Gosh, but Kew is a beautiful area. One of the prettiest places in London to live, it's a fantastic ambition to make your home here.
Kew is a spectacular place to be if you're looking for a blend of great living, great space and - well, everything. Of course, it's most famous as the home of the Royal Botanic Gardens, but other sights of special interest include Kew Palace and the National Archives. Kew Gardens is a wonderful place to walk and take the air, and those who live around or near it regard it as the centre of the universe, especially understandable if you have children. But there are others, such as North Sheen Park, and the wonderful, enormous Richmond Park just a few minutes away. As befits a countrified, parky area, there's great sports and gyms, and a rowing society which uses the river as its base.
Facilities here are select but excellent. Around Kew Garden station there is a small set of shops and eateries that are brilliantly marketed to those going to and from work, but which have become the community centre around this area. There are excellent independent shops with home furnishings etc, and led by the Glasshouse restaurant, whose food is excellent, a splendid set of places to eat, drink, read papers and chat; other areas of Kew see good riverside pubs and dining. It's also close to Chiswick, as well as Richmond and Sheen.
Kew is very friendly, and its streets snug and safe. On those streets are excellent properties; around the Kew Green area there are lovely houses, big and small, some very fine Victorian villas amongst them. There are some streets dominated by Edwardian houses in the east of the region. Kew caters well to the young professionals as well and there are very nice flat conversions here, as well as some modern flats in the northern areas. Around and opposite the gardens are ample Victorian houses mainly aimed at the family market.
Kew is a really lovely place to live, and anyone around this area would love to make it their home. If you can do so, and want to live in a very green, thoroughly friendly and safe place with all the facilities you could want in easy reach, then you should look at Kew forthwith.
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