chiswick house

Situated in the London Borough of Hounslow, West London (W1), Chiswick is an upper-middle-class area, popular with both families and professionals.

Chiswick town is an excellent West London area if you are considering to move in as it offers a combination of picturesque riverside locations, as well as a large choice of shops, entertainment and restaurants.

Strand-on-the-Green is truly the nearest thing you’ll find to a beach in London and many family pubs, including ‘The City Barge’, are based right by the water, offering relaxing and stunning views.


Chiswick is surrounded with plenty of independent retailers. These include everything from ’Hedone’, a Michelin-rated restaurant, to various individual and quirky gift shops, such as ‘Something Nice’, situated at Turnham Green Terrace.

There are a number of historical locations to visit, including the beautifully restored Chiswick House and Gardens and St. Nicholas Church, the original heart of the town. You can also visit the home of William Hogarth, the famous 18th-century painter and cartoonist.


Chiswick boasts a very stable housing market, with property prices up 3% from 2014. Availability ranges from luxury flats and detached houses. The style of the architecture reflects the history of the town, combining an elegant selection of Georgian, Edwardian and Victorian buildings.

The choice of schools in the local area is impressive and it caters for both private and state schooling of all ages. This includes The William Hogarth Primary School, Chiswick Secondary School and the Arts Educational School Chiswick.


Chiswick features a choice of relaxing and beautiful landscapes to visit. Whether taking a leisurely stroll by the river or visiting the beautiful Gunnersbury Triangle Nature Reserve, there really is something for everybody.

Based on the riverside, Dukes Meadows Park is a popular family attraction, with an adventure playground, large playing fields and paddling pool.

There are also many local cycling routes in Chiswick, including a club for residents. With Kew Gardens just up the road, you’ll be spoilt for choice.


If arts and culture are your cup of tea, then Chiswick is the place for you. Ideal for commuting into central London, Chiswick is known for its creative community and features attractions such as the Tabard Theatre and the historic Fullers Brewery.

Children are encouraged to fully participate, with the Chiswick Theatre Arts offering musical and drama training for the under 18’s.

It’s also worth visiting Chiswick Bridge, to view the famous finishing point of the Oxford and Cambridge boat race.


Chiswick Park underground station offers easy access to central London. There are also nearby Gunnersbury and Turnham Green stations.

A large number of public buses are available and travel time from the main overground Chiswick train station, into Waterloo, is approximately 25 minutes.



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