Putney is a very well established up market suburb which has long had its established grandeur properties mixed with more trendy riverside apartments offering London living at its very best whilst being directly on the River Thames.
Putney has long been known as the starting point for the world famous Oxford and Cambridge University boat race first held 1856. This prestigious event captivates the essence of Putney and what it has to offer to today’s London as a whole as well as its well healed residents.
Putney’s many benefits are not all based around the River Thames. South West London in general is characterised by its greenness, and Putney is no exception. Putney Heath is small but pleasant, with woodland, open spaces and the picturesque Telegraph pub nestled at its centre.
Putneys transportation links provide a choice of ways to either heads to work in the city, or out of town to greener surrounds of Richmond Park and beyond.