While our offices are based in Brentford, we also serve the surrounding areas, including Chiswick, Kew, Isleworth, Twickenham, Osterley, Ealing, Acton, Hammersmith, Richmond, Teddington and Hounslow. Our extensive knowledge of the west London property sector has taken decades to build and continues to grow rapidly with every client we meet.


    At Xavi & Co Estate Agency, Brentford is our hometown. This peaceful suburban town in west London falls under the London Borough of Hounslow and is famous for its large green spaces, historic landmarks and ever-changing views over the River Thames. Its convenient location means that you are only ever 8 miles away from Charing Cross Station, which is considered central London, and less than an hour away from Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Its rapid development over recent years has made Brentford a favourable location to invest in, in west London, all whilst maintaining a strong community feel between the local people. Whether you are looking for a stunning retirement home near a leafy park or a dynamic investment opportunity in one of West London's fastest-growing suburban towns, Brentford might just be what you are looking for.

    If you have ever visited Chiswick, you will understand why so many families choose to make it their home. It is often described as a peaceful and leafy village on the River Thames and renowned for its deep-rooted history and stately homes. While Chiswick is a perfect city escape location, within the city, it also has an abundance of vibrant cafés, bars and restaurants for all tastes. Take relaxing walks around Chiswick House or walk along the river until you reach Richmond Park. Heathrow is only 20 minutes away and a train to Embankment only 25. Xavi & Co Estate Agents know Chiswick incredibly well and will answer any questions you have about the town and surrounding areas.

    Home to the world-famous Royal Botanical Gardens 'Kew Gardens', historic museums and art galleries, Kew is one of the most affluent neighbourhoods in west London to invest in. It falls under the Borough of Richmond upon Thames and is drenched in history with royal associations dating back to Tudor times. One of the beauties of living in Kew is that you can get to Trafalgar Square and Heathrow Airport in under half an hour. From Kew Bridge to Brentford, it only takes 3 minutes, so if you are looking to buy, rent or sell property in Kew, give our offices a ring. We offer in-depth knowledge based on your requirements and the latest market trends in the Kew property sector.

    Isleworth is a fast-developing town sited within the London Borough of Hounslow in west London. Its original area of settlement alongside the Thames is known as ‘Old Isleworth’ and spans approximately one mile. In many ways, Isleworth is a real gem in west London due to its lush green surroundings and long history dating back to the Anglo-Saxon period. It has easy access to all of London and just a walk away is Osterley House. There is a great sense of community in Isleworth, but for city workers and property investors, Isleworth is a favourable location due to its excellent transport links, shopping centres and schools, and has a booming hospitality scene featuring a range of trendy cafés, bars and restaurants. It is quite a large town, so please do not think twice about asking for our help. Our property agents in Brentford can be with you in under 15 minutes to conduct a viewing or manage your rental home.

    In the land of fine dining and highly-desirable properties, Twickenham has got to be one of London’s most popular riverside towns offering everything you could need. Gone are the days when only the rugby-obsessed showed interest in this historic suburban town. It is now a booming and affluent area attracting property investors and families from across the UK. As well as the long Thames-side walks, quaint old streets and riverside homes, Twickenham is also known for its easy access to all of London, traditional pubs and stately mansions such as Ham House, one of the most impressive Stuart houses in the whole of England. Marble Hill House, Orleans House and York House are also within walking distance from the centre of town. Xavi & Co Estate Agency in Brentford offer expert property advice in relation to buying, selling and renting a property in Twickenham.

    With most of the land of Osterley being operated by the National Trust, residential properties situated in this safe and affluent countryside neighbourhood do not often come at a low price. Osterley offers one of the largest open green spaces in west London called Osterley Park, a large country estate which is also home to Osterley House, one of London’s most magnificent stately mansions built in the 1570s and used throughout the Elizabethan period. Today, it is open to the public and attracts tens of thousands of visitors to the site per year. Putting nature and history aside, Osterley has a vibrant community side to it too. Whether you fancy a long walk ending in a pub lunch on the river or fine dining in the trendy cafés, bars and restaurants, Osterley meets the best of both worlds.

    Ealing is a district in west London that became a municipal borough in 1901. The London Borough of Ealing also covers Acton, Greenford, Hanwell, Northolt, Perivale and Southall, which, collectively, have formed part of Greater London since 1965. In the early 1900s, Ealing had a reputation for being ‘Queen of the Suburbs’ due to its greenery and convenient positioning between city and country. Over recent years, Ealing has experienced huge developments and with countless new-builds on the rise, has become a popular investment location for property developers. Ealing offers a wealth of choice in the west London property sector, and while it is generally considered to be expensive, there are so many gems still catering to lower-income budgets as well. Our property agents are available to answer your questions and can inform you of the latest trends in the Ealing property and finance markets.

    Acton was originally an ancient village during the late Tudor period when it was popular among travellers as a stopping place between London and Oxford. Over the decades, Acton continued to expand into the City of London and became one of the four major towns of the London Borough of Ealing in 1965. Separated into four main wards, East Acton, Acton Central, South Acton and Southfield, this multicultural residential hub has become a popular place to live, especially as it offers larger, more affordable housing options, plentiful green spaces and easy access links to all of London. Central Acton has built its reputation as a hub of commerce and retail, signalling that Acton will continue to be a fast-developing area of west London. Give one of our agents a call if you are looking to buy, sell or rent a property in Acton.

    Hammersmith is widely recognised as one of west London’s most powerful commercial and employment centres and is identified in the London Plan as one of just 35 major centres in Greater London. Together with Shepherd’s Bush, Kensington, Chiswick and Fulham, they all form part of the north bank of the River Thames, and excellent transport links exist to all of London and beyond. If you are a keen shopper and lover of chic cafés and farmer’s markets, Hammersmith offers something for everyone. King Street is Hammersmith’s most famous shopping street, which is also known for The Lyric Theatre, Town Hall, two hotels and the local cinema. Hammersmith is positioned between High St Kensington and Chiswick and also has a decent nightlife, including world-famous venues such as Hammersmith Apollo, where some of the world’s leading comedians and artists go to perform. To rent a property in Hammersmith or for advice on where to buy property, contact our offices and speak to one of our agents.

    Richmond is notoriously one of the best places to live in south-west London and attracts visitors from all over the world. Richmond was founded after Henry VII built Richmond Palace in the 16th century, and has been preserved ever since with countless listed buildings and conservation areas. One of the most beautiful places in Richmond has got to be Richmond Park. It is one of London’s eight Royal Parks and is considered an important habitat for wildlife. Richmond Park is a National Nature Reserve and is open to the public for enjoyment. Richmond is now part of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and has built a strong reputation in the commercial and retail sectors. If you are thinking about moving to Richmond for its bustling social scene, you will love it in the summer when Richmond Riverside and the trendy cafés come to life. Our property agents work with landlords and homeowners looking to sell property in Richmond and offer accurate property valuations upon request.

    Teddington is a quintessentially British village with a riverside position in south-west London. It is mostly residential, with a lengthy high street featuring a fine selection of restaurants, pubs, bars and shops. Teddington High Street stretches from the river to Bushy Park, a Royal Park which is linked to Hampton Court Palace by the Longford River. With roaming red and fallow deer, magnificent birds and never-ending gardens and grassland, this picturesque park will have you wandering lost for hours on end. Teddington has a history dating back to Saxon times and now reflects a true hub of creativity as it largely supports independent brands in the retail and hospitality sectors. If you want to feel like you are living in the countryside and be part of a close-knit community, Teddington is the village for you. To buy, sell or rent property in Teddington, do not hesitate to contact our office for answers to your questions.

    Hounslow is a large suburban town in west London that makes up part of London Borough of Hounslow alongside Chiswick, Brentford, Isleworth and Feltham. It is identified as a major metropolitan centre in the London Plan and has been developing rapidly for decades. Since the 1920s, when the Great West Road was built, Hounslow became an attractive location for the building of factories, industrial business premises and housing developments. Access to all areas of London and Greater London is simple from Hounslow, and a trip to Heathrow Airport will take you less than 15 minutes.

To learn more about the Areas We Cover in west London, contact our office and speak to a friendly member of our team. We look forward to hearing from you and answering any questions you may have.