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Discover one of the most diverse and spacious London boroughs, Hounslow. Dig into its modern lifestyle and see how the area is becoming a new West London property hotspot.
Last update on 16 Apr 2024

Key details

  1. Expectations Living and experiencing true West London. A diverse and inclusive London borough full of contrasts.
  2. Typical lifestyle Lifestyles dominated by diversity. From healthy lifestyle and sports fans to greenery lovers and creatives.
  3. Not on the cards Quick commutes to Central London, uniformity, familiarity.
  4. Market settings Affordable real estate, both new and existing. Rising demand for new build homes as new developers enter the market.
  5. Feel of the area Welcoming, friendly, and diverse. An area full of greenery, entertainment, and sports facilities.


Iconic, diverse, friendly, welcoming, spacious, green, affordable, sought-after, emerging, west end, affordable new builds, rising demand for new homes, spacious greenery, affluent districts.
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Local area map

Popular Commute Times

Richmond Park 34m by train, 19m by car
London City Airport 84m by train, 78m by car
Big Ben 52m by train, 52m by car
Heathrow Airport 15m by train, 11m by car

Well Known Subways

Hounslow East
Hounslow West
Hounslow Central


North with Hanwell
East with Hammersmith
South with Hampton
West with Feltham

Around The Block

Hounslow sits between Hillingdon and Richmond-upon-Thames, next door to London Heathrow Airport. As such, not only does Hounslow offer exceptional transport links for residents, but visitors too.

Like many London boroughs, Hounslow is full of contrasts. Neighbourhoods like affluent Chiswick contrast with corners like busy Feltham, while average salaries reflect these extremes. The area also welcomes several redevelopment plans to improve the appeal of Hounslow for new residents and property buyers. Hounslow has already received £18.5m from the Mayor of London and will see thousands of new homes in the area by 2025.

Chiswick New Homes

As a result, Hounslow is becoming a new property hotspot in the capital. Let's dig into its lifestyle, transport links, property prices review, and sports facilities.

Lifestyle In Hounslow

As a borough of contrasts, Hounslow has something to offer everyone, from foodies to shopping fans. 

The dining scene in Hounslow is vast, ranging from an exclusive selection of restaurants to traditional gastropubs. It is especially relevant for Chiswick, with its renowned dining options like Franco Manca and Zizzi’s. The town centre offers Indian and South Asian dining hotspots. Saigon Restaurant and Taste of Lahore are some of the favourite choices for locals and visitors of Hounslow.

Chiswich, Hounslow

Looking for retail therapy? Hounslow has you all covered. The Treaty Shopping Centre in Hounslow is a grand shopping complex that hosts multiple popular high-street shops, including Debenhams and New Look. Else, enjoy Chiswick High Road and its independent boutiques like As Nature Intended for healthy foods and A Fudge & Sons for bicycles.

Transport Links In Hounslow

Thanks to a perfect location, residents in Hounslow enjoy efficient transport links and swift connections to the city and the airport.

Hounslow sits on the Picadilly line, available from Hounslow East, Hounslow Central, Hounslow West, and Osterley Park. For instance, a trip to Leicester Square takes around 40 minutes, while Hammersmith & Fulham and its dining and entertainment scenes are just 20 minutes away.

Heathrow Airport, the busiest airport in Europe, is also next door. It is a 15-minute trip via the Picadilly line or just a 10-minute drive by car.

Heathrow Airport In Hounslow

Residents also have access to the South Western Railway from Hounslow and Isleworth stations. A trip to Waterloo or Victoria stations takes just around 40-minutes.

New Property In Hounslow

Hounslow is a diverse borough, which is justified. Almost half (48%) of residents were born abroad. It is also home to one of the largest Indian communities in the UK.

On average, a home in Hounslow costs between 500k and 600k. It is more affordable than London average home prices and much more affordable than the nearby Richmond. However, property prices in Hounslow are well above the neighbouring Hillingdon.

New Homes In Hounslow

Generally, the property scene in Hounslow is vast, from terraced houses in Feltham to contemporary apartments in Chiswick, a sought-after property type among young commuters. 

As for the new-build property market, Hounslow welcomes several top-tier London developers with many new build developments and thousands of new homes. According to our data, 50% of all new homes in Hounslow are sold out, meaning competitive and heated settings for new-build home buyers in the borough.

Health, Sports, and Culture In Hounslow

Hounslow is a perfect spot for sports fans. The area boasts spacious greenery for runners and cyclists and a wide selection of gyms and sports chains, including Gold’s Gym, The Gym and Anytime Fitness.

Hounslow Sports

Be sure to visit Brentford Fountain Leisure Centre and Hanworth Air Park Leisure Centre for more sports and leisure facilities in Hounslow.

As for the cultural activities, the Paul Robeson Theatre is a popular creative destination, with an on-site bar, a café and a dance studio. Another popular hotspot is Hogarth’s House, the former home of Georgian painter William Hogarth. 

Be sure to visit the famous Syon House in Syon Park. Once home to the Duke of Northumberland, it is most famed for its catchy interior designs.

Hounslow's New Homes

More Venues To Pay Attention To:

  • Beaversfield Park;
  • Lampton Park;
  • Hounslow High Street;
  • Hounslow Urban Farm;
  • Osterley House;
  • Chiswick House.

Frequently Asked Questions


Is Hounslow A Good Area To Live?

Hounslow is widely regarded as a favourable district within London, especially for those seeking more budget-friendly alternatives beyond central London.

This area offers a diverse array of residential and commercial real estate, boasts excellent transportation connections, and features a plethora of shops and dining establishments.

In What Zone Is Hounslow?

Hounslow West station sits between Hatton Cross and Hounslow Central stations along the Hounslow branch of the Piccadilly line, located within Zone 5.

What is the crime rate in Hounslow?

Hounslow ranks among London's top 20 safest boroughs.

In 2023, the overall crime rate stood at 104 crimes per 1,000 people, showing a slight improvement compared to the city's average, with a 0.33% lower rate.

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