The southern border of Chiswick runs along the River Thames, which is crossed in this area by Barnes Railway and Foot Bridge, Chiswick Bridge, Kew Railway Bridge and Kew Bridge. River services between Westminster Pier and Hampton Court depart from Kew Gardens Pier just across Kew Bridge.[51]

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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.

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Chiswick House is among the most glorious examples of 18th-century British architecture and makes a fascinating day out in West London. The third Earl of Burlington, who designed this noble Roman-style Palladian villa, drew inspiration from his Grand Tours of Italy.

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The Pissarro family of painters, the impressionist Camille Pissarro, his eldest son Lucien, as well as Felix and Ludovic-Rodo lived in 62 Bath Road, Chiswick around 1897; with Camille Pissarro painting a series of notable landscapes of the area.[80][81] The landscape artist Lewis Pinhorn Wood lived at Homefield Road[82] from 1897 to 1908.

Chiswick offers numerous independent shops operating alongside the more recognisable High Street labels, with a great number of cafes, pubs and restaurants lined along Chiswick High Road. The area is also no stranger to fine dining with three Michelin Star restaurants within easy reach and many others just a short trip by public transport.

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500 Chiswick High Road is just a few minutes' walk from everything in Chiswick.

The poet W. B. Yeats lived in Woodstock Road as a boy from 1879, and came back in 1887 to live in Blenheim Road, where, inspired by Chiswick Eyot, he wrote The Lake Isle of Innisfree.[78][79]

The novel Vanity Fair (1847/8) by William Makepeace Thackeray opens at Miss Pinkerton's Academy for Young Ladies in Chiswick Mall. Louis N. Parker's play Pomander Walk (1915) has the imagined setting of "a retired crescent of five very small, old-fashioned houses near Chiswick, on the river-bank. ... They are exactly alike: miniature copies of Queen Anne mansions".[102]

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The Gardens - birthplace of the English Landscape Movement - are open following a major restoration which has revealed the original vistas and repaired the statues and garden buildings.

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The 96-seat Tabard Theatre (1985) in Bath Road, upstairs from the Tabard pub but a separate business, is known for new writing and experimental work.[46]

Chiswick High Road was once home to the Chequered Flag garage and its associated motor racing team.[63][64]

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Chiswick House was designed by the Third Earl of Burlington, and built for him, in 1726–29 as an extension to an earlier Jacobean house (subsequently demolished in 1788); it is considered to be among the finest surviving examples of Palladian architecture in Britain, with superb collections of paintings and furniture. Its surrounding grounds are among the most important historical gardens in England and Wales, forming one of the first English landscape gardens.[31]

Also in the 18th century, between 1716 and 1719, the poet Alexander Pope, author of The Rape of the Lock, lived in Chiswick – in the building which is now the Mawson Arms at the corner of Mawson Lane.[69][70] Another 18th-century resident was the actor Charles Holland, who was born in Chiswick in 1733.[71]

Hi, I'll be staying at this hotel in October. And am thinking of using uber at times - probably faster to go to Hampton Court than bother with the train/tube/bus even, at least on a Sunday afternoon. Any issues with getting an uber at this location? Thanks!

One of its main draws for all those who come to visit or to live in Chiswick is the number of excellent parks, sports facilities and schools within such close proximity. Situated on the River Thames and conveniently close to both the M4/A4 and M40/A40 arteries in to and out of Prime Central London, this leafy suburb offers some of the best commuter links found outside of Central London. As part of the London Borough of Hounslow, Chiswick is only 6 miles outside Central London.

Christchurch, Turnham Green is an early Victorian Gothic building of flint with stone dressings. The main part of the building, by George Gilbert Scott and W. B. Moffat, is from 1843; the chancel and northeast chapel were added in 1887 by J. Brooks.[36]

The Russian Orthodox Cathedral was built on Harvard Road in 1998, with a blue and gold dome.[38]

Chiswick is home to the Griffin Brewery, where Fuller, Smith & Turner brew their prize-winning ales. It and its predecessor companies have been brewing beer on the same site for over 350 years. The original brewery was in the gardens of Bedford House in Chiswick Mall.[30]

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Home to exquisite Riverside property and the renowned Bedford Park, with its Grade II Listed properties designed by the world famous architect Norman Shaw & E J May, Chiswick offers something for everyone, and although house prices have risen in recent years, Chiswick does still offer value for money and is considered to be a safe investment. Browse our properties for sale in Chiswick.

Chiswick grew up as a village around St Nicholas Church from c. 1181 on Church Street, its inhabitants practising farming, fishing and other riverside trades including a ferry, important as there were no bridges between London Bridge and Kingston throughout the Middle Ages.[7] The area included three other small settlements, the fishing village of Strand-on-the-Green, Little Sutton and Turnham Green on the west road out of London.[7]

In the 19th century, the Italian writer, revolutionary and poet Ugo Foscolo, died in exile at Turnham Green in 1827,[72] and was buried at St Nicholas Churchyard, Chiswick.[73]

Chiswick not only offers an enviable and affluent local lifestyle, but is also close to many other desirable parts of west and central London, including Kew, Chelsea, Kensington and Knightsbridge. By road, it is just under 7½ miles from the heart of the West End.

Many of the penthouses feature generously proportioned terraces with breathtaking skyline views, ideal for outdoor entertaining. A superior specification sets them apart and includes comfort cooling, oversized internal oak veneered doors and Miele kitchen appliances.

Clayton Hotel Chiswick is a 4-star hotel within the ideal location of West London that offers luxury accommodation, top class meeting and conference facilities, glamorous ballroom and stylish restaurant and bar. With contemporary design and exceptional hotel service, Clayton Hotel Chiswick will have you wanting to return time and time again.