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A Modern Appeal

Set on a tranquil residential street minutes away from Hounslow town centre, Packham Mews is asustainably designed development backing on to tree-lined Inwood Park. The proximity to Heathrow, central London and picturesque Isleworth are obvious draws to life in Packham Mews, but Hounslow is an exciting destination in its own right, with a regenerated town centre adding to its allure.


Countless Connections

Packham Mews is ideally located for those who want to zip in and out of the capital's core.

  • When it comes to public transport, residents have the luxury of choice: there are two Piccadilly Line Tube stops (Hounslow East and Hounslow Central).
  • Residents have the luxury of choice: there are two Piccadilly Line Tube stops (Hounslow East and Hounslow Central).
  • Fast trains to Waterloo leave from Isleworth station a mere mile away, meaning residents are transported to London's beating heart in less than 40 minutes.
  • Thanks to Packham Mew's prime location just off the A315 and A4 motorways, the rest of the UK is accessible too.
  • As for international travel, it couldn't be easier with Heathrow down the road - it's 20 minutes by car or four Tube stops away.


New Beginnings

With Heathrow next door and central London within easy reach, the vibrant West London borough of Hounslow has fast become an up and coming place to live.

Featuring grand parks, stately homes and bustling town centres, the borough offers both are relaxed and bustling feel. Hounslow’s town centre is undergoing a major regeneration, with an exciting collection of boutiques and eateries set to open over the next few years; its recently renovated High Street sets the scene for a new town square and performance space, as well as the popular Hounslow market.


Favourite Eats

A picturesque riverside setting and gastro pub food make the London Apprentice a top lunchtime choice for hungry Hounslow residents. Another Thameside favourite brimming with traditional English charm is The Royal Oak, where punters dine al fresco on the likes of beer battered fish and chips, or chargrilled chicken breast with spicy chimi churri sauce.

A 7-minute drive from Packham Mews, Syon Coffee House & Deli offers up lovingly-made open ciabatta sandwiches and lighter bites such as their sweet chilli prawn, avocado and mango salad. Or fora bit of Paris in Isleworth, Patisserie Valerie is all about freshly-baked pastries.