Composed of more modern developments and effortless transport links, Kew Bridge across the river is seeing a rise in prominence. There’s something for everyone just a stone’s throw away. Locations beloved by the community include The Stable, a familystyle gastro pub, and the Watermans Art Centre with facilities such as a cinema, theatre and various art galleries. Attractions nearby Kew Bridge include Michelin-starred restaurant, The Glass House, as well as Kew Village and it’s idyllic Sunday farmers market. The attractive riverside location still allows for tranquility and easy access to neighbouring leisure activities but is more affordable than its older brother Kew. Investors are taking notice as prices in Kew Bridge have risen an average of 48% since 2008 according to JLL. West London’s growing success is an opportunity for buyers who see the value of long-term capital gain as an alternative to purchasing in prime central London.