For Richmond, Sheen, Mortlake and Putney


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 didn’t know? The author of Mr Benn lived on Festing Road and aspects of the show were based on the street!

Putney – Our favourite bits

Chris: The view from Putney Bridge during sunset looking back across the water to the rowing clubs, Thames path and beyond View map >

James: A pub for every occasion, lots of green river walks and coffee stops along the way. A community village feel that’s just a mere 20 minutes from the action and excitement of the city.

Susie: The Telegraph pub in Putney Heath on a nice day. A true hidden gem. View website >

Property & transport in Putney


West Putney offers pretty residential roads, with mainly Victorian and Edwardian houses but Putney also offers large mansion flats with the iconic Kenilworth Court and many more, further up Putney Hill. The east side of Putney offers similar housing stock but is peppered with new build developments of plush flats. One-bedroom flats are available from £350,000 and houses will be upwards of £1,000,000. The rental market in Putney is strong so you will be spending £1,400 plus for a one-bedroom flat whilst houses will start from around £2,800 per month. It also benefits from the lower council tax.


Putney is extremely well connected via three local stations. Putney mainline station provides access to Waterloo in 15 minutes. East Putney and Putney Bridge (both Zone 2) underground stations. Buses offer excellent links – you can even go straight from Putney to Piccadilly on the 22 bus. Our favourite transport in Putney has to be the River Bus which offers a regular boat service to central London.

Living in Putney

Green Spaces

Wandsworth Park in East Putney is home to football matches on the weekend and leads to the River Thames offering a beautiful space to enjoy a picnic. This lovely park also has a café and crazy golf for all ages. Putney Common is more sedate and is home to cricket matches and charming woodland. Putney Heath is the largest green space in Putney, with around 380 acres of natural woodland and is a beautiful place to explore. If you need a spot for the family, the Leaders Gardens has an excellent playground and tennis courts.


The schools in Putney are without doubt some of the finest in London. All Saints PrimaryOur Lady of Victories and Brandlehow School are a few of these Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ rated schools in the area, but the quantity of these excellent schools is also impressive. With great results across the board, you can find an excellent school anywhere in Putney. For all the facts and figures please check the Wandsworth borough schools here.

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