Felicity J Lord estate agents in Chiswick have the expert local knowledge to help you sell your property or find the home of your dreams so you can move on swiftly to the next chapter in your life. Chiswick is a fantastic place to live for so many reasons - it's history, theatre, art, transport links, places to eat and drink and education.
There are many elements within the different types of houses in Chiswick that have a lot of history behind them. Heathfield Terrace and Grove Park Terrace date back to the early 1800s which show the traditional symmetrical properties, possessing charm and character, often mistaken for a row of terrace houses as they are adjoined by recessed doorways. This style of housing was continued throughout the 1960s in areas like Oxford Road and Cambridge Road and slowly became the Italianate style of semi-detached houses. Strand on the Green and Grove Park Road adopted the medieval and Tudor building styles with gables, carved stone work and turrets. H J Whitman was particularly successful in his use of the vernacular elements such as casement windows and porches. His house designs are found on Barrowgate Road from the early 1900s. Walter Hearn was another local architect working in the same tradition. He built Belfairs (1898) in Grove Park Gardens, in red brick and white rough-cast with beautiful stained glass, bulbous chimneys and a separate coach house.
For transport options, Chiswick is not short of choice! It offers national rail services from Chiswick station - services from here are direct to Waterloo in less than 30 minutes. Routes to Victoria and Clapham Junction are also frequent. The District Line runs parallel to Chiswick High Road, Chiswick Park (Zone 3) and Turnham Green (Zone 2). Gunnersbury station has an Overground Line. King’s Cross and Victoria can be reached in less than 30 minutes. Bus routes provide easy access to residents - the E3 starts in Grove Park and is very regular, useful for residents of Grove Park to reach the tube and High Road. The 190 and 272 also weave through Grove Park and link to Shepherds Bush and towards Hammersmith and Fulham. Cyclists can also find access to more central London very easy.
Chiswick High Road offers a range of quality restaurants and traditional public houses. It offers the popular Jackson & Rye with its American Diner breakfast menu; along with the independent cafes such as Barley Mow and Gails all found in the core of Chiswick. Public houses are all very friendly and offer a great environment to socialise. The Lamb is a local favorite which offers a range of snacks as well as the George and Devonshire found on Burlington Lane which is also a Grade II listed public house.
Chiswick is the home of many young professionals and families. Apartments are sold very quickly due to the high demand of professional couples looking to be in Chiswick. Three bedroom houses make up large part of the market place with families opting to remain in the area. The quality of the schools in Chiswick attracts a large number of families to the beautiful Victorian terrace houses that line the streets. Many families locate to Chiswick for the convenience to the city and the quality of the schools. There are many schools in and around Chiswick, Belmont being one of the most popular Primary Schools achieving the best grades around in 2012 and 2013. Grove Park achieved 100% in Mathematics and English also in these years. There are several private schools which range in fees and are worth a visit. Secondary Schools are also varied; Gunnersbury Catholic School and Chiswick Community School are just two on offer as a couple of the most popular for their high percentage of success onto university places.
We cover Chiswick's most sought after areas such as Turnham Green, Grove Park and Bedford Park as well as the surrounding pockets of villages including Ravenscourt Park and Kew Bridge - this includes postcode areas of W4 1, W4 2, W4 3, W4 4, W4 5, W3 0, W3 3, W3 6, W3 7, W3 8, W3 9, TW 8, W6 6, W6 7, W6 8, W6 9, W12.
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The finishing post for the Boat Race is just downstream of Chiswick Bridge.
Historically Chiswick has been the home of the poets Alexander Pope and W. B. Yeats, the Italian revolutionary Ugo Foscolo, the Impressionist painter Camille Pissarro and the novelist E. M. Forster.
Food and drink remain a feature of Chiswick life to this day. Fuller, Smith & Turner, for instance, have been brewing some very fine ales here for the last 350 years.
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