68-69 Barnes High Street, Barnes London SW13 9LD
Nestled in a bend of the River Thames, Barnes is an affluent and popular suburban district with a village atmosphere in the London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames in south west London. On the west riverside, Edwardian and Victorian properties line the streets near Barnes Pond, forming the ‘Barnes Village’ conservation area. On the east riverside, by the London Wetland Centre, converted depositories, modern apartment buildings and townhouses form the exclusive Harrods Village and Barnes Waterside developments.
Bordering Mortlake, ‘Little Chelsea’ is a small enclave of streets lined with pastel terraced cottages surrounding White Hart Lane. In 2017 the borough topped Rightmove polls as the happiest place to live in London.
Mr Thomas ( Landlord )
Excellent service throughout the process. Staff were helpful and kind in meeting requests. All worked to the highest professional standards. I am a happy customer!
Client ( Buyer )
Very good service. Chris and James always patient, helpful and excellent at keeping me informed and responding to queries.
Chris has been working in Barnes since 2004, so has a in-depth knowledge of the local area and residential property market. His main focus is to strive to exceed the expectations of all clients and provide professional service at all times.
Starting her career in Surrey, Amy has worked in the property industry since 2007, and joined Chestertons in 2016. Amy is ARLA qualified and is hugely experienced in the lettings process, compliance requirements and changing markets throughout the years.
Barnes - 2 offices, 1 great postcode, we have got it coveredChris Carney - Sales Manager
Barnes has retained woodland on the Barnes Trail and the Thames Path provides a public promenade along the river. Sporting facilities include several playing fields and many local clubs. Surrounded, as it is on three sides by the River Thames, it is hardly surprising that Barnes’ premier sport is rowing.
Both the famous Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race and the spectacular Head of the River Race are run on championship courses between Mortlake and Putney, which pass through the Barnes bend. Barn Elms Sports Trust and Rocks Lane Sport Centre are amongst the many community hubs offering sporting provisions in the area.
Barnes has an eclectic selection of cafés and eateries, award-winning restaurants and historic pubs to choose from. Rick Stein, located on the river at Mortlake High Street, serves fresh seafood dishes prepared to its namesake’s recipes and much-loved Orange Pekoe has been recognised as one of Tatler’s best places in London to have afternoon tea. Further favourites include Gail’s, Annie’s and critics’ choice and celebrity haunt, Riva, which offers Northern Italian dishes from the Lombardy region.
There are a number of shops and independent boutiques in the area. B London Boutique is a trend-led luxury lifestyle store and beauty spa on Barnes High Street. On Church Road, Luma offers luxurious ethically-made homewares and has been featured in Elle Decoration, House & Garden and Ideal Home magazines. The area further boasts high street favourites such as Jigsaw, Starbucks and Marks & Spencer Food Hall.
The Olympic Studios is a deluxe cinema and award-winning café, dining room and members bar on Church Road. The White Hart, on the terrace, is a pub for every season, with terraces overlooking the Thames for the summer and roaring fires inside for the winter. Jazz enthusiasts should head to The Bull’s Head on Lonsdale Road, which hosts regular live performances.
The quality of schools in Barnes is a major draw for families. Local state primaries are Lowther Primary, St. Osmund’s Catholic Primary and Ofsted-rated ‘outstanding’ Barnes Primary school. Private options include The Harrodian School, The Swedish School and renowned St. Paul’s Boys and St. Paul’s Junior Schools. Just across the river, is St Paul’s Girls School and Godolphin & Latymer. There are eight excellent nurseries and pre-schools in the area.
Just 30 minutes from the City, Barnes has two mainline stations, Barnes and Barnes Bridge; both offer frequent services to London Waterloo. The area is served by multiple bus routes into central London, Hammersmith and Richmond.
Just north of the river, Hammersmith underground station offers regular District, Piccadilly, Circle and Hammersmith & City line trains. Community Parking Zones in the area provide priority parking for residents.
Market stats for Barnes Village compiled on 2021-02-27 for postcodes SW13, W6.
Analysis of properties not sold / under offer, priced between £20k and £20m (sales), £150pw and £10k pw (lettings) and between 1 and 10 bedrooms.
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