Chiswick is a popular destination for London professionals and their families, thanks to its extensive commuter links with the City. As more households move into this exclusive town, Cadogan Tate is frequently called upon to assist with removals.
We’ve been working in London for over 40 years and have been trusted by the residents of Chiswick to safely and securely pack, transport and relocate their belongings.
No matter what you need to move, however delicate or priceless, we have the best industry techniques and solutions for a seamless, stress-free move. Part of this comes from our decades of experience working in the region. We have also built up a good working relationship with the local Borough councils, which helps with road access and the relevant permits. Our aim is to give you a hassle-free move, with all the administrative paperwork taken care of.
Get in touch with us today and find out why the residents of Chiswick rely on Cadogan Tate for their home removals around West London.
When you’re moving home in Chiswick, call on the expert removals teams of Cadogan Tate to ensure your belongings make it safely to their new destination. We can offer a range of specialist services to suit your needs, from preparing to transport delicate pianos to carefully packing antique mirrors.
Our professionally trained staff have all undertaken industry-leading training in our West London facility, where they have perfected our tried and tested techniques. We’ve been in the business of moving London’s households for over 40 years, and our knowledge of Chiswick and the surrounding areas ensures an efficient service.
Whatever your budget or requirements, get in touch with us for a no-obligation quote and we can send a Surveyor to your home to assess your needs.
We know that sometimes you may need to put items into storage for a short time, or for long-term security. We have local Chiswick storage facilities in West London. These facilities have top-of-the-range systems to keep your most precious and valuable possessions safe and protected. This includes fire detection, monitoring and access control.
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Chiswick is a real mixture of styles and history, which is evident in the architecture of the residential homes. There is something for all buyers, from historic townhouses to Art Deco masterpieces, through to country cottages and ultra-modern penthouses. Split into distinct residential areas, Chiswick is growing in popularity, thanks to its efficient transport links to the City.
It attracts professionals and families, with plenty of amenities and open spaces. There are also a lot of long-term residents who have owned property in the area for generations, making for a vibrant mix of young and old.
It maintains a fierce independence as an area, which makes it feel like you’ve stepped right out of London. It has its own website, www.chiswickw4.com, to keep residents informed of local developments and news.
Bedford Park is a leafy green area of Chiswick, with attractive streets and desirable properties. It has its own Bedford Park Society to protect the identity of the residential area, in keeping with its original character as a garden suburb.
Character: Bedford Park was the first garden suburb and it’s retained much of its original design. It was planned by an Arts and Crafts architect, Richard Norman Shaw, and his original Queen Anne style houses sell for a premium.
Resident profile: High-society families
Best addresses: The Avenue, Woodstock Road, Addison Grove, Esmond Road
House Prices: £0.8M to £7M
Flat Prices: £0.35M to £1.7M
This small stretch along the river is popular thanks to its exceptional views and exclusive properties along the water’s edge. It is set within the conservation area and is well maintained.
Character: The grand Georgian houses on Chiswick Mall itself are the most sought-after homes, though there are plenty of equally impressive terraced and semi-detached properties set a little further back.
Resident profile: Families and city professionals
Best addresses: Chiswick Mall, Chiswick Wharf
House Prices: £0.6M to £8M
Flat Prices: £0.4M to £1M
This is a popular area of Chiswick, with an old-fashioned fishing village vibe. Here you will find charming pubs lining the Thames and picturesque homes overlooking the river.
Character: There is a mixture of styles in this attractive area, including small cottages and larger terraced homes. Some properties were originally farmhouses on the historic Lord Burlington Estate. Many properties have retained original period features.
Resident profile: Couples and young professionals
Best addresses: Strand on the Green, Hearne Road, Geraldine Road, Riverview Grove
House Prices: £0.5M to £3.5M
Flat Prices: £0.4M to £1M
This exclusive area has its own residents’ website, which has a detailed history of this little corner of Chiswick. It is undergoing a lot of new building work, bringing more people into the neighbourhood.
Character: The overriding character of Chiswick Village is Art Deco, with the estate made up of mansion flats from the Thirties. Newer builds have attempted to blend into this style.
Resident profile: Long-term residents and young families
Best addresses: Chiswick Village, Stile Hall Gardens, Oxford Gardens
House Prices: £0.6M to £1.6M
Flat Prices: £0.4M to £2M
This neighbourhood is close to the Chiswick train station and links to central London, making it perfect for commuters looking for a tranquil retreat away from the buzz of the city.
Character: A mixture of period homes, including Edwardian terraced homes and attractive Twenties-style properties.
Resident profile: City professionals and their families
Best addresses: Grove Park Gardens, Devonshire Gardens, Burnaby Gardens
House Prices: £0.8M to £3M
Flat Prices: £0.3M to £1M
This residential area sits right next to the bustle of Chiswick High Street, which makes it perfect for being close to the many shops and restaurants.
Character: Large terraced family homes, with plenty of space and scope for renovation. Newer exclusive developments offer contemporary townhouses in private grounds.
Resident profile: Young families and couples
Best addresses: Wavendon Avenue, Sutton Lane North, Castle Place, Heathfield Gardens
House Prices: £0.9M to £3.1M
Flat Prices: £0.35M to £1.2M
The main Chiswick High Street is good for the usual high-street and mid-range chain shops, as well as supermarkets and restaurants. It’s a long street with everything you need, without the bustle of central London.
For more independent and boutique shopping, head to Devonshire Road and Turnham Green Terrace. Here you will find everything from interiors to antiques, and clothing stores. It’s also great for food shopping, with a butcher’s shop, delicatessen, chocolatier and a fishmonger.
There are eight state primary schools across Chiswick and 17 independent prep and pre-prep schools according to the local Chiswick community website, which has links to school reports and contact details.
The main state secondary school is Chiswick School, though many children in the area opt go to one of the many surrounding Catholic or CofE schools instead.
Most children from high-earning families attend one of the exceptional independent schools in West London. There are 16 secondary-age private schools listed in Chiswick and the surrounding areas.
There are some of the best restaurants in London in Chiswick, so it’s the perfect location for foodies. La Trompette has been attracting the London elite since 2001. It’s had a complete refurbishment since then, in 2013, and it now has a new kitchen, private dining area and better customer facilities. It offers classic British cuisine in an informal environment.
There are plenty of good hotels in the Chiswick neighbourhood, from high-end luxury hotels to smaller, independent boutique hotels.
One of the most attractive formal properties in London, this 18th Century villa is a joy to behold. The architect was William Kent and the patron Lord Burlington, who together designed this unique home based on classical Italian architecture. It’s also set in 65 acres of landscaped gardens.
This small gallery is one of the UK’s leading independent galleries and a must-visit for art lovers. If you’re looking for an original piece for your home, the gallery offers a home approval service so you can see a piece in situ, as well as bespoke framing services.
If you like quality gin, then the Sipsmith Distillery could be worth checking out. It has been open since 1820 and produces all Sipsmith gins from its Chiswick location. It offers weeknight tours and complimentary tutored tasting sessions.
Continuing the alcohol theme, Chiswick is also home to the Griffin Brewery where Fuller’s ale originates. It’s the last family brewery in London, and the oldest wisteria in England creeps up its historic façade.
A small wet woodland nature reserve on the outskirts of Chiswick. It’s now managed by the London Wildlife Trust and is great for nature lovers to spot birds, mammals and amphibians in this little oasis between railway lines.
We have been working in the Chiswick town for decades and we know the streets well. We can arrange access to even the most difficult of locations, working with the London Borough of Hounslow to secure the relevant permits and permissions.
If you are moving to or from Chiswick or looking for storage Chiswick give us a call today so we can prepare your bespoke moving and storage budget and plan.Enquire now or call us on 0208 963 4000