Verdo 2 - Flats
Kew Bridge, London, UK
The vibrant areas of West London offer an eclectic blend of busy urban streets and an array of green space to its residents. Verdo is ideally placed to capture the demand of the skilled local workforce, employed by some of the world’s leading companies.
About the Project
- Surrounded by well-kept parks, the tropical gardens of famous Kew Gardens and the river Thames, Verdo is not just a selection of beautifully crafted apartments, but represents the start of an exciting regeneration and the creation of a neighborhood, designed for the 21st century.
- Verdo is exceptionally well located for the daily commute either into Central London (20 min) or to globally renowned companies being served by National Rail, The Underground Overground services, as well as the Road Network.
- The nearest Underground station Gunnersbury is 8-10 min walk , Kew Bridge station just 1 min walk
- Ivy House (Phase1) will offer 96 highly specified 1,3 & 3 bedroom apartments, each with private balcony or terrace, all offering a modern lifestyle second to none.
- Verdo will provide 253 units with wider regeneration of Kew Bridge set to deliver in excess of 1,700 homes across a number of sites.
- 24 hour concierge, private dining suite, residents’ lounge in ambient setting, fully equipped gymnasium, private screening room, podium garden with cocktail terrace, parking
- At Verdo you will enjoy a luxurious new home that’s breathtakingly beautiful inside and out
- Bronze impressive Juliet balconies
- 250 leasehold
About the Area
- The legendary Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is famous for its variety of beautiful trees and plants from all over the world and is also an internationally important botanical research and educational institution, just across the Kew Bridge
- Another historical monument – Kew Bridge, built in1903 by John Wolfe- Barry and opened by Edward.
- From 1924 to 1956 the Q Theatre stood opposite Kew Bridge station, staging plays that often went on to become West End hits. Vivien Leigh, Joan Collins, Sean Connery and Dirk Bogarde were among the actors who performed here early in their careers
- A gem among London’s lesser-known collections, the London Museum of Water and Steam is housed in a former water pumping station on Green Dragon Lane.
- A short distance to the west, the Musical Museum has an unrivalled collection of self-playing musical instruments. There’s also a tea room with a view of the Thames and a concert hall that hosts dances and showings of classic films.
- Brentford FC’s proposed new stadium near Kew Bridge, is expected to encourage new restaurants and pubs to open in the area.
- The area is extremely famous for its schools.