St John at Hampstead stands at
the west end of Church
Row, one of Hampstead's most notable streets.
St John at Hampstead is the parish
church, built in 1745, and is
one of the most complete Georgian streets in London, with
much of its original detail and ironwork still intact.The
iron gates are earlier and come from Canons Park in Edgware.
Inside the church is a bust of
the poet John Keats, who lived in Hampstead before his early
death 1821. The painter John Constable and his wife
are buried in the wooded churchyard and many eminent Hampstead
residents are buried in the adjoining cemetery.