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Isleworth is situated in West London, in the London Borough of Hounslow. It sits west of the River Thames and just east of Hounslow. The original settlement area is now known as Old Isleworth. An area known as Spring Grove lies on the north-west corner of the town, which borders Osterley.

Isleworth’s boundaries were larger than they are presently today and this is due to a borough boundary realignment in 1994 in an attempt to integrate the St Margarets district into the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames. Consequently the size of the town’s boundary with the Thames is surpassed by a tear-shaped island within the Thames that is 3.5 hectares and is known as Isleworth Ait. South of Isleworth Ait is where the River Crane flows into the Thames.

Isleworth’s development within the early-mid era of the 20th century mostly consisted of residential expansion. Subsequently, factories, offices and other buildings which gave jobs to the community were constructed. This rapid onset of development turned Isleworth’s agricultural setting into a more urban backdrop. After the wars, development further continued around the mid 20th century and not too long after, the county of Middlesex and subsequently the town of Isleworth yielded to the unstoppable growth of London.

The town holds host to many facilities beyond its residential areas, including various schools, hospitals, churches, recreational grounds, a leisure centre (which includes a swimming pool), a public library, a gymnasium and a town hall.The town has also been home to many notable people, such as William Turner, Sir Joseph Banks, Peter Oliver, Vincent Van Gogh (When he moved here to become a teacher in 1876) and many, many more.