15 x 2 bedroom apartments
The south-west London suburb of Kew is one of London’s special riverside locations, with a historic village cricket green and the world’s most famous botanical garden filled with rare and exotic treasures. Regularly voted the best place to live in London, Kew has a strong community feel and lots of independent shops.
In the heart of the regeneration story and within easy access of Central London transport connections, The Orchid is just 1 minute walk away from Kew Bridge Station. The attractive riverside location allows for tranquility and ease of access to amenities but is also more affordable than neighbouring Kew Gardens.
With The Orchid, you’re blessed with the opportunity of fleeing London’s concrete Urban interior whenever you want. Pay a visit to Richmond and Kew, get a look at the city’s leafy, riverside complexion – where the crowds thin out, the air is cleaner and the landscapes become increasingly urban. Wander by the river, explore Tudor palaces (Kew Palace), get lost in beautiful Kew Gardens, go deer-spotting in Richmond Park, wander around Wimbledon Common and down a pint waterside as the sun shimmers on the Thames at sunset.
Some of London’s most iconic high streets are all close by, including Kew Village, Chiswick and Richmond all with their own boutiques and independent shops. For those who want shopping under one roof, Westfield, Shepherds Bush / White City are within 20 minutes.
The Orchid, Kew Bridge is incredibly well connected by road. With the M4 motorway to Heathrow (12 mins) and the meeting point of North and South Circular routes nearby, it’s easy to see why multinational corporations situate their headquarters locally.
Kew Bridge Station is just 1-minute walk away with trains to Clapham Junction (17mins) and Waterloo (30 mins).
Gunnersbury Station (District Line) to Hammersmith (8 mins), South Kensington (20 mins), and Westminster (30 mins)
There are three nearby stations, Gunnersbury, Kew Bridge and Kew Gardens, which between them offer connections on the District Line of the Underground, the Overground, and the National Rail.
A journey to Earl’s Court takes around 17 minutes on the Underground, while Waterloo can be reached by train in 30 minutes. Demand from tenants is high.
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