Strategically located for international travel, the stylish residences at Central House are ten minutes away from Heathrow International Airport and twenty minutes away from Stockley Park. Uniting convenience and function, we offer a range of modern, fully furnished studio and one bedroom apartments ideal for extended stays. Central House is located two minutes away from Hounslow Central Tube Station. Connected by the Piccadilly Line, Hammersmith is twenty minutes away, while Knightsbridge, Green Park and Piccadilly Circus are between thirty and forty minutes away. In 2018, the Cross Rail from the neighbouring town of Hayes will cut journey times further. Minimalist but exuding a sense of contemporary design, the apartments at Central House boast real oak strip timber floors. Each apartment features a tastefully decorated living space that features a coffee table, a large sofa and a home entertainment system with Sky TV to ensure guests are kept well entertained throughout their stay. The open plan kitchen features all the necessary appliances and utensils for self-contained living. Whether you’re enjoying a morning coffee or unwinding following a long day at work, the elegant kitchens provide the apartments with a homely ambiance. Regardless of whether you’re staying in a studio or one bedroom apartment, the bedrooms are designed for comfort and serenity. Consistent with the modern tone of these apartments, the bathroom contains a toilet and shower over bath. Central House is composed of two apartment blocks designed around a well-manicured communal garden, providing the apartments with a touch of tranquility. Additionally, each apartment contains complimentary Wi-Fi and regular cleaning services.
Located in West London, Hounslow is a thriving suburb that boasts excellent transport links to central London. The opening of Heathrow Airport in 1946 brought considerable growth to the area. As Heathrow has continued to inexorably expand, so too has Hounslow. The Treaty Centre, Hounslow’s indoor mall, contains over 40 stores, cafes and restaurants. Located six minutes away from Central House on foot, The Treaty Centre features an array of high-street fashion favourites to indulge in. Hounslow’s High Street contains a Global Food Market, giving visitors to the area a chance to experience a sumptuous foods from around the world. A vast expanse of verdant plains, walkways and wildlife, Hounslow Heath was once used by Oliver Cromwell and King James II as a military camp, before being used as a hiding place for the notorious highwaymen. Now, the area is a peaceful retreat from the buzz of the city. Lampton Park and Inwood Park are less than fifteen minutes away from Central House, while Murray Park and Beaversfield Park are twenty minutes away on foot.