the parks were opened to the public.

Today, these open spaces still offer a retreat from the congested capital, while new developments provide even more reason to live in this affluent London suburb.

Anscombe & Ringland is now Chancellors.

In December 2017, London’s local estate agent, Anscombe & Ringland Hampstead, excitedly announced that it would soon be known as Chancellors Hampstead. The aim of the change was to unite all the brands of the Chancellors Group of Estate Agents under one brand. This enabled us to focus our resources and efforts on a single entity and maximise the support and exposure of all our services for the benefit of customers and clients.

Anscombe & Ringland always had the support and resources of the Chancellors Group, one of the largest independent estate agents in the UK. Being a member of this group formed part of Anscombe & Ringland’s unique marketing strategy, which included a far-reaching network of over 50 branches and 700 other associated agents and a prominent presence both online and on the high street.

This meant that Anscombe & Ringland had access to a considerable database of buyers and tenants which has helped them achieve record results across the region over the years.

If you previously enjoyed the service provided by Anscombe & Ringland Hampstead, you can be assured that it’s only the name we have changed, and you will receive the same great service from Chancellors Hampstead.

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