With its charming combination of old world appeal and modern chic, our Chiswick estate agents agree that the region presents some of the finest prospects for potential property owners in West London.
Known for its cultural flair and diverse population, it has something to offer everyone. Packed with independent shops, organic cafes and delis, it's villagey vibe and proximity to the river and Central London, make Chiswick a popular choice for the discerning buyer.
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Chiswick property offers a variety of options for buyers, ranging from Palladian and Neoclassical styles to industrial and contemporary cool. Several period buildings have been renovated into classy modern terraced flats, while newer projects have also been underway.
Main areas for real estate include Chiswick Homefields, Chiswick Riverside, and Turnham Green, offering several attractive options for potential buyers. Its distinct combination is definitive of London's ever evolving urban style, while maintaining its traditional charm.
Though it may slightly vary between Ealing and Hounslow areas, Chiswick council tax generally starts at around £900 for band A and goes up to around £2700 for band H.
With a wide variety of state-funded and independent schools in the region, Chiswick is also home to esteemed institutions which have garnered excellent results in recent GCSEs, particularly the Chiswick School. It also includes specialized schools such as the acclaimed Ravenscourt Theatre School catering to ages 4 to 16, making Chiswick London a great choice for drama lovers.
Chiswick W4 appeals to a variety of buyers, from young professionals and families, to people with a fascination for history and culture as well as a convenient commuting point. It’s home to several notable figures, including: William Hogarth, Alexander Pope, Helen Mirren, Hugh Grant and several others.
Chiswick's newer buyers are generally professionals seeking their first or second property as well as families hoping to enjoy the cultural allure of the area. Its ideal location means that residents can still thrive on London's festive atmosphere as well as enjoy the diversity of neighboring areas.
Chiswick boasts some of London's most historic locales, so culture connoisseurs will adore a visit to Hogarth House, Chiswick House, and several other charming locations. Lovers of good food and drink can satiate their taste buds at a variety of pubs and restaurants throughout the area like the Mawson Arms, the Old Packhorse, the Griffin Brewery or, while away a few hours at one of the many new waterside gastro pubs dotted along the river.
Chiswick is also home to many picturesque churches, parks and gardens like Dukes Meadows, which features a football pitch and is home to rugby, rowing, and golf clubs as well as a children's water play area. Chiswick Common is the sports headquarters with the Rocks Lane Multi Sports Centre, home to several facilities, and numerous points for boating on the river.
Of all the great advantages of living in West London, one of Chiswick's prime benefits is its close proximity to the Central London area and all its attractions. As well as being on several major bus routes, it has tube stations include Stamford Brook, Turnham Green, Chiswick Park and Gunnersbury on the Piccadilly and District Lines which means a skip away from Kensington Park and other popular locales as well as easy access to the National Rail Service. It is also a convenient distance from Heathrow Airport and major motorways, making it ideal for weekend holiday goers.
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London W4 2DR
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