Whitelocke House is located adjacent to the borough's new Civic Centre on Lampton Road, between Hounslow Central Station and the retail centre that's in the midst of a multi-million-pound transformation. You couldn't ask for a better home or location.
Already a thriving destination full of high street favourites and all the amenities you would expect, Hounslow town centre is undergoing a complete transformation. Set to be complete in 2021, this new vision will offer 10,000m2 of additional shops and restaurants, along with a Cineworld multiplex cinema. This will be in addition to the Treaty Centre, which as well as a host of stores – focused on keeping Hounslow's wardrobes well stocked – is home to the Hounslow Arts Centre & Paul Robeson Theatre. There are also a number of gyms nearby. While for all your everyday needs, there's an Aldi and Asda, all within walking distance. In short, everything you need is moments away.
Food & Drink
Whatever your tastes and whatever your budget, rest assured you're well catered to in Hounslow. From Il Bebo's authentic taste of the old country and fine selection of wines to Sahara Grill's fusion of time honoured grill techniques and contemporary twists, and Vegology's mouth-wateringly meat-free menu, you could happily eat out every night of the week.
Or if you prefer a pint and some sports, or even jazz, with your meal, you could head to one of the area's many pubs. While for the sweet-toothed, there's a fine selection of gelato, waffles and other delights at Mimi's Coffee & Dessert Lounge. You really are spoilt for choice.
The Great Outdoors
As beautifully designed as the apartments are at Whitelocke House, it's nice to escape into the great outdoors. Whether you're a keen runner or just fancy a stroll or picnic, Hounslow has plenty of greenery to enjoy. Lampton Park is only 8 minutes away and offers 40 acres of parkland, consisting of playing fields, more formal gardens and six tennis courts. At 200 acres, Hounslow Heath is somewhat bigger and as a designated local nature reserve provides a more wild and rugged country setting to explore via a large network of paths.
Places to Explore
While there's so much literally on your doorstep, you're also surrounded by an array of great attractions - many of which are just a short walk away. Twickenham, the hallowed home of English rugby, is close to hand. As is Brentford Football Club's brand new stadium and their training ground. For lovers of history and gardens, there's the picturesque Syon House, Kew Gardens, Osterley Park and House to explore. All of which also play host to an array of festivals, events and concerts over the course of the year. The Thames itself is another great draw and perfect for whiling away a day strolling along it. You could even pop over the bridge at Richmond and embrace the upmarket selection of stores and eateries you'll find there.