Buying, selling, renting and letting properties in west London
If you're looking for the sophistication of central London but want a bit more open space, moving west is a good option. Whether north or south of the river, Barnes, Brook Green, Chiswick, Richmond and Ealing offer a family friendly town-like atmosphere.
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Brook Green and Chiswick
Bordering on traditional hotspots such as Kensington and Notting Hill, Brook Green is west London's best kept secret, offering a leafy family feel as well as a sense of community so often missing in some parts of London. Chiswick further appeals to families with open space, a riverside lifestyle and a fantastic range of large homes.
Find out more about Brook Green, for more space for your money, whilst remaining within striking distance of central London with choice of underground stations nearby.
Find out more about Chiswick, for a fantastic community vibe and easy links out to Heathrow and the west country.
Barnes and Richmond
Barnes and Richmond a lifestyle based around the river, resembling that of a town rather than a major city. Open space and large family homes dominant the area with particularly attractive Edwardian and Victorian properties can be found around Barnes Common and Richmond Park.
Find out more about Barnes if you are interested in living in one of the only London villages, complete with a duck pond, which is a quite unique to Barnes.
Find out more about Richmond for a riverside lifestyle, train links to Waterloo in 19 minutes.
Located 12 miles from the City of London, Ealing was historically know as the "Queen of the Suburbs", with its parkland and rural feel earning its title.
Ealing meets all the prerequisites of families who are searching for the advantages of being close to central London but with all the needs of a growing family catered for. From one and two bedroom flats to prime detached Victorian and Edwardian houses with large gardens, Ealing offers one of the broadest spectrums of property that can be found in any London suburb.
Find out more about Ealing.