House clearance Hampstead NW3
Few little facts about Hampstead
The name Hampstead comes from the Anglo-Saxon words "Haempe" and "Stede", meaning settlement near pigs. Hampstead is known for its intellectual, artistic, musical and literary associations and for the large and hilly parkland Hampstead Heath. It is also home to some of the most expensive housing in the London area or indeed anywhere in the world, with large houses regularly listed for sale at over 20 millions Pounds. The village of Hampstead has more millionaires within its boundaries than any other area in the United Kingdom.
Cultural attraction in the area include Freud Museum, Keats House, Kenwood House, The Lsokon Building and The Camden Arts Center. Large Victorian Hampstead library and town hall was recently converted and extended as a creative industries center.
Kenwood is featured in the in-film film set scene of Notting Hill (1999). Outdoor scenes in The Wedding Date (2005), starring Debra Messing feature Parliament Hill Fields on the Heath, overlooking West London. The cut film scenes of Sexual Nature (2006) was filmed entirely on Hampstead Heath.