Despite this residential area is very close to central London, Hounslow makes you feel as you were living though in a leafy country village just next to the Thames. In addition it is surrounded of excellent small boutiques and very fine restaurants. You will also find some of the most expensive streets in London. All this has contributed to make this zone the objective of important people such as politicians, actors and high-profile broadcasters
Top attractions of Hounslow:
- One of the most famous music studios, where very important groups as The Rolling Stones some of their tracks, is unlikely located in Barnes: The Olympic Sound Studios
- The art is also a popular thing in this Thames-side village, setting the Riverside Gallery and The Old Sorting Office Art Centre
The zone is not very well connected, despite it has Hounslow Central and Hounslow East Stations (Piccadilly Line), for the rest, there is no underground, but is served with three overland trains stations, that are: Barnes, Barnes Bridge and Mortlake.
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