Set within the London Borough of Hounslow in West London, Isleworth, TW7, has been dubbed by the media as the 'affordable town on the Thames'. The area is on the opposite side of the river to Kew Gardens and its neighbours include the more famous Richmond and Twickenham. Isleworth started life as a village and still retains that village feeling, albeit on a slightly larger scale, as well as offering riverside scenery. Its 'affordable' label makes Isleworth very popular with property buyers and tenants alike.
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Isleworth has enjoyed popularity throughout history. During the 18th century it was particularly fashionable with aristocrats. It is said that Charles Dickens was often found enjoying local pubs such as the London Apprentice. Houses and flats here are usually period properties, although there are some modern building developments planned which will sympathetically fit in with the local vernacular.
You will find Victorian, Georgian, Art Deco and some more modern architecture here. The lovely mix of detached, semi-detached and terraced properties gives Isleworth a residential community feeling, but its location puts all of London's amenities on your doorstep.
The area is particularly attractive to corporate professionals and young families. There are some great schools in the vicinity, notably Grove Park and Belmont primary schools and St Mark's and The Green School secondary schools. Isleworth benefits from many quieter residential roads, which are closed to through traffic and are perfect for growing families with younger kids. Isleworth has a public library, public leisure centre with swimming pool and various gyms. There are four recreation grounds, which is hardly surprising in such a green area.
In addition to the beautiful area of Old Isleworth, with its Georgian houses and parish church right on the river, Isleworth has some great neighbouring towns that you can also explore. These include Richmond Park and Kew Gardens for enjoying the great outdoors and Kingston and Hounslow for excellent shopping.
It is worth noting that Isleworth is not famed for its shopping, but it has some lovely boutiques and large supermarkets, so you will not feel marooned. There is a small but attractive range of eateries and cafes in Isleworth which offer a diverse mix of international food and simple gastro pub dining.
Transport links are good in Isleworth with bus, Underground, mainline and road links aplenty. You will be in Zone 4 in this area whilst nearby Hounslow stations are in Zone 5. There is a direct route to Waterloo from Isleworth train station on London Road which takes 40 minutes, and you can catch a Piccadilly line train at Osterley Station and be in the West End in 35 minutes.
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