Cavendish Gardens is a vibrant new development moments from Hounslow West station. Forming part of Hounslow’s regeneration, this exciting new addition to the neighbourhood features Shared Ownership homes that are surrounded by clusters of meticulously landscaped gardens.
Thanks to excellent bus links, direct access to the Piccadilly line and the airport (a 6-minute Tube ride away), Hounslow strongly appeals to commuters and culture-vultures alike. Whilst the connections to the excitement of Central London are exceptional, residents of Cavendish Gardens won’t need to venture far to enjoy themselves due to Hounslow’s buzzing community of independently-owned stores, family-friendly cafes, and bustling restaurants.
Living here means having historic landmarks such as two of the last surviving country estates in London – Osterley Park and Syon Park – on your doorstep. But perhaps best of all is the easy access to green spaces such as Bushy Park: this 1099 acre Royal Park features scenic waterways, gardens, grassland and free-roaming deer. The Borough of Hounslow is home to 10 local nature reserves, including Hounslow Heath, and residents can also enjoy nearby Kew Gardens.
While Soho is within easy reach, you don’t have to leave Hounslow in search of a craft cocktail: living here means having stylish pubs, restaurants and bars right on your doorstep.
Hounslow charms with a buzzing community of independently-owned stores, family-friendly cafes, and trendy restaurants. It’s also home to the Treaty Centre mall, a one-stop-shop for popular high street brands.
As well as proximity to gyms and tennis clubs, Cavendish Gardens is just a short drive from Twickenham Stadium, home of English Rugby. It also doubles as a first-class entertainment venue, making it popular with sports and music fans alike.
The borough of Hounslow is home to 10 local nature reserves, including historic Hounslow Heath. From the picturesque River Crane that flows through the Borough, residents can enjoy scenic views of British wildlife. UNESCO World Heritage site Kew Gardens is also nearby, a botanical wonder featuring over 50,000 plants from across the globe.