254A Upper Richmond Road West, East Sheen London SW14 8AG
Our Chestertons East Sheen branch are specialists in providing property for sale and lettings. They pride themselves on their knowledge of the local area and having strong community ties with close links to East Sheen Primary school and St Mary Magdalene Primary School. With a focus on building strong relationships with clients and customers, establishing their needs and requirements and striving to find their future home or investment opportunity.
East Sheen is perfect for families providing an easy commute in to London from Mortlake Station, with large attractive period houses. The Upper Richmond Road and Sheen Lane have many boutiques, independent coffee shops, restaurants and pubs creating a friendly and relaxed atmosphere on weekends too.
Matthew has been an estate agent for over 12 years and has an in-depth knowledge of the local residential sales market. Having grown up in East Sheen, he is extremely familiar with the area, knowing SW14 inside out, with his previous work in Richmond bolstering this local knowledge. He and his team continue to build on the already strong Chestertons reputation within the area.
Kerri-Ann has worked in lettings since 2014 and during this time has built up extensive experience. She brings a wealth of knowledge of the lettings industry and a passion for letting high quality homes to professionals and families. Outside of work she loves running, socialising and keeping fit.
East Sheen is a little known gem of an area; once discovered, people find that it's hard to leaveAmy Reynolds - Director, Sales
Parks & Recreation
Many runners and cyclists take advantage of having Richmond Park on their doorstep. Bicycles can be rented from Roehampton Gate car park and the park has designated cycle routes for those wishing to explore the park. Runners are also well catered for as East Sheen has its own running club, the Sheen Shufflers, who run frequently in Richmond Park and offer training sessions to its members on a nearby running track in Barn Elms.
There’s a multitude of other sports available to participate in, including golf, fishing, rugby, fitness ‘boot camps’ and even power kiting. Just along from Richmond Park is Palewell Common, offering tennis, pitch & putt and fitness classes for the local mums.
Nearby Mortlake is also the final point for the boat race between Oxford and Cambridge Universities and is a great day out for the family, with lots of places to cheer the teams on before coming to the finish line.
Restaurants & Shopping
East Sheen offers great shopping for everyone. There are boutique style shops, successful on a word of mouth basis, and also exceptional restaurants. There’s also the usual large coffee shop chains plus independent coffee shops to satisfy caffeine cravings.
Entertainment & Nightlife
There’s plenty of variety and East Sheen caters to both families and single professionals. There are a select number of bars and pubs to enjoy in East Sheen. The Hare & Hounds is always a popular spot after work and at weekends with its large beer garden. On Parkside there is The Victoria pub and also The Plough, offering great food and pretty beer gardens in the summer.
Schools & Education
The schools in this area have an excellent track record of performing well in Ofsted Reports. There is a wide range of primary schools within East Sheen including East Sheen Primary School, Sheen Mount, Thomson House, St Mary Magdalene’s and Holy Trinity. State secondary schools include Richmond Park Academy and Christ’s School.
East Sheen does not have any underground stations however both Mortlake Station and North Sheen station provide a great service to London Waterloo and are a stop or two away from Richmond, where you can easily access the District Line and Silverlink service. The area is also well served by frequent bus services, running to Hammersmith, Putney, Richmond, Clapham Junction and Wimbledon.