Your serviced office in Hammersmith or Ealing puts you in convenient reach of the following areas:-
Richmond: 8 miles from the centre of London, Richmond is an affluent town built on the river Thames. It has many historic buildings and a large royal park, as well as a thriving shopping centre in which exclusive designer shops share space with the big high street names.
Kew: Kews position on the south circular road, M4 motorway and tube network make it a popular and affluent residential district. The area is characterised by large detached and semi detached homes and at its centre is Kew Village, complete with village green. Kew Gardens are nearby.
Chiswick: With its bustling high road, large park and many bars, restaurants and small shops, Chiswick is a popular residential area with its own District Line tube station. With the M4 passing close by it is also a major commercial district and a large business park has been developed in recent years.
Fulham: Located in the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, this prime residential area is less than 4 miles from the centre of London. Many high net worth individuals reside in Fulham and this is reflected by the districts shops, restaurants and amenities.
Barnes: The Thames loops around Barnes and so the area has remained comparatively secluded and quiet. This is why it is one of Londons most expensive and sought after residential areas; something reflected by the large houses (including mansions) that are built there.
Acton: Acton is a large area of West London extending from Chiswick in the South to Park Royal in the North. Just 6 miles from central London, the district has 4 tube and 3 mainline rail stations, serving residential areas that range from leafy suburbs to inner city streets.
Shepherds Bush: Approximately 4 miles from central London, Shepherds Bush is built around Shepherds Bush Green: a 4 acre triangle of grassland. This provides a focal point for the areas many shops and restaurants, as well as a recreation area for local residents.
Kensington: This densely populated area of West London has some of the capitals most expensive properties, with townhouses changing hands for up to 20 million. The High Street features many boutiques and restaurants in keeping with the area and its affluent residents (including members of the Royal family at Kensington Palace).