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Ladbroke Grove Estate Agents Property Guide

Ladbroke Grove has been referred to as Notting Hill’s rebellious, bohemian younger cousin. It’s a road in West London that runs between Notting Hill to the south and Kensal Green to the north.

 However, its name refers to the surrounding area as well. Choosing a Ladbroke Grove property will give you a W10 or W11 postcode and puts you in a prime location for shopping and entertainment. Ladbroke Grove offers a healthy mix of social classes, ethnic background and age groups.

Ladbroke Grove Property

Ladbroke Grove Estate Agents are happy to say there is no shortage of spacious Victorian housing with leafy, private gardens and squares in the area, made famous by the film "Notting Hill".  If you’re looking for properties ripe for conversion, you’ll have no problem finding them in Ladbroke Grove, unlike areas of Notting Hill. If, however, you’re looking for smaller dwellings, there are plenty of apartments to choose from, ranging from studio flats upwards. Smaller terraced housing and new builds are also a popular choice for starter homes.

Ladbroke Grove Buyers and Residents

Ladbroke Grove is one of the top locations for young professionals. It’s attractive to wealthy professionals, families and media types. Thanks to its trendy image, the area is also home to celebrities, including the likes of - Damon Albarn, Hugh Grant, Martine McCutcheon, Robbie Williams and Stella McCartney.

Pockets of more affordable Ladbroke Grove properties, good schools, access to plenty of green spaces, make the area suitable for young families and increases the diversity of its residents.

Top 5 Reasons to Live in Ladbroke Grove
  1. Ladbroke Grove property offers a Central London location
  2. You are served by excellent transport links
  3. You are in close proximity to the shopping areas of Notting Hill Gate, Portobello Road and Queensway, as well as the Westway Shopping Centre at Shepherd's Bush
  4. There is no shortage of trendy bars and restaurants to choose from
  5. To escape the hustle and bustle of city life, Holland Park and Kensington Gardens are close by
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  • Ladbroke Grove Squares & Parks

    Ladbroke Grove, in West London is home to Ladbroke Square Gardens and the romantic Holland Park. Sumptuous Ladbroke Grove properties and nearby Kensington Gardens, make this a sought after area to live.

    Ladbroke Square Gardens, one of London’s largest gardens is surrounded by spacious Ladbroke Grove properties and is a great place to unwind.

    You can play a game of tennis, enjoy the established garden of mature trees and beautiful borders or relax on the well-kept lawns.

    In Holland Park, visit the Orangery, Japanese gardens and peaceful woodlands, home to a variety of birds. If you like chess, stop by the park’s giant chess board for a game. For children, there is a well-equipped adventure playground.

    Visit the nearby Kensington Gardens, a few minutes from stylish Ladbroke Grove properties, for some peaceful cycling. Don’t forget to stop and ‘smell the roses’ at this Royal Park’s Italian Gardens. The Serpentine Gallery and Albert Memorial are also worth a visit.

  • Ladbroke Grove Going Out

    With multiple local restaurants, gastropubs and fascinating shops, owning a Ladbroke Grove property means you won't need to travel far, when you want to wine, dine or shop.

    For a delicious meal paired with fine wine, visit the award-winning The Ledbury (2 Michelin stars) on Ledbury Road.

    Galicia on Portobello Road, serves tasty Spanish cuisine and George’s Fisheries, situated amidst stunning Ladbroke Grove properties, has great seafood. Head to Paul Tregeser, for freshly baked pies and Camden Coffee House at 155, Ladbroke Grove for excellent coffee.

    Try The Elgin for fantastic ale and the Ladbroke Arms, on Ladbroke Road, for great wine and food. To enjoy award-winning ales, craft beers and tasty bar snacks, visit The Duke of Wellington on Portobello Road.

    For some shopping away from high street brands, visit vintage fashion and bric-a-brac shops at Portobello Road Market or the designer boutiques on Portobello Road.

  • Ladbroke Grove Attractions

    Located within walking distance of the elegant Ladbroke Grove properties, are a number of attractions including Kensington Palace, Leighton House Museum and Linley Sambourne House.

    At Kensington Palace, admire the King’s staircase, the exquisite tapestries and art works in the King’s State Apartments and the original furnishings in the sumptuous Queen’s State Apartments.

    Also on display is the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection and paintings from the Royal Collection.

    Award-winning Leighton House Museum blends in beautifully with the stylish Ladbroke Grove properties surrounding it. This 19th century home, with its golden mosaics, gilded walls, sumptuously decorated Arab Hall and fabulous collection of paintings will leave you inspired.

    At Linley Sambourne House, a Victorian townhouse known for its stained glass windows, you will find Oriental porcelain, rich rugs and beautiful old pieces of furniture. Attend the fabulous Christmas Twilight encounter held here during the festive season.

  • Ladbroke Grove Local Events

    With a number of sports centres, theatres, cinemas, carnivals and summer events to choose from, the residents of the deluxe Ladbroke Grove properties, are never short of activities to fill their free time.

    Portobello Green Fitness Club, has become a popular hangout for Ladbroke Grove residents, with its excellent health club and Westway Sports Centre, offering a variety of sports and fitness options.

    If you enjoy original productions, visit Gate Theatre, a small theatre on Portobello Road, known for producing innovative, original work and encouraging rising international talent. For a luxurious movie experience, stop by The Electric Cinema, famous for its’ plush seating and excellent cocktails.

    The annual Notting Hill Carnival with its spectacular parade, live music and amazing Caribbean food is worth attending. Another popular event is the Notting Hill May Fair, a traditional village fair at St. John’s Church, where you can watch school children maypole dancing and enjoy traditional games, competitions and a cream tea.

    For more information on property to buy or rent in Ladbroke Grove, please contact CWHR Ladbroke Grove estate agents.

  • Ladbroke Grove Transport

    With tube stations on Ladbroke Grove and Latimer Road, getting around from your Ladbroke Grove property is straightforward.

    Additional bus routes and cycle lanes offer further transport options into the city and the surrounding areas.

    On the Hammersmith & City line are Latimer Road (Zone 2), Ladbroke Grove and Westbourne Park stations, whereas on the Bakerloo Line are Kensal Green and Queens Park stations (Zone 2)

  • Ladbroke Grove Historical Facts

    Although neighbouring Bayswater Road has been a route since Roman times, until the middle of the nineteenth century, the area that is now Ladbroke Grove was predominantly rural.

    However, the road is named after the developer of the Ladbroke Estate, James Weller Ladbroke.

    Around the same time, many of London's more stylish residents moved to the west of the city, taking up residence in the recently built properties that were every bit as grand as those in Belgravia, but were far more affordable.

    These properties later became divided into multiple dwellings and were a good option for cheap accommodation after the Second World War, though the area is now favoured by young professionals.

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