Grove Park, with its idyllic, riverside surroundings, local parkland and easy commuter access to Central London is further enhanced by its sub locality of Chiswick, which is situated in West London. It is a perfect place for families or young professional couples looking to relocate and offers in abundance culture, beauty and practicality.
A spacious yet quiet area and only a 30 minute tube journey away from the bustling centre of London, it offers many Victorian, Georgian and Edwardian family homes.
The area is situated on a meander of the Thames, which is just one of the factors that make Grove Park a picturesque, favourable location.
Parts of the local area are conservation areas, and much parkland is located nearby, including Ravenscourt Park, which contains tennis courts, a flower garden, a children's play area and plenty of open space. There is also Chiswick House and Gardens, Gunnersbury Triangle nature reserve which is home to 6 acres of woodland and Duke’s Meadow – a riverside park which is partly funded by the profits of the local farmers’ market.
Gastro pubs dot the local area and serve craft beers and other fine liquors, The Old Stationhouse is a firm favourite with an immensely talented kitchen team serving European and English classics. The Chiswick Farmers and Fine Foods Market is held every Sunday morning in the farmyard setting of Grove Park Farm House and refreshments are provided by the local Bowls Club, something the whole family can enjoy.
With one of the finest selections of primary and secondary schools in London. Belmont is the most in demand of the all primary schools obtaining an ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted report. Grove Park Primary School and Strand-on-the-Green Infant and Nursery School are also rated as “outstanding” by regulatory board Ofsted. Secondary School education in the area include The Chiswick School and Kew House, both receiving commendable accolades.