Grove Park is a sub locality of Chiswick, which is situated in west London. It is a spacious, quiet area and is only a 30 minute tube journey away from the bustling centre of London. It offers many Victorian, Georgian and Edwardian family houses, as well as one of the finest selections of primary and secondary schools in London. Belmont is the most in demand of the primary schools and it holds an ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted ranking. Located on the banks of the River Thames, Grove Park and its parent district are ideal suburban locations for young professionals and family’s alike. The area plays host to many top class restaurants, including the Michelin starred La Trompette. Gastro pubs also dot the local area and serve craft beers and other fine liquors into the early hours of the morning. The Chiswick Farmers and Fine Foods Market is also held every Sunday morning in the farmyard setting of Grove Park Farm House and refreshments are provided by the local Bowls Club.
The area is situated on a meander of the Thames, which is just one of the factors that make Grove Park a picturesque location. Parts of the local area are conservation areas, and much parkland is located nearby, including Ravenscourt Park, which contains tennis courts, a flower garden, a children's play area and plenty of open space. There is also Chiswick House and Gardens, Gunnersbury Triangle nature reserve, which contains six acres of woodland and Duke’s Meadow – a riverside park which is partly funded by the profits of the local farmers’ market.
Grove Park, with its idyllic, riverside surroundings, local parkland and easy commuter access to central London is a perfect place for families or young professional couples. It offers all that is needed in terms of culture, beauty and practicality.