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Sitting along the Thames River, SW15 attracts wealthy professionals and families looking for spacious homes, excellent schools and large areas of greenery. Here, one can enjoy a good work-life balance.

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Putney Heath
attracts high earners eager to settle down among the leafy surroundings with their growing families and provides excellent schools right on their doorstep.
East Putney
offers excellent transportation links to its residents and is home to sophisticated, young and middle-aged professionals who enjoy the city life with suburban qualities.
Putney Bridge
overlooking the Thames River, it boasts trendy and elegant cafes and restaurants, perfect for affluent individuals and families.
Putney High Street
is filled with highly desirable and independent shops and cultural institutions – premier destination for established and emerging creatives and entrepreneurs.

The area of Putney, SW15

Putney is the place to be. It’s a vibrant superb area, filled with loads of river activity, greenspaces, restaurants, pubs, and the best Victorian housing. It has a marvelous atmosphere where the streets are filled with music and good-times. The area includes extraordinary transportation and education, and is located only 6 miles away from the city’s centre. Putney is an exceptional area to live or to visit and here’s why. 

What would Putney be if we didn’t mention the race between Oxford and Cambridge University? In fact, you may recognize Putney for its magnificent boat race that takes place every year. The Boat Race starts from Putney Bridge and stretches for 4.25 miles. The event usually brings in 250,000 spectators and has been ongoing for over 180 years, but that’s not the only thing to see here in Putney. 

Well, the area comprises excellent school districts and has a student success rate of 83-97% of students acquiring employment or attending university right after.

Along with high education standards, Putney contains great transportation links. There are various tube stations to take such as East Putney, Southfields, and Putney Bridge. Putney lies in Zone 2 and 3, placing it just the perfect amount away from the city’s centre and keeping commuting simple. There are also overground trains, usually faster than the tube, from Putney to Waterloo though waiting times in between trains can be longer. Putney’s bus network is also a reliable form of transportation as buses run for 24 hours a day! It may not be the fastest form of transportation, but it bonuses as a sightseeing tour. 

Putney Common is located a ½ mile west from the town’s centre and its green pitch is cherished by all of London. During the warmer months, you can spot some cow parsley on the London clay, and to the north of the commons is a trail that leads out to the Thames Towpath. The park is perfect for those who simply want to enjoy their leisure. Visitors can engage in a quiet evening or choose to have an active day on the greenery or in the woodlands. 

Located next to the River Thames, there is a 4 mile riverside walk where residents and visitors can walk along the banks from Putney to Battersea. Apart from the bridges that are visible from this walk (Putney Bridge, Fulham Railway Bridge, Wandsworth Bridge, Battersea Bridge, and Albert Bridge), there are also other breathtaking sights to take in. There’s some really beautiful architecture, and you can see sculptures, statues, churches, and a helipad. 

While you’re there, you can participate in many water festivities that will have you and your young ones smiling ear to ear. There’s paddleboarding, kayaking, biking, and a river boat cruise that allows you to pass by Houses of Parliament and Tower Bridge. If your family is looking for a thrill, take them on a speed boat from Thames Rockets. 

A marvelous park, where royalty lies, is the Richmond Park that covers 2,500 acres. The park comprises varied landscapes, such as hills, woodlands, and grasslands. The vast landscape allows you to observe numerous kinds of wildlife. The park has royal connections that link to Edward (1272-1307) when the park was originally named Manor of the Sheen. It wasn’t until King Henry VII that the park was renamed Richmond Park. The park features a brilliant plantation, the Isabella Plantation, where the woodland garden covers 40 acres and emerged in the 1830’s. The plantation is run organically, and it’s here that you can spot copious amounts of wildlife.

If shopping is on the to-do list, there’s an excellent shopping centre, Putney Exchange Shopping Centre, that has everything you will ever want and need. The centre has bakeries, apparel shops, a toyshop, beauty salons, cafés, and even a carwash service where they’ll wash your car while you shop.


The media experts for Putney

Hungry? There’s always something delicious to munch on while in Putney. The Boathouse is a beautiful building encompassed with glass and stands 3 stories tall. It has views of the Thames River, and a balcony and garden that can handle any weather that England may throw at us. With food inspired by the sea, The Boathouse is a must to visit.

If you’re not into seafood, that’s okay. There’s Bill’s, a contemporary European restaurant, and Coppa Club, a local restaurant offering igloos with unbeatable views . Both are pleasant restaurants overlooking the Thames River that serve many mouth-watering dishes other than seafood. Another top-notch restaurant is Home SW 15 who serves the best modern British food. Can’t take our word for it? Home SW 15 was 2019 Winner of London’s Best Local Restaurant. They offer genuine hospitality and have such a warm and welcoming staff; it is a home away from home. There’s also a lovely Indian restaurant on Richmond Road called the Holy Cow. Probably because that’s what the food will make you say! This local restaurant recognizes how important dining is and focuses on quality, creativity, and above all, taste. You can even design your own dish. 

To drink, a common and historic pub is the Green Man. Here, they serve food all day long and have a special and seasonal menu just for British food. The pub is ideal if you’re looking to sit back and relax while eating delicious food. The bar is fully stocked with ales and wines and has a wide selection of spirits and cocktails. A bonus point? The pub is dog friendly; we don’t want your furry one missing out on the fun! 

One pub that pulls out all the stops is The Spotted Horse. They have great food and drinks, with handcrafted cocktails, signature Sunday roasts, and plenty of other options that will keep you coming back for more. Located outside the maddening streets of Putney High Street, The Coat & Boat is one of the locals favourite pubs. The pub, found on Lacy Road, offers a homey environment and is a phenomenal setting for people watching, munching on fabulous food, or watching some sports on the big screen. 

Putney is also home to a bunch of celebrities. Jack Whitehall, fellow comedian, grew up in Putney and his parents still live here today. Then there’s the athletes who have previously trained in Putney: Former decathlete Daley Thompson, gold medal winner in the 2012 olympics for double sculls Sophie Hosking, Mark Aldred who competed in the 2016 olympics for rowing, and Jess Eddie who won silver in the 2016 olympics for rowing. Famous actor Pierce Brosnan as well as musician Simon Le Bon, also lived in Putney. Today, actor Jason Flemygn lives in Putney. 

With plenty to offer, Putney makes for an optimal place to live or to visit. 

Featured Image Credit: It’s No Game, flickr

East Putney Image Credit: Ewan Munro

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