A thriving and popular village community nestled between Putney and Richmond, but close to both and all that they have to offer.


East Sheen has a busy and thriving High street and various supermarkets, including a Waitrose, that span Upper Richmond Road. The choice of bars pubs and restaurants is outstanding and lots of variety and choice.

Its hard to imagine you are so close to London and so East Sheen would suit someone who wishes to rent and enjoys the outdoor life, but needs to be near all the action.

Nearby and a longer walk or short jog, Barnes Village offers another village feel, with great restaurants and Pubs and of course the Thames, its towpath and the finishing line for the Oxford-Cambridge Boat race.

East Sheen is in a unique location of advantage and is one of London’s best kept “village” secrets.


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Sheen gate leads directly to Richmond Park, which is close by and walking distance and opens up the most incredible options of sports and leisure and much more.

Richmond Park is vast and a special conservation area of open trails and grasslands, ponds and lakes and the home of the world famous Richmond deer and a huge variety of wildlife.

East Sheen Common, covering 75 acres and consisting of woodland, a cricket field, a bowling green is also superb and Palewell Common offers further playing fields, a playground, tennis courts and a pitch-and-putt course.


Communications are excellent, the South Circular runs through east Sheen and along Upper Richmond Road, so fast access to the M4, A3 and M25.

There are two train stations Mortlake and North Sheen, with fast services to the West End and City, for example Waterloo in under 25 Minutes.

A great and varied Bus service runs along Upper Richmond Road and indeed to the bus station acting as a major hub, in Richmond, 3 miles away and along the main artery into central London.