- Split level 2 double bedroom apartment
- Sought after location moments from the river
- Light and airy throughout
- Chain free
- Contemporary bathroom
- Open-plan reception room/kitchen
- Excellent condition
- Excellent transport links
- Located on the second & third floor
- Easy access to Kew Bridge Station and the A4/M4 in and out of city
A recently refurbished two double bedrooms' split-level apartment set moments from the River Thames, Chiswick High Road, Chiswick Business Park and Kew Bridge Station, offers a fantastic living space with an open-plan reception room with oak flooring, contemporary kitchen with integrated appliances, and a modern bathroom suite. The property has been maintained very well and is sure to impress first time buyers and buy to let investors alike. Offered to the market with no chain.
Stile Hall Parade offers a sought-after location moment from central Chiswick and Kew for local amenities, bars, restaurants and river views of Strand-on-the-Green. Gunnersbury station is within comfortable walking distance, (District Line & Overground). Kew Bridge Station (National Rail) is also very close by, which is on the South West train network, providing direct links to Clapham Junction and further to Waterloo.
Lease Expires: 2143 (123 Years)
Ground Rent: £250 per annum.
Service Charge: To be confirmed.
Council Tax: £1,890 per year (Band E).
Local Authority: Hounslow.
Total Sq Ft: 672 (62.4 Sq M) Approx.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Chiswick is a district of west London, England. Most of it is in the London Borough of Hounslow. Other parts of the W4 postcode area, including Chiswick Park tube station, Acton Green, and much of Bedford Park are in the London Borough of Ealing. It contains Hogarth's House, the former residence of the 18th-century English artist William Hogarth; Chiswick House, a neo-Palladian villa regarded as one of the finest in England; and Fuller's Brewery, London's largest and oldest brewery. It occupies a meander of the River Thames used for competitive and recreational rowing, with several rowing clubs on the river bank. The finishing post for the Boat Race is just downstream of Chiswick Bridge.
Chiswick was historically the ancient parish of St Nicholas in the county of Middlesex, with an agrarian and fishing economy beside the river centred on Church Street. Having good communications with London from an early time, Chiswick became a popular country retreat, and as part of the suburban growth of London in the late 19th and early 20th centuries the population significantly expanded. It became the Municipal Borough of Brentford and Chiswick in 1932 and has formed part of Greater London since 1965, when it was merged into the London Borough of Hounslow. Sublocalities include Bedford Park, Grove Park, the Glebe Estate, Strand-on-the-Green and those with named tube stations, Turnham Green and Gunnersbury, within its three full-sized wards of the United Kingdom.
On a border, the Chiswick or Great West Road Roundabout is the start of the North Circular Road (A406), South Circular Road (A205) with the eponymous road flying over this. West of Chiswick's Hogarth Roundabout, the Great West Road from central London converts to the M4 motorway, providing a second mode of transport connection to Heathrow Airport and the M4 corridor. The Great Chertsey Road (A316) runs south-west from the Hogarth Roundabout, becoming the M3 motorway.
Historic figures who lived in Chiswick include the poets Alexander Pope and W. B. Yeats, the Italian revolutionary Ugo Foscolo, the Impressionist painter Camille Pissarro and the novelist E. M. Forster.