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- 528 Sq Ft of living space
- Modern Development
- Free resident parking
- 24 hour concierge
- 993 Long Lease
- On site gym
- No onward chain
- Close proximity to the river Thames
- Easy commute to central London
For skyline views, secure residential development with first class amenities such as gym, 24 hours concierge, allocated parking, landscape gardens and more, look no further than this modern, one double bedroom apartment offering spacious living area and outdoor space. The Thames is a just a stone throw away and the exquisite Kew Gardens are on your doorstep.
This modern, luxury one double bedroom apartment on the 5th floor with 528sq ft of living space was built by St James Property developers and launched in 2014.
The development is located to enjoy a true "London village" lifestyle with a traditional cricket green just minutes away in Kew Village, yet with one of London's most stylish shopping malls also within easy reach.
From Kew Bridge West there is an extensive choice of restaurants and bars from fine dining restaurants to traditional English pubs.
Entertainment on offer includes specialist museums, theatrical performances, traditional fetes and fairs and iconic sporting venues.
If you like to start your day with a workout, you have the use of a fully equipped gym on site! Never again worry about missing the deliveries of your parcels with a 24 hour concierge, and soak up the sun, whilst catching up with your neighbours in the landscaped gardens that surround the development.
If that is not enough, park your car in a secure resident parking space and your visitors get to benefit from a free visitor parking as well!
Walking distance to Chiswick & Kew Village
7km to Westfield
Adjacent to the Steam Museum
A 300m walk to Kew Bridge Rail Station
30 minute journey to London Waterloo
Tube access at Kew Gardens & Gunnersbury
Abundant bus services
Less than 1km to M4
DID YOU KNOW?
The settlement of Brentford pre-dates the Roman occupation of Britain, and thus pre-dates the founding of nearby London. Many pre-Roman artefacts have been excavated in and around the area in Brentford known as 'Old England'. The quality and quantity of the artefacts suggests that Brentford was a meeting point for pre-Romanic tribes.
The Celtic knot pattern (the 'Brentford Knot') on this item has been copied for use on modern jewellery.
Brentford is the first point on the tidal portion of the River Thames. Partly for this reason it has been suggested that Julius Cæsar crossed the Thames here during his invasion of Britain in 54 BC, and the Brentford Monument outside the County Court asserts that a battle took place here at this time between Cæsar's forces and Cassivellaunus.