Located in the Borough of Lambeth, Gipsy Hill is a road that runs right through the surrounding district, which has also become known by the same name. The area was named after a group of gypsies that called it home and today is a popular residential neighbourhood that is or has been home to a variety of famous residents such as Kate Thornton and Daniel Kitson. Gipsy Hill is considered a major cultural hub in London with numerous museums and galleries in close proximity. It is just a short distance to South London Gallery while Tate Britain and the Imperial War Museum are also close by.
Gipsy Hill has a number of offices to rent which are occupied by a variety of businesses and professionals. Some of the companies you will find here include accountants, landscape contractors, employment agencies, builders & building material suppliers, and surveyors- to name but a few.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Entertainment is available in abundance around Gipsy Hill. Those who enjoy laughter will be thrilled with the Banana Cabaret and Up the Creek, both of which offer stand-up comedy acts. For those who enjoy theatre performances the White Bear Theatre or Battersea Arts Centre will be ideal. Movie addicts can head down to Greenwich Picturehouse or Shortwave Cinema. Gipsy Hill caters for many different tastes when it comes to dining out, as there are many different kinds of restaurants in the area. You can enjoy the traditional British menu at Twenty-Five or head to Joanna’s, which is a wonderful Brasserie in the district. Numidie served up great African cuisine while Palace Spice brings a taste of India to Gipsy Hill.
Gipsy Hill is directly linked to the over ground rail-network via Gipsy Hill Railway Station, although Sydenham Hill Railway Station is also within easy reach. There are bus services operating throughout the area and taxis are also plentiful, which means access to efficient road transportation.