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Barnes, Sheen and Mortlake are located in South West London and nestle
between the River Thames and Richmond Park. All three areas have an
abundance of transport links into the centre of London, excellent schools,
shops and restaurants. In addition to this Richmond Park and the
London Wetland Centre (WWT)
is a couple of minutes away.
Ham and North Kingston are ideal areas for families, both are located in a
bend of the River Thames at Teddington Lock with multiple opportunities
for leisure activities including sailing and rowing.
Nearby Ham Common and Richmond Park add to this by offering 2360 acres of
parkland to be discovered by cyclists, joggers and ramblers.
Nearby historic Ham House provides beautiful gardens, events including
Polo and the occasional ghost!
is served by good independent schools. As well as St. Paul's Boys' School
and Colet Court, its prep department, the Swedish School serves the
Swedish expatriate community and there is co-educational Harrodian School.
Nearby Hammersmith offers St Paul's Girls' School and Godolphin & Latymer
School, also for girls. There are no state secondary schools in SW13, but
St Osmund's RC Primary School in Barnes is well regarded.
North Kingston, Ham & Petersham are well served with exceptional schools
of which Tiffin Boys & Girls school are renowned nationally for their
educational excellence. The German school in Petersham and the
American College in Richmond attract many overseas Tenants.
is a half-hourly overland rail service to
Clapham Junction and Waterloo from Barnes and Barnes
Barnes village is
located on the main bend in the River Thames, which features the
and Cambridge Boat Race and the area is well served by transport
connections, schools and restaurants.
Updated: 19 October, 2012