Situated in a cul-de-sac close to the Harrodian School, River Thames and a local Recreation Park.
Barnes is famous for its Village atmosphere, restaurants, cafes, pond, opens spaces, Wetland Wildlife Nature Reserve.
There are excellent schools in the area and of particular note - St Pauls, The Harrodian, The Swedish School and Ibstock Place School. For younger pupils there is Colet Court, St Osmunds and The Lowther School.
Hammersmith provides access to the Picadilly, Circle and Hammersmith & City tube stations and a comprehensive range of shopping facilities.
There are two Southern Region overland train stations in the area, Barnes and Barnes Bridge.
The excellent 419 bus service between Hammersmith and Richmond stops at the end of the road, which benefits from a "wave down" service and central London and Heathrow can be accessed via the A4/M4.
For the sports and keep fit enthusiasts, The Roehampton Club and the LTA National Centre are situated close by, The Riverside Health Club is to be found on the north bank of the Thames, whilst Barn Elms offers a wide range of sporting activities.
For those who enjoy rowing, there is a club at Dukes Meadow and for the walker and the garden enthusiast the open spaces of Richmond Park and Kew Gardens are within easy reach.