Where to live wizard
According to feedback from SpareRoom users, this area has the following characteristics:
- Double Room
- £188 pw
- Single Room
- £154 pw
- Chiswick Park
- Kew Bridge
- South Acton
- Stamford Brook
- Turnham Green
- Excellent transport communications into and out of town. Lotsa green spaces and Kew and Richmond close by.
- A traditional arts and crafts area of West London, close to chic Chiswick High Street and Turnham Green Terrace, a short bus ride from Westfield but leafy and historic buildings with family detached and semi houses.
- I LOVE CHISWICK
- Very green beautiful, great parks river and great connections, tubes x 3 - Chiswick Park, Gunnersbury and Turnham Green.
- Combines both urban and suburban feel.
- I moved to Chiswick 4 months ago and have never looked back! It's accessible to everywhere yet still has a very villagy feel. Great shops, bars and cafes/restaurants as well as parks and of course the river. A great place for families or single, young professionals.
- One of London's best and most sought after areas - very civilized - great cafe society - Jamie Olivers new restaurant "Union Jacks" just opened- also Ant and Decs Chiswick Brasserie great pubs, restaurants, very good shops, fashionable. Chiswick is next to Hammersmith and a little further Kensington High Street - well to do residents, mixture of families/singles/some artists and famous residents. Lots of green open spaces nearby - Chiswick Park, Kew Gardens, Turnham Green, Acton Green, Dukes Road, independent art shops, a lovely area near the river with historic pubs and a community feel - everyone that visits likes it and wants to live here.
- Fantastic place to live! Very central with great transport links. Great upmarket bars, coffee houses, resturants and shops. Lots of parks and of course the river
- Chiswick is an absolutely gorgeous area with tons of cool coffee shops,patio restaurants, tons of green space and the ideal spot for summer! Love it here :)
- Grove Park is a quiet, friendly and safe area of London, within easy reach of the city, and all the conveniences of a small town. It's situated along a gorgeous part of the river, with it's quaint pubs and Kew Gardens only a stones throw away.
- Grove Park is the tucked away, less hectic bit of Chiswick, perfect for clean air, weekend walks and relaxation. It also boasts excellent riverside pubs and local restaurants as well as good transport links into central London and out to SW
- Tucked away between roads and railways Gunnersbury is surprisingly quiet, full of young families but has lively bar in Fauconberg Road. 7 minutes to station.
- Buzzy area lots of shops cafes and restaurants, popular with singles and young couples.