Turnham Green, United Kingdom
Chiswick Victorian House
This beautifully restored Victorian home is located in the lively area of Chiswick (West London). Originally a fishing village, the area has still managed to keep its charming riverside feel.
A popular country retreat from London in the past, the name Chiswick derives from the Old English for "cheese farm", owing to the riverside meadows and farms that are thought to have supported an annual cheese fair until the 18th century.
The house is located in a quiet residential road in the Bedford Park conservation area within easy access to Chiswick's amenities.
The 4 bedroom house is ideal for families. It is set over 3 floors; the ground floor has a spacious living area, bright open-plan kitchen with dining area and a beautiful back garden. The first floor is comprised of 2 spacious single bedrooms and a living room/TV room with a comfortable sofa bed. The master bedroom is on the second floor and has a lovely private terrace.
Turnham Green tube station is 5 minutes walk away (District Line) providing access to Central London in 20 minutes. The Piccadilly Line stops at Turnham Green in late evening.
St Pancras (Eurostar) and Heathrow are both 25 minutes away too.
Single Family Home with 2 levels
4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2000 square feet
Queen, King, Queen, and Twin
6 guests maximum
25 minutes by car
The beautiful neighbourhood of Chiswick.
Activities of Interest
- Chiswick is a lively family-friendly area, home to the Fuller's brewery and boasts the Michelin starred La Trompette, one of London's finest French restaurants.
- Chiswick High Street and Turnham Green are extremely gentrified, with pubs, bars and restaurants in abundance.
- Walk further around towards Kew and you'll reach the quaint Strand-on-the-Green, another former fishing hamlet, known for its riverside pubs.
- Notting Hill Gate and the famous Portobello Market are just 10 minutes away
- Kensington with the High Street, Gardens, Palace and Museums are just 10 mins away
Places of Interest
- St. Nicholas Church dates back to the 15th Century and is the burial place of William Hogarth, whose house was located just around the corner.
- The impressive Chiswick House is one of the most glorious examples of 18th-century British architecture and an imperious example of the Palladian style
- 40"+ TV
- Chef's Kitchen
- DVD Player
- Espresso Machine
- High Speed Internet
- Satellite/Cable TV
- Washer & Dryer
- Wireless Internet
- iPod Dock Stereo