Hammersmith is not only a key transport hub and commercial and employment centres, the area has elegant period architecture, great parks, riverside walks, a decent night life and excellent food shops.
Lying on the banks of the River Thames, Fulham’s excellent schools, attractive greens and parks, good local shops and great transport links offer the perfect blend of style and convenience.
Known as the starting point of the annual University Boat Race, affluent Putney combines handsome architecture and a thriving shopping centre with plenty of green space and great transport links.
This smart suburb’s mix of period properties and new-build flats are all close to riverside walkways, the green space of Wandsworth Common and excellent transport links to central London.
Best known as home to the All England Tennis Club, Southfields has an abundance of green space, local primary schools rated Outstanding by Ofsted and easy access to the District Line.Coming Soon
Close to both Putney Heath and Richmond Park, Roehampton is an area of affordability in south-west London that has an abundance of local shops, while great transport links make it within easy reach of the City.
Parsons Green is a family-friendly neighbourhood that is within walking distance of green space, the River Thames, an independent butcher, baker and coffee maker, a farmers’ market and even a village Post Office.
Just four miles west of central London, Shepherd’s Bush has enviable transport links, a wide range of period properties and new developments, good nightlife and is within easy reach of the Westfield Shopping Centre.