"31.4% price increase in Kew Bridge surrounding area in the last year." Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward, 2016
"According to Knight Frank's annual Prime Waterfront Index, waterfront properties are now worth an average of 70 per cent more than the equivalent properties inland - an increase of 17 per cent since last year." Telegraph, 2015
"Kew has riverside walks, a lovely village green and a cluster of shops and cafes. The real attraction is the great choice of state and private primary schools in the area." Metro, 2015
"Zone 3 will become the new Zone 2." Evening Standard, 2014
Kew Bridge Railway Station is a short walk from the front of the development. Gunnersbury and Kew Gardens Underground Stations are in Zone 3.
Bus stops are located just outside the Kew Bridge development. Regular 24 hour services to Ealing, Brentford, Kingston, Richmond and Hammersmith.
There is also a riverboat operating a scheduled service from Westminster to Kew, Richmond and Hampton Court. Daily sailings from Westminster Pier are operated between April and October.
Experience a rich cultural life and English heritage by visiting nearby Syon House, Gunnersbury Park, Chiswick House and Boston Manor.
Across the river Kew Gardens is a must-see attraction with stunning aerial views of London's skyline from the Treetop Walkway.
Kew Bridge is ideally placed to enjoy the finest retail destinations that London has to offer, as well as superb local shopping and eating opportunities. Westfield shopping centre is only 3.5miles away. The boutiques of Kensington are only four miles away, while Harrods is just six miles away in Knightsbridge.
Available in and around Kew are also a wide range of Primary & Secondary Schools as well as Sixth Forms such as Strand-on-the-Green Junior School, The Falcons School for Boys, International School of London and Kew House School.