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Estate Agents in Chiswick

Chiswick will charm you. We think the area should come with a warning: once you’ve lived here, you won’t ever want to move! Thinking of buying or renting in Chiswick? Our team of local specialists are here to help.

If you’re a ‘flat earther’ who believes London drops off at Hammersmith, we encourage you to stroll down the leafy streets of Chiswick – a true West London gem with a laidback village feel. It’s this village atmosphere that attracts jaded Londoners from far and wide – particularly Notting Hill, Kensington and Fulham ‘refugees’ (as we call them!). W4 locals are a smug bunch, and rightly so. The neighbourhood has everything your heart could desire… from a variety of independent offerings to the trifecta of Waitrose, M&S and Sainsbury’s. An ultimate destination for growing families, Chiswick is home two private members’ clubs: Maggie & Rose for kiddies (and their parents), and High Road House – part of the Soho House group – for grown-ups (and kiddies on weekends!).

Brunch? The al fresco tables at High Road Brasserie are the place to see and be seen. Stroll down ‘The Terrace’ (Turnham Green Terrace) south towards the High Road and wealth of local institutions ranging from the butcher and fishmonger to an ultra-cool pinball lounge. Turn north to find the historic Tabard Pub and Theatre alongside the shops of Bedford Corner. The popular boutiques and cafés on Devonshire Road are joined by a wine bar, craft beer pub and the incomparable Michelin-starred La Trompette. With the boutique Chiswick Cinema set to open in late 2021, W4 really does have it all. As with Shepherd’s Bush and Hammersmith, the larger neighbourhood of Chiswick is comprised of several micro-areas – communities within the larger neighbourhood – ranging from Strand on the Green, with her historic riverside pubs and beautiful vistas, to beautiful Bedford Park. Explore Chiswick’s micro-areas here.

Areas We Cover in West London

Properties For Sale In Chiswick / Properties To Let In Chiswick

 

  • For Sale  •  £1,175,000  •  Strauss Road, Bedford Park borders  •  W4

    • Type: House
    • Availability: For Sale
    • Bedrooms: 3
    • Bathrooms: 2
    • Reception Rooms: 2
  • For Sale  •  £799,999  •  Fauconberg Road, Grove Park  •  W4

    • Availability: For Sale
    • Bedrooms: 3
    • Bathrooms: 2
    • Reception Rooms: 1
  • For Sale  •  £750,000  •  Copenhagen Gardens  •  W4

    • Type: House
    • Availability: For Sale
    • Bedrooms: 2
    • Bathrooms: 1
    • Reception Rooms: 1
  • To Let  •  £461 pw  •  Spencer Road, Grove Park  •  W4

    • Type: Flat / Apartment
    • Availability: To Let
    • Bedrooms: 3
    • Bathrooms: 2
    • Reception Rooms: 1

Frequently Asked Questions About Chiswick

Chiswick is home to Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian and 1920s, ‘30s and ‘40s architecture. Whether you find art deco apartments, a Norman Shaw masterpiece in the world’s first garden suburb, a chocolate box Victorian terrace, handsome red brick Edwardian house or a substantial ‘30s semi will depend on the individual street in which you stand. Period architecture sits seamlessly aside modern developments like Chiswick Green Studios and several newly completed developments in the Gunnersbury and Chiswick Park areas.

When it comes to property prices, studio flats start around £250,000 and the largest houses can command in excess of £3,000,000. If you’re renting in Chiswick, you can expect to spend between £1,000 per calendar month to in excess of £10,000 – depending on your requirements and budget. Naturally, property prices correlate to location, location, location so our encyclopaedic knowledge of each W4 street means whatever your requirements, we’ll find your next home.

Affluent Londoners looking for a village vibe choose Chiswick. W4 locals know the importance of a strong, supportive community – move here and you’ll be asked to join your road’s WhatsApp or email group. Summer street parties and much-loved annual fetes like Green Days, part of the annual Bedford Park Festival, and the Party on the Pier give the feel of a village oasis. Chiswick has a mature vibe; awash with trendy restaurants and pubs, you won’t find many places open until the small hours. Whilst the area attracts families from all over the world who are looking to put down roots, you’ll also find well-off young professionals and retiring downsizers buying and renting here. However… you’ve been warned! Move here and you’ll stay a lifetime!