New Homes in Brentford
Located in within the borough, Brentford has sprung up at the meeting point of the River and the beating heart of , the River Thames. Also close to areas like and , new homes in Brentford offer excellent access to the M4 motorway and , while the nearby Northfields Station provides Underground services to on the Piccadilly line.
With local green spaces including Syon Park and Boston Manor Park, you’ll also have the wonderful Kew Gardens on the opposite bank of the Thames; all when you pick out one of our developments closest to Brentford below.
Live the Brentford life
Whether you’re enticed by the riverside setting, open spaces or great transport links, you can also take advantage of affordable property prices when you buy a new home in Brentford. And thanks to deals such as the London Help to Buy scheme, where you could secure a new home with only a 5% deposit, buying a new home is even more affordable than you thought.
Things to see and do in Brentford
Brentford is surrounded by superb open spaces, including Boston Manor Park on the north west edge of town. The River Thames forms the town’s southern boundary, along which you’ll find the 57-hectare Syon Park with its historic manor, Watermans Park and attractions such as the the Musical Museum and the London Museum of Water and Steam.
Crossing the river along Kew Bridge you’ll pass Westerley Ware with its grassy areas, children’s playground and tennis courts, before reaching Kew’s stunning Royal Botanic Gardens. Here you’ll find an array of delightful gardens, greenhouses and conservatories, as well as a royal palace, providing you with an exceptional spot to enjoy a relaxing walk.
Brentford is a great place to live if you have little ones to think of, thanks to excellent local primary schools such as Lionel Primary and Strand-on-the-Green Infant and Nursery School. These two schools are both rated as outstanding by Ofsted, along with the all-through Sikh school, Nishkam School West London.
There are a couple of outstanding single-sex secondary schools in the local area too; the Green School for Girls in neighbouring Isleworth and Gunnersbury Catholic School for boys on Boston Manor Road. Elthorne Park High School in nearby Hanwell also accepts students from Brentford.
Brentford transport links
As well as several bus routes available in town, Brentford’s railway station offers London Overground services as well as South Western Railway trains. The town also provides you with superb access to the M4 motorway which heads west towards Slough, Reading, Swindon and Bristol, while Heathrow Airport is only around five miles away.
If you want to use the Tube, there are three local stations on the Piccadilly line; Boston Manor, Northfields and South Ealing. Chiswick Park and the District line are also close by.
The Brentford property scene
A charming riverside location makes Brentford an incredibly attractive place to live, yet house prices are lower than the London average. The rejuvenation of spots like Brentford Market has added to the town’s appeal, and you can invest in the local area by snapping up the one of the 1 and 2 bedroom apartments available along Hounslow’s Alexandra Road just a short distance away.When you call us to enquire about your next home today, don’t forget to ask your adviser about such as our Movemaker scheme, which eliminates the need to pay any estate agent fees on a home you’re selling. You’ll also find it makes for a far less stressful move.