Bustling and historic, Isleworth is a thriving London village offering NOMA residents an enviable west London lifestyle.

On NOMA’s doorstep, popular local shops line St John’s Road — bakers and florists, delis and furniture stores. Wander through St John’s Gardens and meet friends at coffee lounge Ballucci, head to Old Isleworth for lunch, or spend the evening at the London Apprentice, one of the neighbourhood’s best-loved riverside pubs.

Vital and dynamic, Isleworth and the surrounding riverside villages have been some of the capital’s most desirable suburbs for centuries. The future looks even brighter, as local regeneration is set to bring infrastructure improvements and a host of new leisure, cultural and entertainment amenities to the area.

The City On Your Doorstep

The constant flow of the Thames sets the pace of life in Isleworth, and the river is at the heart of the NOMA lifestyle – from morning runs or weekend bike rides along the Thames path to long afternoons in riverside parks and late nights with live music at pubs by the water. It’s time to move upstream.

London’s great outdoors is on your doorstep. Syon Park, Isleworth’s best historic park, feels like stepping into the deep countryside — but it’s just a 7 min bike ride away.

Richmond offers some of west London’s best shopping and places to eat.


Isleworth’s Zone 4 railway station is just a few minutes’ walk from NOMA, offering journey times into Waterloo of around 35 mins.

By foot

Isleworth Station

4 mins

Hounslow East (tube)

15 mins

Syon Lane Station

4 mins

Osterley Station (tube)

4 mins

By bike

Twickenham Stadium

6 mins

Kew Gardens

12 mins

Chiswick High Road

19 mins

Richmond Park

22 mins

hounslow east

Heathrow Terminal 4

11 mins

Acton Town

13 mins


20 mins


30 mins

Green Park

35 mins


Kew Bridge Station

7 mins


10 mins

Clapham Junction

24 mins


30 mins


35 mins

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