Are you planning on buying a property in Chiswick? Read on for the key selling points of this charming riverside district.
With its upmarket collection of shops and eateries, large green spaces and District line access into central London, Chiswick is attractive to both young families and high-flying city professionals. This London ‘village’ is quiet, safe and undeniably pretty. Little ones can explore protected woodlands or a riverside park with its own adventure playground, while adults will find no shortage of recreation options.
Chiswick is something of a foodie heaven. With numerous independent bars, cafes and restaurants – two with a coveted Michelin star – Chiswick happens to be one of the best places in London to eat out. With a farmers’ market to discover, too – not to mention book shops, theatres and cinemas – Chiswick puts London culture on the map.
The most expensive recorded transaction in Chiswick was £33,000,000 on 5 August 2014. The most recent recorded sale in Chiswick was £2,500,000 on 19 August 2016. Properties in Chiswick have an average price of £2,014,922 over the last 3 years.
▼ -21% since 2017
Average selling prices in last 12 months by types
Chiswick has 21 schools with capacities ranging from 112 to 1284. There are a number of schools that cater for special educational needs. There is a mix of Community School, Other Independent School, Voluntary Aided School, EY Setting in the area.
Pupils aged 11 to 18 attend this Mixed Community School. The school enrols 1284 students.
Pupils aged 4 to 17 attend this Mixed Other Independent School. The schools has a capacity of 758 pupils.
Pupils aged 3 to 11 attend this Mixed Community School. The schools has a capacity of 407 pupils.
A Mixed Community School for pupils 3 to 11 years. The schools has a capacity of 210 pupils.
Pupils aged 3 to 11 attend this Mixed Voluntary Aided School. The schools has a capacity of 210 pupils.
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