Chiswick is a true London village, with a chic high street of cafés, boutiques and very good restaurants, beautiful parks, a stretch of riverside and excellent schools. These are just some of the reasons why it is such a sought after residential location. You will doubtless find many more of your own.
Style and sophistication
Unusually for a London locality, many of Chiswick’s shops are independent businesses, making Chiswick High Road a very appealing place to browse. This is where you will discover originality and quality, whether you are shopping for your wardrobe or your larder.
Eating out is a culinary adventure here too. Chiswick has several fine dining restaurants, including two with a Michelin star, as well as more informal brasseries, gastropubs, coffee shops and cafés. Many are within walking distance of Aubury Place.
Chiswick’s members-only clubs cater for both social and sports needs; sometimes both, as in the case of The Hurlingham Club. The advantages are clear: high levels of service, immaculate surroundings, and the cachet of being somewhere that’s not accessible to everyone. Each is an oasis of privacy and privilege.
Venturing further for the additional attractions of parks and riverside
Just a short distance from Aubury Place are the parks and riverside that contribute to Chiswick’s relaxed lifestyle. A little further and you will arrive at the riverside towns of Kew, Barnes and Richmond, each with its own array of unique charms, some world famous, others waiting to be discovered.