Barons Court is a small suburb in West London, W14. It is named after the local tube station, which provides fast links into central London and other parts of West London via the District and Piccadilly Lines. It is known for being home to The Queen’s Club, site of the world-famous annual lawn tennis tournament, and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), which is a short walk away on Talgarth Road.
Queen’s Club Gardens is a key residential feature of Barons Court. The estate consists of 33 blocks of flats surrounding communal gardens and leisure facilities. Highly sought after for its prized location, it is available for renters. The majority of property in Barons Court is apartments in Victorian mansion blocks and good-sized flats in larger, converted properties. There are also larger family homes in terraced properties and a selection of ex-council authority properties.
Barons Court residents can enjoy the quieter, almost village-like quality of Barons Court while benefiting from proximity to the shopping and entertainment districts of Fulham, Hammersmith, Earl’s Court and Kensington. The nearby North End Road has a traditional street market, and there are plenty of local pubs, including The Curtains Up and The Colton Arms, restaurants and speciality shops. Barons Court also boasts good transport connections, making it the ideal location for students, young professionals and families alike.