Chiswick


Chiswick Area Guide

Chiswick is renowned for being an affluent suburb of London with excellent road and rail links and an impressive selection of restaurants, cafes and boutiques. These amenities, coupled with the open spaces of Chiswick House and Gardens and Dukes Meadows, make Chiswick an ideal location for families to settle.

The town is unusual, in that the majority of properties are either Victorian or Edwardian with few examples of late 20th-century architecture. The various types of properties for sale and to rent in Chiswick include Georgian riverside properties, Victorian cottages and Edwardian houses along with a few modern developments, mainly on the sites which once housed Chiswick’s light industry.

Chiswick’s most popular neighbourhoods include Strand- on-the-Green, on the riverside next to Kew Bridge; Grove Park, south of the High Road by Chiswick House and Gardens; Gunnersbury, which hosts Chiswick Business Park and is next to Gunnersbury Park; and the Bedford Park Conservation Area, a pretty location filled with Queen Anne-style houses north of Turnham Green.

The High Road is Chiswick’s heart, hosting an array of shops and restaurants stretching over two miles from Chiswick Park Underground station to Hammersmith Broadway. At its western end stands Chiswick Business Park, which serves as the headquarters of nearly 50 companies.

If you are looking to rent or buy property in Chiswick, Thorgills have a wide variety of residential and commercial properties available. Get in touch with our friendly estate and letting agent team who will be happy to help.

 

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