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Hall Road, Isleworth
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Isleworth is considered by the locals to be very much a hidden gem. It’s easy to see why when you consider the slower pace of life along with great parks and outdoor spaces all within easy reach. Best of all, the quick links into the heart of the City make this a great place to be based for work or for leisure.
Willow Grange boasts a superb location. Conveniently positioned close to Isleworth’s lively town centre, the development enjoys easy access to everything you need. There is an eclectic mix of boutiques, independent shops, cafés, restaurants and pubs – Willow Grange residents will be spoilt for choice. The local facilities also include health care; West Middlesex Hospital is also close by; a library and a range of gyms and leisure facilities. Isleworth even boasts its own Arts and Crafts gallery.
Those with young children will find the area ideal. Isleworth and nearby Richmond both contain popular state and private schools, as well as great nurseries and playgroups. There are also local activity clubs for little ones, including Rainbows, Explorers and Sea Scouts.
Living in Isleworth is a good choice for those who enjoy a range of pleasures. The local café culture offers endless opportunities to relax with a coffee and friends. For a change of scene, the local towns of Richmond, Chiswick, Twickenham and Kew are all a stone’s throw away. And for those who want to go a little further afield, city shopping, galleries and other entertainment is easy to access by car or train. Sporting fans also have plenty tempt them with a range of local sports facilities, gyms and golf courses; plus Twickenham, the home of England rugby, and Kempton Park, London’s premier race course, are both just a few miles away.
Outdoor types will be delighted to discover that Isleworth has some of the best access to wonderful parks and open green spaces in the area. These include Redlees Park and Syon Park which are perfect for walks and picnics. This close to the River Thames, delightful waterside paths lead to Richmond and the Old Deer Park, which are both within comfortable walking distance. In the summer, these pathways are also very popular with cyclists and joggers.
For day trippers and culture vultures alike, the local area offers a rich variety of heritage sites and places of interest. The magnificent Syon House, the London home of the Duke of Northumberland, contains a remarkable interior and impressive art collection for adults to enjoy, whilst younger visitors will love exploring The Tropical Zoo.
Kew Royal Botanic Gardens is another must-see and world famous for its landscaped gardens and rich history. Or why not visit Osterley House and Park? This National Trust property is a wonderful spot for dog-walkers and duck-feeders alike.