Local area guide

Living in Grove Park

Thinking about moving to Grove Park? Discover why it's a great place to live, fun things to do here, what the local schools are like, transport connections and so much more.

Your guide to moving to Grove Park

Why Grove Park is a good place to live

Grove Park is a beautiful part of London - and is like a little bit of countryside in the capital.

Next door to Chiswick House and just across the River Thames from Kew Gardens, the architecture here is stunning, featuring large houses in British Queen Anne Revival style with lovely big gardens.

The area has some top notch eateries, excellent schools and independent shops and cafes, all surrounded by beautiful green spaces.

With lovely leafy streets, it's an area that combines suburban serenity and escapism with a touch of London vibrancy and panache.

In Grove Park you can enjoy Thames-side strolls, easy access to Kew and Chiswick House, plus a variety of local independent shops and eateries.

And at the end of the day, there are plenty of lovely local pubs to enjoy. Tuck into dinner at The City Barge, which has all the riverside views.

What's Grove Park famous for?

Grove Park is famous for its distinct architecture, including British Queen Anne Revival style houses and a plethora of historic sites such as Chiswick House and Gardens.

World famous cricketer W.G.Grace also once lived here.

You'll find references to this pretty area in 'The Railway Children' by Edith Nesbit, and it has starred in the movie 'The Theory of Everything' and TV series 'Killing Eve'.

Actor John Thaw and poet Dylan Thomas are former residents, as was the Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who lived on Chinbrook Road, where there's a peace garden memorial dedicated to him.

Things to do in Grove Park

Explore the rich, diverse architecture by visiting St Paul's and St Michael’s churches.

Local gastro pubs like The Old Station House, The Bulls Head, The Queen's Head Pub & Kitchen and The City Barge are all popular with the locals and serve great food.

Take a stroll through Chiswick House and Gardens and Dukes Meadows - or cross the river and head to Kew Gardens or the nearby National Archives.

And if you love sport, you're in the right place, there are cricket greens at Chiswick House, while at Dukes Meadows, there's Chiswick Rugby Football Club and Barnes Hockey Club alongside golf, tennis and even indoor skiing

Properties currently for sale in Grove Park

Whether you're looking to buy a family home or a beautiful apartment, we've got you covered.

Transport in Grove Park

Find the nearest train stations and other transport links in Grove Park.

Local connections

National Rail
0.2 miles / 0.3 km
0.6 miles / 1.0 km
Kew Gardens
National Rail
0.6 miles / 1.0 km
National Rail
0.6 miles / 1.0 km
Kew Pier
Ferry Port
0.6 miles / 1.0 km
Kew Gardens
0.7 miles / 1.1 km

Schools in Grove Park

Discover local primary schools, secondary schools and sixth form colleges in Grove Park.

Education in Grove Park

Grove Park Primary School
Ages: 3 - 11 years old
Ofsted Rating: Outstanding (2014)
Strand-on-the-Green Infant and Nursery School
Ages: 3 - 7 years old
Ofsted Rating: Good (2022)
Strand-on-the-Green Junior School
Ages: 7 - 11 years old
Ofsted Rating: Good (2021)
Kew College
Ages: 3 - 11 years old
Chiswick School
Ages: 11 - 18 years old
Ofsted Rating: Good (2020)
Heathfield House School
Ages: 4 - 11 years old

Local pubs in Grove Park

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  • Pilot

    London W4

    A hidden haven in Chiswick, come down and enjoy your favourite tipple and pub food classics. Holding an event? why not check out our garden room!

  • Coach & Horses

    Kew, Richmond, TW9

    Young's Real Ale pub, restaurant and boutique hotel.