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196 Upper Richmond Road
Greater London
SW15 2SH

Why move to Putney?

Putney is not, in fact, one area, but four, each with their own distinct character and charm. Thameside Putney is well-known as the home of the Oxford and Cambridge boat race. Lovers of period homes will be in heaven in West Putney which is made up of predominantly large Victorian villas. East Putney boasts an eclectic mix of period and modern architecture, which blends to create an attractive, lively and vibrant neighbourhood. And Putney Heath, boardered by Wimbledon Common and close to Richmond Park is so open and green it feels almost rural.

Some things to love about living in Putney

Get in the festival spirit at the annual Putney Christmas Lights & Market in Market Church Square off Putney High Street.

Enjoy free range meats and friendly, knowledgeable service at local family-run butchers The Parsons Nose on Lower Richmond Road.

Avoid Putney Bridge on days when Fulham play at home. The football ground is just over the river and Putney Bridge is main place for fans to cross.

The historic Winchester House Club is a beautiful local private members club with a breathtaking riverside lawn.

Fancy a dance? Head to the Fez Club on Upper Richmond Road.

A little bit of history

There has been trading in the ancient parish of Putney for over 2,000 years and a river crossing point since Roman times. The Domesday book mentions the ferry at Putelei. In 1642 Putney and Fulham were joined by a bridge creating a major London thoroughfare. In Victorian times Putney boomed as a market garden for London and Westminster. Then, with the coming of the railways, our area saw an explosion in housing and became the major centre and residential area we know and love today.

Need to know


Every Friday and Saturday a Farmers' Market takes over St Mary's Church offering fresh and local produce, but our main shopping area is Putney High Street where you'll find all sorts of independent and chain shops, including Waitrose.



By Tube:

Catch the District Line from East Putney, Putney Bridge, Parsons Green, Southfields or Wimbledon stations.

By Train:

Putney Station runs services to Waterloo, Clapham Junction and Gatwich Airport.


Call Double O Car Hire on 020 8789 0031, Cellect Cars on 020 8788 1886 or T&J cars on 020 8788 6166.

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