Twickenham is a leafy, suburban neighbourhood on the banks of the River Thames offering many amenities to all its residents. Its location gives us the benefit of many riverside walks and easy access to large expanses of parkland such as Bushey Park and the beautiful Marble Hill Park. It has an array of appealing public houses, a variety of restaurants and the centre of town offers the quaint cobbled Church Street which is host to many niche shops and eateries. Church Street leads down to Twickenham Riverside and the bridge over to Eel Pie Island which is home to many artists and has a distinguished musical history stretching back many years. Twickenham is, of course, the home of English Rugby and not only does it host International games at the stadium, Harlequins Rugby Club is also based in Twickenham which ensures match days bring an exciting and lively atmosphere to the area.
Twickenham is on a direct train line into Waterloo which enables easy commuting to the City and also offers easy access to the M3, M25 and Heathrow Airport. The area has excellent schooling both primary and secondary with many schools rated as Outstanding by Ofsted which makes it a perfect place for family life. The area has the advantage of many different sporting facilities, including rowing clubs, public tennis courts, two golf courses and a large David Lloyd Gym and Rackets Club featuring an attractive outdoor pool.
The Twickenham property market offers large period houses, riverside apartments, stylish new developments and many terraced residential streets all within a wide price range. Our Twickenham Office, led by our Manager Tom Headden, will be happy to assist you when looking for your future home. Tom has many years’ experience in the local property market and is also a local resident, so is ideally placed to help make a great decision when buying property in Twickenham.