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Sheen & Mortlake

All our team are local, so along with the usual useful information, we have included our own favourite aspects – discovered after years of living here. Something you may not know? Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web grew up in East Sheen.

Sheen & Mortlake – Our favourite bits

Jonathan: Sunday lunch in the Hare and Hounds Garden for me. You wouldn’t know there is a huge garden out the back and always a nice atmosphere.

Rupy: Walking through Sheen Woods in Autumn, wrapped up warm and kicking leaves followed by a drink in The Plough on Christchurch Road.

Chris: Love the sandwiches at Pickle and Rye by Mortlake station.

Property & transport in Sheen & Mortlake

Property

The area is primarily made up of period terraced housing but it can range from new build flats to large mansions towards the park. Prices vary, but you can buy a one bedroom flat for around £300,000 whilst the houses are from £700,000 to £1,800,000 for a terraced property and up to £6m for the larger mansions by the park. If you’re looking to rent, one bedrooms start at £1,100 per month, but the plush waterfront apartments can go for up to £5,000 per month. Houses range from £1,800 for a cottage up to £5,000 for a larger family house. Get in touch for specific guidance on prices.

Transport

Mortlake Station enables you to get to Waterloo in 23 minutes. The area is well serviced by many bus routes, including the 209 route which takes approx. 15 mins to get to Hammersmith. Heathrow Airport is 30 minutes away depending on the traffic. The A3 and A4 is within easy reach, so you can drive to the country or straight into town.

Living in Sheen & Mortlake

Green Spaces

There are few areas in London that offer such a wealth of green spaces. With a direct gate to Richmond Park (London’s biggest green space) you can cycle round the 8 miles or walk to Isabella Plantation. East Sheen and Mortlake offer some real gems such as Palewell Park with its playground, café, football pitches, tennis courts and golf. Sheen Common also offers Tennis Courts, woodland and regular Cricket matches. Mortlake Green has a playground and basketball court. If you need more, stroll down to the river and enjoy one of the riverside pubs like The Ship or the White Hart.

Schools

One of the main reasons people move to the area are the outstanding schools. The Primary schools are highly sought after with Sheen Mount, East Sheen Primary and Thompson House School all assessed as outstanding by Ofsted regularly. Richmond Park Academy is the main comprehensive secondary school in the area but there are also many private schools in the area.

Get in touch today on 020 8940 2991