Situated in the West London suburb of Brentford, GWQ is a new property development built on a fine architectural legacy that once saw this section of the A4 road dubbed The Golden Mile. This nickname harks back to pre-war years when a number of Art-Deco industrial buildings were erected along the road parallel to Brentford High Street. The resultant wide avenues, spacious borders and uninterrupted views have formed the basis of a significant regeneration push that has been spearheaded recently by GWQ. Westgate House is the final phase of this redevelopment initiative that offers brand new rental homes and incorporating exciting features such as a nine storey glass atrium, winter gardens and a private gym.
This 26 storey tower comprises 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments providing the best in urban comfort. Residents will also benefit from underground parking and an on-site Sainsbury's supermarket. The self-contained nature of these modern rental apartments is bound to appeal to the busy professional with neither time nor inclination for extensive detours on the way home from work in the City.
The neighbouring streets of Chiswick, Richmond and Kew are ideal areas for those who value culture, creativity and learning. The wide tree-lined boulevards of Chiswick create a natural setting for al fresco dining and many restaurants have taken advantage of this feature. This is reflected in a high street that gives residents a myriad of global dining options - all within a short stroll from each other. The Georgian terraces that preside over the Thames at Richmond also overlook a magnificent royal park that is as famous for its thriving deer population as for its outstanding beauty. The world renowned Royal Botanical Gardens is situated just a short stroll down river in Kew and is an ideal setting for leisurely picnics.
GWQ is minutes away from the M4 motorway, the main gateway to Windsor, the Cotswolds and Devon. A 20 minute drive in the other direction puts Central London within easy reach. Kew Bridge station is a vital commuter stop with regular trains running to the Waterloo rail terminus and connecting with the London Underground network. Gunnersbury Tube station houses both the District and the London Overground lines. From there, it is possible to link to the West End, City and Westfield Shopping City. A quick interchange onto the Piccadilly line enables access to all five Heathrow Airport terminals.