Chiswick Hall House
6 Stile Hall Gardens, London W4
Chiswick Hall House comprises six exquisitely specified one- and two-bedroom apartments and a two-bedroom Duplex in a leafy residential part of Chiswick. The two one-bedroom and five two-bedroom homes have been designed to provide the ultimate in comfortable living in a highly desirable part of London, just a couple of minutes walk from the famous ´Strand on the Green´, arguably one of the most attractive and certainly exclusive stretches of London´s River Thames. All homes will benefit from south-facing gardens/terraces or balconies and will have access to the adjacent private courtyard.
Chiswick Hall House is located within easy commuting distance from central London as it is situated very conveniently just a short walk from Kew Bridge railway station which provides trains every 15 minutes at peak times to Waterloo Station; the journey takes approximately 40 minutes.
There is easy access to Junction One of the M4 motorway nearby and Gunnersbury underground station is a brisk 10 minute walk away which is served by the District Line. A five minute stroll will take you to the stunningly beautiful, Strand-On-The-Green, home to TV celebrities, which is located immediately to the east of Kew Bridge, along the north bank of the River Thames.
The area is renowned as a particularly picturesque part of London. A footpath runs along the bank of the river, overlooked by numerous imposing 18th-century houses and historic local pubs, namely:
The Bell & Crown, licensed since 1751, closest to Kew Bridge.
The City Barge, licensed since 1786, was largely destroyed by a bomb during World War Two, and the old bar is all that remains of the original inn. Featured in the 1965 Beatles film Help!
The Bull’s Head, licensed since 1722, farthest eastfrom Kew Bridge.
Not far away is Chiswick High Road with a superb blend of shops, wine bars, cafes, tea rooms, doctors, dentists, supermarkets, art galleries, hairdressers, beauty salons and much more.
Chiswick is known for its beautiful stately homes and places of interest to visit, namely, Syon Park, Chiswick House, Hogarth House and The Royal Palace and Botanical Gardens at Kew.