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After a successful third quarter, our Chiswick team are sharing the good fortune with their community


With a large number of successful property transactions taking place since the lockdown was lifted for the property industry in mid-May, Paul Cooney MNAEA, the Director of Horton & Garton Chiswick decided it was important to share the good fortune. It is so often…

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From finding your perfect tenants, to monitoring local legislation changes: why West London landlords need us now more than ever


Lettings Manager for Shepherd’s Bush, Chiswick and Hammersmith, Ashley Clements MARLA MNAEA explains what Horton and Garton can bring to your property portfolio The lettings landscape is changing. West London landlords are increasingly concerned with the tenant…

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Islamic art show explores William Morris’s inspiration


A new online exhibition examines the influence of Islamic art on the British Arts & Crafts movement, and one of Hammersmith’s most famous sons, William Morris.Entitled ‘A Place in Pattern: Islamic Art and its Influence in British Arts & Crafts’, the show…

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The Hogarth 500


We will walk 500 miles and we will walk 500 more! With the current restrictions in place, it feels like part of life is on pause. We may have missed the signature spirit evoked by the London Marathon but Team Horton and Garton is about to embark upon The Hogarth 500 -…

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Schools In Chiswick: Where To Live Nearby


When looking for a property within the W4 postcode, families’ decisions are often driven by the proximity to Chiswick schools. In this blog, we highlight some of the most popular schools in Chiswick and where to live nearby.  West London is known to be an exceptionally…

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The results are in: our Hammersmith and Shepherd’s Bush sales team are head and shoulders above the rest


We put our sales team's stats under the microscope and the results speak volumes Rightmove reports that “the average number of days from listed to sale agreed in London is now 49.”  They also found that a price reduction on a newly-listed home left it with only a “one…

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Help save Hammersmith’s Lyric Theatre


Hammersmith’s Lyric Theatre is turning to its supporters to ask for help to ensure its survival as a top-tier drama centre The Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith has launched a £50,000 crowdfunding appeal as it wrestles with the effects of the pandemic and works to find a…

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Bedford Park – Why move to the first garden suburb?


If you live in Chiswick, or have a keen interest in architecture, textiles or design it’s likely you’ll know of Bedford Park. Described as the world’s first garden suburb, its creation was a model that many planners sought to emulate in the Garden city movement and in…

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Free cycle training sessions ready to get you pedalling


A range of new free cycle training sessions have been launched to help get people pedalling across Hammersmith and Shepherds Bush The sessions cater for all levels of rider, from those who’ve never cycled before, to those who ride regularly, but want more confidence…

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The Joy of Six: A record week for our lettings team


Lettings negotiator Dominika Sielawa makes her own ‘rule of six’, agreeing the terms on an amazing six lets in five days. Last month we were overjoyed to welcome lettings negotiator Dominika Sielawa back to our lettings team and now, after an outstanding week smashing…

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