306 Sandycombe Road, Kew London TW9 3NG
Kew estate agents are specialists in providing property advice for sales and lettings in TW9. The Kew branch pride themselves on in depth local knowledge, and delivering excellent results for all clients. The office is heavily involved in the local community and sponsors London Welsh ARFC, Richmond Cricket, Tennis and Archery Clubs, as well as The Queen's School, Kew Riverside Primary School and Broomfield House School.
Kew is a sought after, affluent pocket in South West London. Its village charm and wealth of historic houses and gardens – such as Richmond Park and Kew Gardens – makes the area extremely popular with families and those looking to live in a relaxed environment; while still having convenient access to central London.
In my opinion, Kew is London’s best kept secretDaniel Killick, Sales Manager
Client ( Client )
Bree and the team were really supportive and professional. It was really nice to have such a relaxed but professional service after we were disappointed by another estate agent.
Miss James ( Buyer )
All round good experience and I initially dealt with two branches. They were personable in their approach , and were there when I needed them.
Daniel has over 12 years of experience in estate agency in South and West London. His strategic approach to marketing has meant Chestertons Kew are prides himself on his strong affinity with the local area and endeavours for his team to be a prominent part of the community.
Steven joined Chestertons in 2008 working in the South Kensington office and dealing with one of the most demanding markets in London. Since then, he moved to the Little Venice office where he increased market share in the area to become the number one agent for lettings deals agreed in W9. Due Steven's success he now runs both the Richmond & Kew lettings offices.
Parks & Recreation
The well-loved Kew Green Park is within walking distance of the River Thames; the green acts as a good starting point for a rambling walk along the towpath.
At the North East corner of Kew Green is Kew Pond. This old horse pond is now an attractive local feature thanks to volunteers from the Kew Society who planted the island and pond edges, creating habitat for a range of water birds.
On the first Sunday of every month (except January), around 45 independent traders set up their stalls, many of them award-winning and all of them loving what they sell, whether it’s craft beer or charcuterie, hand-knits or herbal infusions, perfect pies or pottery... And with great street food on hand the market has become quite the place to hang out for lunch, listening to the bands in the sunshine-yellow music marquee and meeting friends and neighbours.
Restaurants & Shopping
Kew has a variety of quality cafes and eateries, award-winning restaurants and historic pubs to choose from. The Glasshouse located in the heart of Kew Village is owned by Nigel Platts-Martin and Bruce Poole, the team behind acclaimed London restaurants Chez Bruce and La Trompette. It gained a Michelin Star in 2002 and has maintained it outstanding reputation for food, wine and customer care ever since. Further favourites include The Botanist, a gem amongst London's myriad of pubs, Coach and Horses sympathetically modernised Georgian pub/hotel steeped in history, Kew Grill, highly recommended steak house.
There are plenty of chic restaurants and pubs to choose from in Kew. On the first Sunday of every month the Kew Village Market opens for business, serving a range of artisanal food stuffs, crafts and everything in between. It’s run completely by the local community and donates a proportion of its profits to charity.
Best place to pick up a bouquet:
Zita Elze is a florist with a background in interior design. In addition to providing flowers for events, she is also the creator of the ‘Living Embroidery’ Bridal Collection, a collection of bridal wear adorned in flowers. Take a look at her blog for a bright dash of colour.
Entertainment & Nightlife
Best place for a drink in the summer:
The Coach & Horses pub serves reasonably priced drinks and has a large terrace overlooking Kew Green, making it the ideal place for a drink on a summer’s evening.
Best place to catch a play:
The Orange Tree Theatre in nearby Richmond hosts a number of performances throughout the year and aim to showcase unknown writers and actors. It’s a small, intimate venue.
Schools & Education
Kew has a wide choice of quality local schools which is a major draw for families. Local state primaries are Queens, awarded Ofsted outstanding in 2017, Kew Riverside & Darrel School. Private independent school options are Broomfield, The Unicorn, Kew College and close by Godolphin, St Paul’s & Colet Court.
Kew House School is the local private secondary school.
Transport links include the London Underground (District Line – Zone 3) & the London Overground into London or Richmond as well as regular bus services.
Kew Gardens & Mortlake stations are within easy walking distance.
There are also two nearby mainline services just on the North side of the River, Kew Bridge and Chiswick. Both stations run regular services to Waterloo. The neighbouring Richmond Station also has services to Waterloo and Stratford.
eathrow airport is less than 10 miles away & the motorway network is within easy reach. Driving routes include access to M3, M4 & the South Circular for convenient access both in & out of London.
Community Parking Zones (CPZs) are areas of the Borough which provide priority parking spaces for residents. You must have a valid parking permit for the relevant area to park a vehicle in a CPZ during operational times.
Kew Station Forecourt car park:
This car park is accessible and free to park in outside of these operational hours.
Market stats for Kew compiled on 2019-10-19 for postcodes TW1, TW7, TW8, TW9.
Analysis of properties not sold / under offer, priced between £20k and £20m (sales), £150pw and £10k pw (lettings) and between 1 and 10 bedrooms.
A rarely available Edwardian family home, approximately 1927 sq ft, arranged over three floors and conveniently located on one of Kew's premier residential roads off Kew Green. South west facing garden. EPC rating D
Unique opportunity to purchase this ground floor conversion apartment enviably positioned on Lawn Crescent. The front, rear gardens and Freehold are included within the sale. Purchase subject to a protected tenancy. EPC rating E.
Opulent duplex penthouse apartment with unrivalled far reaching views enviably positioned within an award winning, exclusive gated development. Garden terrace, balcony, allocated parking, lift service & concierge. EPC rating C.
Rarely available circa 1095 sq ft maisonette benefitting from it's own private entrance and a delightful rear garden. Close proximity to premier schooling options. No onward chain. EPC rating D.
With a wealth of knowledge and experience, and a deeply statistical view on the market, our teams are able to provide maximum market exposure for every property.
Our Lettings department works proactively to ensure that the best possible rents and terms are achieved for all our landlords.
Providing a dedicated service to landlords with rental portfolios of more than three properties that are let privately, by Chestertons or by another agent.
Our Short Lets team enables landlords benefit from increased rental yields and the flexibility of letting their property for a term that suits them.