Hamptons International in Putney is located on the Upper Richmond Road in East Putney and specialises in the letting of residential property in and around the Putney, Wandsworth and Roehampton areas. Our team of experts have many years of experience in the lettings industry and offer a comprehensive service which includes lettings, property management, refurbishments and insurance services.
Putney is situated on the south side of the River Thames in the Borough of Wandsworth with easy access to all other parts of London. There is a choice of the Underground (District line) and British rail which can take you to London Waterloo in just 17 minutes.
The lettings market in this area has been incredibly buoyant, with more and more people moving to the area due to the affordability of property compared with prime central London. Putney offers a wide range of accommodation from Victorian conversions to stylish new-build apartments and luxury gated developments.
West Putney, with its peaceful village atmosphere and tree-lined streets, attracts many families to the area. Situated in London's greenest borough, there are several open spaces to enjoy including Wandsworth Park with its children's play area and the more rustic charms of Putney Heath.
This, along with the wide range of excellent schools, both public and private, including Putney High School and Brandlehow primary, makes it an excellent choice when looking for a family home. A five-bedroom family house on the roads around Howards Lane and Hazlewell Road can be rented for around £1,200 per week.
East Putney is becoming more and more popular for both families and young professionals alike, mainly due to the fantastic transport links available. With prices traditionally slightly cheaper than in West Putney, it is a great choice to experience London living at it's best. A one-bedroom apartment in and around SW15 will set you back around £350 per week.
The proximity to the high street is a real draw for young professionals for its vibrant nightlife and wide range of restaurants and bars. Putney is also home to the famous live music venue The Half Moon pub which has played host to the likes of The Rolling Stones, The Who and U2.
The proximity to the River Thames is also a real draw to the area and the stylish riverside apartments, such as those in the recently developed Putney Wharf Tower, attract premium rents for their views of the river.
Putney is also one of the most significant centres for rowing in the United Kingdom and every year, Putney plays host to the start of the Boat race between crews from the universities of Oxford and Cambridge. First raced in 1829, the Boat Race is one of th