What's it like to live in Shepherd's Bush?
Is it an area on the up?
What kind of people live around here?
Asked on Jan 10 2008,
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Shepherd's Bush is a great place to live. With the Westfields opening a while back the area has deinitely picked up. I have heard a lot of aussies and kiwis live around here but I think its where you hang out really.. there's a big Walkabout off the common that gets a bit rowdy on a Sunday but it means there's random costumed folk wandering the streets that you can have a laugh at.
Answered on Jun 17 2009,
There is a wide range of properties in Shepherd's Bush, the majority of which are period houses and conversions. The area is popular with first-time buyers attracted by the plentiful Victorian terraces and conversions and the short commute into central London. Larger family homes are situated in the Wendell Park, Brackenbury and Hammersmith areas. More affordable property can also be found within the Shepherd's Bush and White City areas, where there are ex-local authority houses and flats.
About Shepherd's Bush
Home to the Shepherd's Bush Empire, The Bush Theatre and the BBC, Shepherd's Bush is a vibrant cultural centre with a huge range of great places to eat, drink and shop. Owning a property in Shepherd's Bush gives you access to plenty of green spaces including busy Shepherd's Bush Green and more peaceful Brook Green, Wendell Park and Ravenscourt Park. The Westfield Centre, a major shopping and leisure destination, has recently opened in nearby White City which is likely to increase the value of properties in Shepherd's Bush. Schools popular with local families include Wendell Park and Greenside Primary Schools and several well-known independent schools in nearby Hammersmith including St Paul's Girls School and Latymer School.
The Central and Hammersmith & City underground lines take you from Shepherd's Bush (Zone 2) to the West End in 15 minutesTwo new underground stations open in 2008 with the construction of the Westfield Centre, White City's new shopping destination.Shepherd's Bush sits on the A40(M), one of the main transport routes in and out of the capitalThe area lies outside the congestion zone
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Web reference: http://www.northfields.co.uk
Answered on Sep 22 2009,
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