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Queen's Wharf by Mount Anvil and FABRICA

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Queen’s Wharf, Hammersmith W6 Quintessentially British, riverside apartments featuring balconies, over 95% sold

Queen’s Wharf on Crisp Road in Hammersmith, London W6 is a Mount Anvil and Fabrica by A2Dominion development of 165 luxurious, riverside apartments for sale ranging in size from studios, to 3-beds and penthouses. Queen’s Wharf is located on the ‘Surrey Bend’ of the River Thames where it flows under Grade II listed Hammersmith Bridge – a place made famous by the world renowned Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race since 1836. Queen’s Wharf is based on the site of the old Riverside studios. The world-famous studios will be reimagined for the development to include onsite amenities such as a theatre, café, cinema, restaurants and bars. Queen’s Wharf is conveniently situated to be within easy reach of Chelsea, Knightsbridge and Fulham. Residents are well served by a local transport network that makes every corner of the capital easily accessible. Queen’s Wharf is a six-minute walk to Hammersmith Underground station, which offers a choice of four lines: Circle, District, Hammersmith & City and Piccadilly.



Crisp Road, London, W6 9RL

Sales Office: 20 St. James Street, London, W6 9RW

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Sales Office Opening Hours:
Mon to Fri 10am - 6pm
Sat & Sun and Bank Holidays 10am - 5pm

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

This privileged corner of west London connects to a series of Thames-side ‘villages’, including leafy Chiswick and picturesque Barnes, as well as being within quick access of Chelsea, Notting Hill and Knightsbridge. Replete with parks, riverside walks, excellent restaurants and a buzzing, multicultural vibe, it is also one of the best-served transport hubs in the capital. Hammersmith offers four tube lines and direct access to the A4 artery heading west out of London. No wonder this charming section of the river continues to attract discerning residents looking for a toe in the city, as well as a toe in the water.

Best known for icons of culture, such as the Hammersmith Apollo, Riverside Studios and the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith also directly neighbours Fulham, placing Chelsea, Notting Hill and Knightsbridge within quick reach. Cyclists and walkers enjoy easy access to the Thames Path, which connects Kingston and Richmond to the west and Southbank, Greenwich and as far as the Thames Barrier to the east.
• Hammersmith Apollo.
• Lyric Theatre.
• Riverside Studios.
• Chiswick House.
• The Thames Path.

London is one of the culinary capitals of the world and Queen’s Wharf offers Michelin-starred dining- The Harwood Arms (London’s only Michelin starred gastropub) is down the road in Fulham, while The Ledbury (2 stars) and Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester (3 stars) are a short trip away. For a more informal dining experience, there are several great local restaurants such as the exceptional Marco Grill steakhouse on the Fulham Road.

Hammersmith is perfect for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits, be it cycling, jogging or strolling along the Thames Path, or learning to row at one of the many local sailing clubs. On offer is also the most diverse and exciting range of sporting activity, be it polo at The Hurlingham Club, or tennis at the Queen’s Club and the All England Club at Wimbledon.
• Towpath for cycling.
• Local parks.
• Sailing & rowing clubs.
• Polo at The Hurlingham.
• Tennis at the Queen's Club.

Local Shopping

Sloane Square is just 13 minutes away by Underground, making it the ideal destination to spend the afternoon browsing along the King's Road. A short distance away is the retail mecca of Westfield Shopping Centre – the largest in Europe to have a city location with over 360 retail outlets. Hammersmith hosts its own farmer's market every Thursday offering fresh farm produce and delicious street food. Both Barnes and Chiswick are well served by independent, artisan shops and cafés.
• Close to world-class shopping and Westfield, White City.
• Farmer’s market every Thursday.
• Many independent shops of nearby Barnes and Chiswick.


It is no exaggeration to say that London’s schools, colleges and universities are regarded as the world’s best. Local St Paul’s Girl’s School and The Godolphin and Latymer School are two of the most well regarded independents in the capital, while Imperial College, LSE, King’s and UCL continue to attract the brightest and best from around the world.

Transport Links

Queen’s Wharf is a six minute walk to Hammersmith Underground station, which is well served by the Circle, District, Hammersmith & City and Piccadilly lines connecting passengers to the east, west and north of London. From here, the Piccadilly line offers a direct 35 minute route to Heathrow airport and King’s Cross station, which connects in turn to Eurostar services at St Pancras. By underground, Westfield shopping mall is three minutes, while Harrods is 10. Hammersmith also offers direct access to the A4 (M4).
Queen’s Wharf residents are well served by a local transport network that makes every corner of London easily accessible. Queen’s Wharf is a eight minute walk to Hammersmith Underground station, which offers a choice of four lines: Circle, District, Hammersmith & City and Piccadilly. The latter connects both to Heathrow and (via King’s Cross) Eurostar at St Pancras. In addition, Hammersmith benefits from a direct link onto the A4 (M4) heading west out of London.

Nearest stations:

London Underground logo Hammersmith (District & Piccadilly) (0.3 miles)
London Underground logo Hammersmith (Hammersmith & City) (0.3 miles)
London Underground logo Ravenscourt Park (0.5 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode



Ranging in size from chic studios to impressive three-bedroom homes, nearly every Queen’s Wharf apartment is unique in its configuration. Taking inspiration from British heritage and character, the interiors reference period features while embracing contemporary styling and detailing. This juxtaposition of classic with modern imbues the development with a bespoke and highly individual ambience. The architecture has been imaginatively conceived to wrap around a multi-level podium garden, providing the majority of apartments with garden or river views. Amenities include 24-hour concierge and car parking options.

About Developer

Mount Anvil is Central London’s specialist residential developer, and we’ve been creating homes and communities that people want to live in since 1991. Our approach, the Mount Anvil Way, has been recognised through numerous awards, including: Developer of the Year (less than 1,000 units) at the acclaimed Property Week RESI Awards 2013; and Gold Award for Best Interior Design at the 2013 What House? Awards.
Fabrica is part of the A2Dominion group. With over 70 years of experience they are one of the largest developers in the UK and have a unique approach to house building. They don’t just build houses, they invest all profits into projects which benefit communities and create better ways to live.

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