76 Lower Richmond Road, Richmond London SW15 1LL
The team in West Putney are local property experts in both Sales and Lettings. They are heavily involved in many community projects, including sponsoring All Saints Primary School in West Putney since 2010, helping with All Saints Church “Community in Music”, and being a regular participant in the Putney Christmas Market and the annual Totally Thames Putney Funday.
Putney and the surrounding area offers a wide variety of housing, from palatial Edwardian villas, Victorian terraced family homes to purpose built Art Deco apartments. In addition to period housing, our office in Putney has also seen an increase in modern developments along the river and off the High Street. However, it’s not just the quality of properties that make the area so attractive.
Emily grew up locally in Fulham and attended school in Putney. Having previously worked in Battersea, Raynes Park and Clapham, she has brought this wealth of knowledge and experience in the local area to her role in Chestertons.
Stephen joined Chestertons in 2011 as a Senior Lettings Negotiator in our Battersea office he now manages the lettings team in Putney, and brings a wealth of knowledge on the ever-changing lettings industry.
West Putney is a sought after residential location offering a village type environmentEmily Owen-Smith - Sales Manager
Parks & Recreation
It’s common to see runners and cyclists making the most of the local parks such as Putney Heath, Wandsworth Park and the famous Richmond Park, to name just a few. Along the river, walkers can enjoy the Putney to Richmond Thames Path walk, an 8 mile meander that follows the course of the Oxford and Cambridge boat race.
For those who love being on (or in) the water, Putney has both a canoeing club and a diving club. The Putney Sub Aqua Club holds diving sessions both in the UK and abroad, as well as local social events. The Putney Bridge Canoe Club offers training and open water sessions for all levels of canoeists and kayakers, on the Thames and further afield.
Restaurants & Shopping
Putney has a lot to offer in terms of cafes, bars and restaurants. Of course, there are many traditional British pubs to choose from too, some located right on the river bank itself.
We've selected a few of our favourite places that help make Putney unique:
Best place for breakfast:
If you fancy something other than bacon and eggs, Kitchenette offers Mediterranean style breakfasts such as Aegean Golden toast or Menemen (tomato, thyme, peppers and egg with Turkish bread and yoghurt) alongside the more familiar full English breakfast.
Best place for a coffee:
If you’re a bit of a coffee fiend, Artisan may be of interest to you. After spending a year working in the coffee regions of Uganda, owners Edwin and Magda decided to open a café in Putney following the growing trend of independently owned coffee shops across the capital.
Entertainment & Nightlife
Putney has a good selection of pubs and bars. Although there’s a lack of nightclubs in Putney, that doesn’t mean that a good night out can’t be enjoyed in the area. There’s also a cinema and a community theatre for those seeking some culture.
Schools & Education
Parents and children have a mix of excellent state and private schools to choose from. Notable primary schools include All Saints, Our Lady of Victories, St Mary’s, Brandelhow, Hotham, Hurlingham and Prospect House. Private secondary education in the area includes the highly sought after Putney High School for girls, Ibstock School and Kings College Wimbledon. St Pauls and the Harrodian schools are also within reach.
Getting around London from Putney is easy due to good transport links.
The mainline stations of Putney and Wandsworth Town have routes into London Waterloo and out towards Reading and Windsor, making it an ideal location to access both central London and the nearby counties. Drivers too benefit from Putney’s location. The A3 and M4 offer easy access to the M25, Heathrow & Gatwick airports and access out of London towards the South West.
Market stats for West Putney compiled on 2020-09-20 for postcodes SW15.
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.