The Barons Court area is named after its local tube station, which serves the District and Piccadilly Lines. A mainly residential area, notable venues in the vicinity include The Queen’s Club, a private members club and home of the international lawn tennis tournament, the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), one of the UK’s oldest drama schools, and the Barons Court Theatre.
Barons Court is a small, leafy suburb of West London, W14. It is served by two tube stations: Barons Court and West Kensington, which offer good transport links to the surrounding parts of West London and central London.
Barons Court is also home to Queen’s Club Gardens, a residential estate comprising 33 blocks of flats set around communal gardens and tennis courts. The majority of property to rent in Barons Court is either flats in Victorian terraced houses or apartments in red-brick Victorian mansion blocks. With many flats and apartments in the area, it is a popular location for international students, young professional and young families.
Residents of Barons Court can benefit from its proximity to Kensington and Fulham, and the shops and restaurants on the North End Road and Fulham Palace Road while still enjoying the relative peace and quiet which comes from living in Barons Court.