Brackenbury Village, an affluent residential district of west London lies between Goldhawk Road, King Street, Hammersmith Grove and Ravenscourt Park.
Dominated by charming rows of well-maintained, two and three storey Victorian terraces, and the new open courtyard complex of 64 townhouses, creative loft offices and luxury apartments, there is a great selection of properties for first time buyers, professionals and families.
Brackenbury Road is home to a small parade of shops which form the heart of the village for locals and visitors to the area. Brackenburys Deli and Coffee Shop can be found here, with the Brackenbury Restaurant and Stentons Family Butchers providing quality, local amenities.
The community spirit, sometimes rare to find in London gave Brackenbury its village name, thanks to its chatty, friendly locals and family friendly environment.
Education in the area consists of Brackenbury Primary and John Betts Primary, both receiving “outstanding” Ofsted reports. The West London Free School and Hammersmith Academy are both exemplary Secondary Schools, both receiving “good” reports, making the area a prime location for relocating families.
- 237 (White City Bus Station - Hounslow Heath)
- 266 (Hammersmith Lower Bus Station - Brent Cross Shopping Centre)
- 94 (Piccadilly Circus - Acton Green)
Roads in this area
- Brackenbury Road
- Brakenbury Gardens
- Cardross Street
- Dorville Crescent
- Hammersmtih Grove
- Iffley Road