Countryside - Acton Gardens, W3
Winner Of Best Regeneration Project At The London Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2014
Discover A New Community
Acton Gardens has been planned as welcoming community where everyone will feel at home in beautiful landscaped surroundings and areas of open green space. Strikingly designed homes and apartments, located on traditional-style streets, are an important element in this. But there’s far more. Future plans include a series of parks, squares and play areas with communal gardens and podium courtyards. Sit and relax in beautiful South Acton Park, just a stone’s throw away from Acton Gardens, a delightful urban park with its mature trees lining the footpaths.
For interesting shops, good pubs and restaurants, parks and riverside, and a pavement café lifestyle where you can stroll, browse, and meet up with friends, look no further than Chiswick which is only minutes away.
The parks of West London offer an astonishing range of ways to enjoy outdoor life. You can play golf and tennis at Duke’s Meadows; golf in the Old Deer Park; pitch and putt in Gunnersbury Park or play tennis in Acton Park. Connoisseurs of historic architecture will be entranced by Chiswick House, whose gardens are full of classical statuary, and Gunnersbury Park also has its share of intriguing historic buildings as well as lakes and an Italian Garden.
The nearest tube station to Acton Gardens is Acton Town, approximately eleven minutes’ walk away, for Piccadilly Line trains direct to central London and Heathrow Airport. South Acton Overground station is about four minutes’ walk, for all points across London from Richmond to Stratford. Public transport is soon to become even better, as Acton Main Line station will be on Crossrail, bringing speedy new connections to key destinations when it begins operations in 2018.