Kewside is an exclusive development of stylish, one, two & three-bedroom Thames-side apartments and two-bedroom premier apartments. This new development is located close to Kew Bridge and within minutes of Kew Gardens, Chiswick, Brentford, and Chiswick High Road.
What does the area have to offer?
Designer shops, excellent restaurants, gastropubs, lively open-air markets, a Waitrose, Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s and Tesco. Kew offers a relaxed, village-like atmosphere, and is home to the world-famous, 300-acre Royal Botanic Gardens, with its spectacular Victorian Palm House.
What can I do for free?
With beautiful parks and open spaces, the 200-acre park at historic Syon House (pictured above) is 2.3km away, whilst Strand-on-the-Green and Gunnersbury Park are ideal for jogging or relaxing riverside walk.
Further afield, relive Fenton the dog/deer herder with Richmond Park and Wimbledon Common to explore close by.
Where can I go at the weekend?
There are so many ways to enjoy eating out in Chiswick and Kew – from relaxed, flower-decked pavement cafés to sophisticated Michelin star establishments. You’ll find great value gastropubs, busy snack bars, and quality restaurants specialising in eclectic dishes.
What's happening in the area right now?
Chiswick - the next foodie capital of London
The new food and drink festival, EatChiswick has firm intentions to capitalize on the array of restaurants, bars, pubs, and food outlets offered by Chiswick. With self-guided tours from breweries to chocolatiers, EatChiswick intends to position the area as the foodie capital of London through reputation rather than hearsay.
For further detail, here’s an article by GetWestLondon.
*Image credit to Thaddeus Maximus via Flickr