Although it is effectively a small town in its own right, Brentford, TW8, is part of the wider borough of Hounslow in West London, about eight miles from the centre of London. The town sits on the confluence of the River Brent and the River Thames, with its name originating from its history as the traditional site of a major river crossing. The property in Brentford is extremely popular with professionals and families, particularly due to its proximity to the city and its good transport links. Many families favour the area because of the larger properties and the relative abundance of gardens, compared to the city-centre properties favoured by young professionals.
If you are a Brentford property owner looking to sell, or a landlord with a property to let in Brentford, then with the right estate agent you will find it easy to successfully market your property and there will be plenty of people wanting to view it. Our Brentford property team will help you find the best buyer or tenant. If you are looking to buy a flat or house in West London, or if you're looking to rent, Brentford has a wide choice to offer and our team have the local knowledge and property expertise to help you find the perfect property.
Longfield Avenue, Ealing, London
Guide price £500,000
A stylish MODERN apartment with a BALCONY in the highly desirable DICKENS YARD development in Ealing Broadway. The property benefits from a range of on-site amenities including a CONCIERGE, RESIDENTS'...
Boston Road, Hanwell
Guide price £370,000
A stunning upper ground floor maisonette with a GARDEN in the heart of Hanwell. The property benefits from FITTED STORAGE and WOODEN FLOORS THROUGHOUT and consists of a MODERN FITTED...
Albany Road, Brentford
A charming terraced house with RESIDENTS' PARKING and a PRIVATE GARDEN in the heart of Brentford. The property benefits from FITTED STORAGE and WOODEN FLOORING and consists of a DESIGNER...
Wallis House, Great West Quarter...
Guide price £325,000
A larger than average studio apartment with SECURE UNDERGROUND PARKING and WOODEN FLOORS THROUGHOUT in Wallis House in the prestigious Great West Quarter development in Brentford. The property benefits from...
Shrewsbury Walk, Isleworth
Guide price £365,000
A delightful apartment with RESIDENTS' PARKING in Old Isleworth. The property benefits from AMPLE STORAGE and an ENTRYPHONE SYSTEM and consists of a SEPARATE FITTED KITCHEN, SPACIOUS RECEPTION ROOM, TILED...
The Mall, Ealing
£1700 pcm | Tenant Info -
A spacious DUPLEX flat with OFF STREET PARKING moments from the heart of Ealing Broadway. This TOP FLOOR property benefits from EAVES STORAGE and consists of a spacious DUAL ASPECT...
King Street, London
Location - The property is located on King Street moments from Ravenscourt Park Station. Hammersmith station is within 10 minutes' walk. Description -Premium: £40,000. A rarely available commercial unit suitable...
Northfield Avenue, London
Location - The property is located on the ever popular Northfield Avenue, Ealing. This unit is within few minutes' walk to Northfields Tube Station.Description - Premium: £40,000. Rarely available corner...
Maldon Road, Acton
£4117 pcm | Tenant Info -
A stunning extended Edwardian house with RESIDENTS' PARKING and a PRIVATE GARDEN in the heart of Acton. The property benefits from FITTED STORAGE and WOODEN FLOORING and consists of a...
Selby Road, Ealing
£2495 pcm | Tenant Info -
A spacious SEMI DETACHED family home with a PRIVATE GARDEN and FREE PARKING in the desirable Pitshanger area of Ealing. The property boasts a wealth of PERIOD FEATURES including a...
Brentford has a number of London Underground stations nearby, and is also connected to the London Overground by Gunnersbury Tube Station. There are several mainline train stations (Brentford, Kew Bridge and Syon Lane) that provide commuters with easy access in and out of the centre of the city. There is a wide-ranging network of local buses serving the area, and good cycle routes along some of the major roads leaving the town. The area is close to the M4, meaning it is well connected to the West of England and Wales.
Brentford has a number of interesting cultural and historical sites enjoyed by local residents. The area is thought to have been home to pre-Roman tribes in Britain, and much of its history pre-dates that of London itself. In Roman times, Julius Cesar is said to have crossed the River Brent at this point in 54BC. More recently, Brentford has seen the establishment of the Grand Junction Canal (now the Grand Union Canal) in 1805, and the dock area is still a major architectural feature of the town.
There are a number of parks and gardens in the area, and interesting sites such as Syon House, the residence of the Duke of Northumberland, which has an extensive park and gardens. Some of the marshy land in the area has been designated a public nature reserve, and is home to an array of wildlife.
The area boasts a number of well-respected primary and secondary schools, both state and private. The state-funded Gunnersbury Catholic School has been rated as outstanding by Ofsted, and many others in the local area have been given a rating of 'good'. Kew House School is a modern independent school catering for secondary-age children. The presence of all of these schools make the Brentford area very popular for both property sales and rentals. Need help from a Brentford letting agent or estate agency that has property expertise, local area knowledge, and great customer service? Contact us.
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