Score a housing try in Twickenham:riverside development with Georgian-style townhouses, 82 flats, a 350-seat theatre and an underpass to the station

Brewery Gate is helping to put the home of rugby back on the housing map.

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The Lions rugby tour is under way in New Zealand but Twickenham is still in the spotlight.

The town centre is getting a facelift with riverside schemes such as Brewery Gate, which has 82 flats and 28 houses, a new public square, restaurants and 350-seat theatre venue.

It also benefits from a direct underpass to the train station.

Within a gated mews are Georgian-style four-bedroom townhouses with portico entrances, first-floor terraces and rooftop dormers, priced from £1.55 million.

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Roll up rugby fans: Schemes like Brewery Gate are giving Twickenham a facelift 

Call St James on 020 3642 9714 to visit the newly opened show home. 


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