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Our auctions are in-house, online and live streamed across the country. Each auction offers residential and commercial property, development, investments and land.
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Facts about Osterley
Syon Lane forms the border to the east, while the border with the town of Heston is to the west. Osterley extends to the south of the A4 to at least Church Road based on house deeds, much housing existed before the mid-1930s and before the A4, St Marys Church south of the A4 is also in Osterley.
Besides Osterley House and Park, the district is also known as one of the London residences of The Sultan of Brunei (The Aviary Farm in Windmill Lane). The electoral ward of Osterley and Spring Grove now has its own dedicated police team as part of the Metropolitan Police Safer Neighbourhoods program.
History of Osterley
Osterley Park and House is a Georgian country estate in west London, that straddles the London boroughs of Ealing and Hounslow. Originally dating from the 1570s, the estate contains a number of Grade I and II listed buildings, with the park listed as Grade II*. The main house was remodelled by Robert Adam between 1761 and 1765. The National Trust took charge of Osterley in 1991 and the house and park are open to visitors.
The original building on this site was a manor house built in the 1570s for banker Sir Thomas Gresham, who purchased the manor of Osterley in 1562. The “faire and stately brick house” was completed in 1576. It is known that Queen Elizabeth visited. The stable block from that period remains at Osterley Park. Gresham, the founder of the Royal Exchange, also bought the neighbouring Manor of Boston in 1572