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Chippenham Road, Maida Hill – The Squirrel Pub

London W, London

1,500 sqft


Bar & Restaurant


Shop Share


A Little About This Space

This intersection of Maida Hill’s wide tree-lined avenues is a common thoroughfare for its affluent residents heading to the Maida Vale, Notting Hill or Portobello Road. The unique event space is a former neighbourhood pub and has a fully fitted kitchen and bar, certified with an A4 alcohol license.


Elgin Avenue plays host to young professionals and affluent families passing by on their way to Maida vale’s independent bars and restaurants. The nearby Maida Hill market opens its doors from 8am to 6pm Monday to Saturday, hosting a variety of contemporary stalls from fresh produce and street food to handmade gifts and clothing. It attracts regular food shoppers throughout the week and is busiest on Saturdays with the weekend browsers and locals heading out for lunch. Maida Vale underground station is a 13-minute walk away, while Westbourne Park is only a 7-minute walk. They both provide direct links to for local professionals to central London and the nearby Paddington Station.


Located on the same intersection you will find Dhaba@49, a well-regarded local Indian restaurant, a local pharmacy, and a William Hill betting shop. The intersection is surrounded by residential properties. Maida Hill is a 5-minute walk down the avenue where you will find the local market, shops and restaurants.


  • Lighting
  • Shelves
  • Counters
  • Heating
  • Toilets
  • Stock room
  • Basement

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Home Truths

While the intersection is a little quiet and doesn’t draw much direct traffic, the pub sits on an eye-catching corner plot on the main avenue that connects Maida Hill and Maida Vale.