Kew Borders Area Information

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Situated at the point where Brentford meets Chiswick, Kew Borders has the kind of idyllic atmosphere that makes Central London seem much further away than the 30 minute train ride from nearby Kew Bridge station. The riverbank opposite Kew Gardens is the site of a trio of historic pubs, some grand Georgian residences and a couple of unusual museum collections. The retro-futurism of the Kew Bridge Steam Museum and the war-scarred City Barge pub lend an air of English quirkiness to a corner of West London that is already popular with young families and corporate workers. The stretch of river east of the bridge is known as the Strand-on-the-Green and is the focal point of much of the social activity around this area.

New rental property developments like Kew Bridge and similarly named Kew Bridge West, have been sympathetically blended in with the riverside architecture and have seen a growing number of professionals preferring Kew Borders to even Chiswick. Convenient transport links via the overground rail route into Waterloo make travelling into the West End and the City a simple and direct affair. The nearby Chiswick roundabout joins up with the M4 motorway which means that an expedition to Windsor Castle, Legoland or the Cotswolds can be undertaken with minimum fuss. The iconic Georgian crescents of Richmond are a short hop along the District line from Gunnersbury Underground station.

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