192 Castelnau, Barnes London SW13 9DH
Our estate agents in North Barnes are specialists in providing property in and around Barnes, SW13. Well positioned in North Barnes on Castlenau, our estate agents are experts in providing property sales and lettings around the area.
Barnes is a popular area in South West London. Families love the area for the quality of housing, some excellent schools and the friendly village feel. The area’s chic ambience and range of boutiques, galleries and restaurants appeal to both professionals and families.
Properties range from cute cottages to larger Edwardian and Victorian houses. Popular apartment blocks and modern developments, such as the desirable Barnes Waterside/Harrods Village developments, are located closer to the river.
Barnes - two offices, one great postcode, we have got it covered.Chris Carney - Sales Manager
Chris has been working and living 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 for 13 years and joined Chestertons in 2016 as the Lettings Associate Director for Chestertons in Barnes. Amy is ARLA qualified and is hugely experienced in the lettings process, compliance requirements and changing markets throughout the years.
Parks & Recreation
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 that 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.
Restaurants & Shopping
Barnes has a selection of quality restaurants to choose from, many located right on the river. There are also a number of independently owned shops and boutiques.
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.
Entertainment & Nightlife
Barnes isn’t known for raucous night clubs but instead offers its residents a good range of quality bars and pubs, creating a laid back and friendly social scene.
It's also where you'll find some of London's most exclusive streets, such as The Terrace where the famous British composer, Gustav Holst, lived. Today, Barnes is home to many high-profile broadcasters, politicians and actors. Barnes High Street is home to a weekly farmers market offering award-winning organic produce, Barnes Common hosts an annual summer fair and Chestertons proudly sponsors the yearly Barnes Music Festival.
Barnes Pond, located in the centre of the village, is a well-loved local focal point and the London Wetland Centre is an urban oasis for wildlife and people just 10 minutes from Hammersmith. Also, The Old Sorting Office Art Centre, on Barnes Green, hosts frequent exhibitions and performances.
Schools & Education
The quality of schools in Barnes is a major draw for families. Local state primaries are Barnes primary, Lowther Primary and St Osmonds Primary. Private options include the Harridoan School, St Paul’s Boys School and the Swedish School which offers Swedish education from primary school age to sixth form.
Barnes doesn’t have its own underground station but instead has two mainline stations, Barnes and Barnes Bridge.
Both have frequent services running to Waterloo. Just north of the river is Hammersmith Underground station with regular District, Circle and Hammersmith & City line services. The station is easily accessible thanks to the regular bus services running between Barnes and Hammersmith.
Market stats for North Barnes compiled on 2020-07-02 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.
With a wealth of knowledge and experience, and a deeply statistical view on the market, our teams are able to provide maximum market exposure for every property.
Our Lettings department works proactively to ensure that the best possible rents and terms are achieved for all our landlords.
Providing a dedicated service to landlords with rental portfolios of more than three properties that are let privately, by Chestertons or by another agent.
Our Short Lets team enables landlords benefit from increased rental yields and the flexibility of letting their property for a term that suits them.