Kew Bridge

National Rail

Kew Bridge is a charming corner of southwest London situated alongside the Thames. An enviable riverside location makes this neighborhood prime real estate for those lucky enough to get a foothold in the village. From ancient architecture to stunning green landscapes, it's a place steeped in history and natural beauty.

Those who chose to make Kew Bridge their home benefit from having a busy high street lined with independent shops, as well as a range of restaurants, pubs and bars. Traditional English pubs jostle for attention alongside modern bars that open late into the night, and there's something to suit everyone's taste. On weekends, the area comes alive with locals and visitors enjoying the vibrant atmosphere.

Those with an appreciation for natural history and gardening will be delighted with Kew Bridge. The area is home to the Royal Botanic Gardens and Kew Palace, allowing visitors to explore and soak up a wealth of horticultural history. Other highlights include Gunnersbury Park, a magnificent facility set within a mixture of lakes and parkland, and the nearby Wandle River that's perfect for long walks and riverside picnics. Kew Bridge stands out as an area of unique beauty and undeniable allure.

London Stations within 1 hour

  1. 32 mins to Waterloo
  2. 32 mins to Victoria
  3. 41 mins to Trafalgar Square
  4. 41 mins to Fenchurch Street
  5. 43 mins to London Bridge
  6. 45 mins to Kings Cross / St. Pancras
  7. 45 mins to Paddington
  8. 47 mins to Charing Cross
  9. 48 mins to Blackfriars
  10. 49 mins to Marylebone
  11. 49 mins to Liverpool Street
  12. 51 mins to Moorgate
  13. 51 mins to Farringon
  14. 53 mins to Euston


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