West London’s Brentford is a historic county town in Middlesex; within the London Borough of Hounslow and part of Greater London since the Sixties. The town is found where the River Brent and the Thames meet, some eight miles from Charing Cross. An alternative to riverfront hotspots, Brentford has all the appeal of a cosmopolitan waterside hub without a hefty price tag. The aforementioned river duo flows into the Grand Union Canal; lined with historical pubs and cheerful family-run cafes, it’s just the place for weekend strolls. Read on to discover the developments that are rated as the best places to live in Brentford and to see reviews from residents who own or rent in Brentford.
Great facilities, look and feel of the place. However very close to a not so nice part of this town and not much to do within the very local area.
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Design and facilities are great and with transport links very close by. However there is still very little to do within the area which can make living here boring. Parking is not good, there is a parking lot beneath my block however mine has been allocated a 5 minute walk away. Internet is not good, only BT and hyperoptic are options to get a reasonable internet speed.
Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:
How often trains run from kew bridge. Can frequently have trains not running at all and often can be every 30 minutes into london
How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:
Very well. Issues resolved quickly and efficiently with good communication verbally and written