Renting property in Ravenscourt Park, London W6

If you are looking to rent property in Ravenscourt Park, London W6, please contact us or view properties to rent in Ravenscourt Park currently available on our website. As London's largest private landlord, Residential Land offers over 1200 flats to rent in central London locations. Besides making sure that our tenants have an enjoyable and stress free experience when renting property from us, Residential Land is able to provide flexible rental terms and no agency fees and a fast, reliable letting and 24 hour maintenance service.

Why rent property in Ravenscourt Park?

Often overlooked in favour of Hammersmith, Chiswick or Fulham, Ravenscourt Park is a wonderful West London neighbourhood with some stunning properties for rent. Much of today's leafy splendour seen across W6 can be attributed to the original medieval manor and estate of Palingswick, which occupied much of Ravenscourt Park. Residents still benefit from the historic tree planting, which included majestic cedar and plane trees that make for a lush backdrop.

Set in the W6 postcode, houses and flats to rent in Ravenscourt Park are within close proximity to the 32 acre public park and garden from which the area takes its name. This open space has an amazing walled garden, tennis courts, a bowling lawn and a putting green. Children can follow a nature trail, let off steam at the adventure playground and splash at the paddling pool. The park is a big focal point in W6, hosting seasonal events like the Carter's Steam Fair, alfresco opera seasons and a spectacular bonfire night.

Property in Ravenscourt Park

Ravenscourt Park, W6, is a vibrant neighbourhood with properties to rent from all types of historical eras. Some of the most handsome houses for rent in Ravenscourt Park are the brick-built and white render Victorian properties, which feature stunning bay windows, ornate internal plasterwork and feature sash windows. Head to Rivercourt Road for some stunning Victorian properties with four, five and six bedrooms, to Agate Road where many of the Victorian terraced houses are set over three spacious storeys, and to Dorville Crescent where many of the houses are split over four floors, offering the benefit of a lower ground floor.

There's also a healthy level of new build activity, with many of the flats to rent in Ravenscourt Park coming on stream from the many new developments - investment in the area is a great sign that there is an exciting future ahead.

In terms of 'most desirable' enclaves, properties to rent in Ravenscourt Park's Brackenbury Village are much coveted. The half brick, half render properties in the Overstone Road part of the village and the three-storey houses on Tabor Road are always in demand, especially those that have been beautifully restored and extended. One of the most handsome buildings containing properties to rent in Ravenscourt Parks is Hamlet Gardens - a collection of 122 luxury flats set in red brick Victorian building, with all rentals handled directly by Residential Land.

By renting property in Ravenscourt Park you will be benefitting from its proximity to central London and to other fashionable areas such as Hammersmith and Fulham. With its 'hidden gem' of a park and its own Tube station, residents can enjoy great transport connections combined with a sense of tranquillity.

Transport links in Ravenscourt Park

Ravenscourt Park is on the District line in Zone Two, and lies between Stamford Brook and Hammersmith stops. Also at the Tube station (District Line) are 14 Santander 'Boris Bikes' for hire. Several bus routes run through Ravenscourt Park and there are mainline rail services from nearby Shepherd's Bush, South Acton and Kensington (Olympia).

Hamlet Gardens

290 King Street W6

Hamlet Gardens

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History of Ravenscourt Park

Almost all of Ravenscourt Park's history stems from the eponymous park. The original medieval manor was recorded as far back as the 12th century and was part of the estate known as Palingswick (or Paddenswick). The lake you see today was once part of the moat that surrounded the manor house, being fed by the Stamford Brook.

During the 14th century, the manor was lived in my King Edward III's mistress, Alice Perrers, although the house was sold in 1747 to Thomas Corbett, who renamed the residence Ravenscourt. The manor house's final owner was probably its most influential. Private owner George Scott employed renowned landscape architect Humphry Repton to lay out the gardens of the estate and also encouraged the building of houses along the park's edges. The original 78 houses soon swelled and by 1845, this number had risen to 330. The park was only opened to the public as late as 1888. The manor house was sadly destroyed in the bombings of WWII, with only the stables remaining, which are now the park's tea rooms.

Attractions in Ravenscourt Park

Fait Maison at The Tea House

Set in the former stables at Ravenscourt park manor house, the Tea House features a menu bursting with freshness and flavour. The cakes, of course, are divine but don't overlook the Italian-style ice creams and seasonal salads. There's an outdoor play area for keeping the kids entertained.

The William Morris Society

Get set for a dose of creative culture with a visit to The William Morris Society in the basement of Kelmscott House at 26 Upper Mall. Here you can find out more about the life and works of English textile designer and special activist William Morris.

Brackenbury Natural Health Clinic

This is where Ravenscourt Park and Hammersmith residents head for soothing treatments and beauty therapies. The clinic boasts an enviable list of registered osteopaths, homeopaths, acupuncturists, massage therapists and instructors ready to address issue of the body and minds.

Shopping in Ravenscourt Park

W6 Garden Centre & Cafè

This garden centre is designed with the urban garden in mind - with a stock of shrubs, plants, accessories and equipment for the city-dwelling green fingered. Find time to order a meal in the on-site cafè as some of the ingredients are grown in the centre's herb garden.


This florist on King Street has provided flowers for theatres, TV shows and movie sets, illustrating the creative prowess of the florists. Drop in and have the team create a bespoke bouquet or order online and enjoy same-day local delivery.

Restaurants, Pubs & Bars in Ravenscourt Park

The Hampshire Hog

This gastro pub on King Street is open seven days a week from early until late. The venue prides itself on diversity - with a menu of responsible and seasonal food, organic and biodynamic wines, and space for people to informally work as well as meet socially.

Artisan Coffee Shop

Another great place on King Road in W6 is this coffee shop. As well as one of the best brews around, you'll find ever-changing artwork on the walls, hear an eclectically curated playlist of music and see an amazing menu that ranges from granolas, pastries and porridge to smoked salmon, salads and tarts.

The Old Ship

This Young's pub in W6 is where the thirsty head if they want fantastic views. The pub is located on an attractive stretch of the River Thames; the view can be enjoyed from the terrace or from the first floor balcony. Take a sip as you watch the sun set over London.

Indian Zing

If you go by what the food critics say, this is the place to have an Indian meal in W6. With high praise from the likes of hard-to-please Fay Maschler and Zoe Williams, Indian Zing comes highly recommended. Book now for flavourful fine dining.


A Polish restaurant which has found favour with the whole Ravenscourt Park community. Dishes that come recommended include kawa and paczki, washed down with some Polish vodka. For less formal meals, try the sister cafè next door.

Drink Me, Eat Me

It's hard to find a label that will cover all the bases at Drink Me, Eat Me on King Street. There's a mix of all the favourite foods of the owners, which encompasses sushi, frozen yoghurt, traditional tea and cakes, and retro sweet. Drop in and have your pick!

Ready to rent your next apartment in Ravenscourt Park? Get in touch with our lettings team, we'll be happy to answer any questions related to renting through Residential Land and show you our available flats in Ravenscourt Park or surrounding areas.

Hamlet Gardens

290 King Street W6

Hamlet Gardens

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