Original 30s Pub Freehold

Hammersmith, W6


A historic grade 2 listed freehold with untouched pub and apartments, in the heart of Hammersmith. Situated off busy King Street, is a quaint 1930s estate with the original Hope & Anchor pub, commanding a corner plot. 

The pub interior itself is listed along with the exterior facade, and is presently used for film/tv shoots, events and parties. It could be the perfect live/work business, with an income-generating ground floor, and separate residential flats upstairs.

Currently arranged as two flats & two studios, there is also an unaltered loft with original wooden rafters & steel beams. The basement is cavernous and dry, previously used for cooling tanks and barrel storage for the pub.

Freehold, total square footage approx. 5359qft (inc. basement, ex. loft).

Hammersmith has undergone a huge regeneration programme over the last decade, with the £155million town hall re-development delivering 200 new homes & 15,000 sqft of office and public space close by.

King Street has a plethora of shops, restaurants and pubs. Hammersmith & Ravenscourt Park stations are both less than a 10 minute walk. The river thames and some wonderful historic riverside inns are also all within a 10 minute walk.



Hope & Anchor, Macbeth Street, Hammersmith, W6



Service Charge:


Ground Rent:


Local Authority:

Hammersmith & Fulham

Council Tax:

£1500.34 per annum

Approx Monthly Utility Bills:

£400 per month

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