The district of Chiswick is located in the west of London and is considered an affluent area that is quiet and a great place to live. Chiswick was originally a fishing village but has slowly turned into one of the most popular areas in London for young professionals and families. It’s convenient for them with it being close to a tube station and Heathrow, as well as having high quality local primary schools and easy access to the M4 and as a result, the countryside.
In addition, Chiswick residents rave about the High Road that runs between Chiswick Roundabout to Hammersmith where you can find a great variety of cafes, bars, gastro pubs, high street stores and independent shops. Furthermore, the banks of the River Thames are a vibrant place with lots of pubs, parks and a green that is excellent for watching the boats and rowers sail past.
Another feature of Chiswick is its food culture that is made up of organic cafes, Michelin starred restaurants and gourmet pubs. On Sunday mornings, the Chiswick Famers and Fine Foods Market is held in the Grove Park Farm House where you can find a great selection of local fresh produce and refreshments offered by the Chiswick Bowls Club. Book lovers will enjoy the Foster’s Bookshop located on Chiswick Rad, it specialises in old and rare books and is housed in appropriately the oldest shop on the road.
For those that enjoy their beers and ales, you can visit the Fuller’s Brewery located just off the A4. It serves 300 pubs in London and the South East area, it is also known for having the oldest wisteria plant in the UK growing at the brewery. The ale that is brewed at Fuller’s has won many prizes for its quality and continues the traditions of the brewers that came before them at the same location who together have been brewing for over 350 years. With its popularity, various well known personalities reside in Chiswick that include Timothy Dalton, Colin Firth, Ant McPartlin and Claire Balding.
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