Property of the Day: Hartington Road, Chiswick
While it may book like the south of France, this Chiswick villa has all the amenities you might want, while being just moments away from the heart of the city.
Pub in the Park 2019 Announces First Ever London Line-Up
Tom Kerridge’s Pub in the Park festival, which comes to Chiswick for the first time this year, has announced the first names to join the super star chef and his culinary friends on the tour in 2019
Restaurant Review: Villa di Geggiano, Chiswick
Chiswick resident and foodie Harriet Flood heads for Villa di Geggiano, a Tuscan treasure bringing the best of the iconic Italian region to Chiswick High Street
11 of the Best Restaurants in Chiswick
The best restaurants in Chiswick
How Much Are Houses in London’s Most Desirable Villages?
London’s urban villages have it all: wisteria-clad period homes, independent shops, artisan food stores, green space and excellent schools; it’s no wonder there’s a premium to pay to live in these vibrant community hubs. But how much are we talking?
9 of the Best Riverside Pubs & Restaurants in West London
Make the most of the last of the summer sunshine at one of west London’s brilliant Thames-side pubs, bars and restaurants
The Central London Properties with Hi-Tech Private Parking
When it comes to Location, Location, Location, it all seems to be about transport, transport, transport. But central London isn’t completely off bounds to cars (yet), so check out these properties with hi-tech parking for car-lovers
HOW CHISWICK’S CULT WINES MADE IT EASIER TO INVEST IN WINE
Cult Wines, a wine investment company in Chiswick, won The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2017. Here, Managing Director Tom Gearing tells The Resident why now’s the time to put your money in wine
Ad Feature CHISWICK’S BAGISTA TO LAUNCH POP-UP BOUTIQUE IN CHELSEA
Luxury pre-loved handbag boutique Bagista is opening its first pop-up shop this summer on the King’s Road, Chelsea’s iconic shopping destination
HOW RADIO GORGEOUS IN CHISWICK IS EMPOWERING WOMEN
Chiswick local Josephine Pembroke wanted to set up a platform that would give women a voice – and now the podcasting site is going from strength to strength