If shopping is your bag, there there's plenty in-store for you in Hounslow with 117,362 sq ft of new retail and leisure space planned. Alternatively, there are plenty of shops and restaurants right on your doorstep, in addition to Hounslow Town Centre being just a 10-minute walk away. If you can't find what you need in the High Street, then look no further than the Treaty Centre, home to our 42 shops and mouth-watering eateries, which offers a multitude of international cuisines.
Alternatively, head to nearby Richmond which offers numerous boutique stores and high street favourites. Or you can head towards central London to explore the Westfield shopping centre and big name department stores like Harrods and Harvey Nichols.
Live a healthy lifestyle at Lampton Parkside with plenty of options to keep fit. Sports pitches, tennis courts and a playground are all available within the neighbouring park, while Hounslow offers lots of choice with multiple gyms, a swimming pool and leisure centre. If getting outside for a walk, jog or cycle is your thing, then choose from the many paths meandering through the development, head out to the local jogging track or grab your bike from the ample cycle storage provided at the development and head to a local cycling route to wherever takes your fancy.
NESTLED BETWEEN NATURE
The opportunities to relax in a plethora of green surroundings are endless, not only will residents have the 40-acre green space of Lampton Park on your doorstep, there is a variety of scenic landscapes all within a 4 mile radius of Lampton Parkside.
Spend a day with the family at Hounslow Urban Farm, or take a cultural trip to The National Trust's Osterley Park, where you can take in the phenomenal views the impeccable Georgian country estate and its grounds. Why not drop by Kew Gardens and get closer to nature with the treetop walkway and admire the spectacular Great Pagoda. If you would rather spend your day near the water, then Syon Park and House is just the place; located on the banks of the River Thames you can soak up the culture of the historic gardens, arboretum and Great Conservatory.
Neighbourhoods such as Kew, Barnes and Chiswick are perfect for relaxed weekends with their riverside walks, cafes and pubs, while Hammersmith and Putney offer more extensive shopping, dining and entertaining, combined with the appeal of a Thameside location.
West London's Zone 1 destinations are home to many of London's leading cultural attractions, such as the Natural History Museum, V&A Museum, Science Museum, Royal Albert Hall and Serpentine Gallery in Kensington, while Knightsbridge offers some of London's most famous shopping and dining opportunities. Harrods and Harvey Nichols rub shoulders with designer boutiques and Michelin-starred restaurants on the streets of SW1 - all a quick journey by Underground from Lampton Parkside.