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How is Silver Crescent in Chiswick?

I have recently seen a property on Silver Crescent in Gunnersbury area of Chiswick, and really liked it. I have never lived in or around Chiswick, so I am not familiar with how different areas are perceived. How is Silver Crescent? I understand Bedford Park and Grove Park areas are much more in demand in Chiswick. Is Silver Crescent considered being too much on the borders of Chiswick? Is it up and coming? Or is it one of the mediocre parts of town? Thanks in advance for any response, much appreciated.

Asked on Mar 4 2011, House Prices in London | Report content

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  • Silver Crescent is still one of the popular roads in Chiswick, with large period house that have often been converted into quite sizeable apartments - many with large gardens which are either communal or allocated to the ground floor apartment. This location is known as the Gunnersbury patch and is perfect for access to the M4 and public transport as it is close to Gunnersbury underground station (North London Line and District Line) plus Kew Bridge mainline station (Southwest trains). It's a picturesque road and often you find many of the residents there work at one of the nearby business parks or in Brentford. It is about a 10 min walk to the Centre of Chiswick and has some lovely gastro pubs close by.

    Answered on Mar 8 2011, Report content

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