New homes in London: Chiswick Gate

A gated West London development with apartments and family-sized homes featuring communal gardens and play areas for children.
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Chiswick is split in half by Great West Road, part of the roaring A4 between Hammersmith and Heathrow. On one side is the riverside village where it all began — pretty Chiswick Mall, a time capsule with handsome houses and pretty cottages facing the Thames — while on the north side of the dual carriageway lies higher-density housing and the area’s commercial centre.

Chiswick Gate, a sizeable scheme of 44 townhouses and 78 apartments set back behind Hogarth Roundabout, named after 18th-century painter William Hogarth and one of the A4’s main junctions, helps to bridge the divide. A shoe polish factory once stood here, next to the surviving house where the artist once lived, which is open to the public.
 
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Homes at Chiswick Gate benefit from a vast undergroud car park

The gated development has been designed with motorists in mind, having a vast underground car park, while there are communal gardens and safe play areas for children.

The site plan is a reworking of a London garden square, with the open central landscaped area lined by traditional-style brick houses of up to five bedrooms and five storeys, plus apartment blocks. Two-bedroom flats cost from £795,950. Houses start at  £1.93 million. Call Berkeley Homes on 020 3411 8602.

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