Horton and Garton are experienced and professional Shepherd’s Bush Estate Agents with a wealth of local area knowledge and an extensive track record of successfully selling property in W12.
The Shepherd’s Bush area has seen considerable change over the past few decades and is now amongst the most sought after locations to live in West London. With excellent transport connections, stunning period houses, widespread regeneration and redevelopment at sites such as the Television Centre which is now home to White City House, part of the renowned Soho House Group.
Property in Shepherd’s Bush
Covering a large area, property in W12 is varied in style and size, from beautiful houses near Wendell Park to properties in Askew Village. Whether you are considering selling your home or are looking for property to buy in Shepherd’s Bush, our team of local experts are available to assist with your plans.
If you’re looking for a Shepherd’s Bush estate agent our local team would be delighted to discuss your plans.
Our Shepherd’s Bush Lettings agents, supported by the professional Property Management team, assist landlords with letting their property in W12.
Shepherd’s Bush Experts
Horton and Garton have been selling and letting property across W12 for many years.
Whether you are looking to sell or let your property in Shepherd’s Bush, Horton and Garton can offer informed advice to discerning property owners.
Moving to Shepherd’s Bush
Shepherd’s Bush has much to offer; from exceptional schools and green spaces such as Wendell Park to the popular, and some very famous, public houses, and some of London’s finest shopping facilities.
Those considering moving to Shepherd’s Bush can learn more about the W12 area on our dedicated page.
Map of Shepherd’s Bush
Our team of Shepherd’s Bush estate agents cover all of W12, from the quiet residential tree-lined avenues surrounding Wendell Park to the wide streets filled with townhouses surrounding Uxbridge Road.
Frequently Asked Questions About Shepherd’s Bush
Shepherd’s Bush is home to classical Victorian and Edwardian architecture. The leafy streets are lined with chocolate box terraced houses and, uniquely, there is an abundance of purpose-built maisonettes (a period house with two original front doors, divided into two homes – each with private gardens) to be found in the W12 postcode. If a purpose-built maisonette is what you’re looking for, we highly recommend the Wendell Park area. You’ll need to be quick though… when these are listed for sale or to let, competition is brisk! If it’s a palatial family home you’re after, Shepherd’s Bush offers a wealth of houses with abnormally large original footprints; Victorian terraced homes with three or even four natural stories mean families will have room to grow (check out the Cathnor Park, ‘Groves’, Wendell Park, Askew Village and Shepherd’s Bush East areas). Pretty period architecture sits seamlessly next to luxurious new developments like the Television Centre and White City Living.
When it comes to property prices, studio flats start around £250,000 and the largest houses can command in excess of £3,000,000. If you’re renting in Shepherd’s Bush, you can expect to spend between £1,000 per calendar month to in excess of £6,000 – depending on your requirements and budget. Our encyclopaedic knowledge of each W12 street means whatever your requirements, we’ll find your next home.
With so much on the doorstep in W12, we find affluent professionals are attracted to the area while city commuters love the phenomenal transport links. Imposing family houses attract upsizers from neighbouring Notting Hill and Kensington. When it’s time to retreat from the daily hustle, discerning Londoners look to our ‘golden triangle’ of Shepherd’s Bush, Hammersmith, and Chiswick to find a tight-knit community on the doorstep of both city and countryside. Shepherd’s Bush proves perennially popular for just about every type of buyer and tenant ranging from those looking for their first homes to forever family house hunters to retiring downsizers. Click here to learn more about the adjacent neighbourhoods of Hammersmith and Chiswick.