New Homes in Putney
Known for its riverside bars and pubs which are packed to the rafters when the annual Boat Race rows into town, Putney is located within in . Close to and and with on the opposite bank of the River Thames, new homes in Putney are served by a train and Tube station which is connected to the District line.
Whether you’re interested in seeing live music and comedy shows or going for relaxing walks over Putney Heath and Common, this is a charming part of to live in. So don’t wait around, browse our latest developments near Putney below.
Live the Putney life
Great location? Check. Riverside setting? Check. Excellent schools? Check. Plenty of local attractions and open spaces to enjoy? Check and check. Buying a new home in Putney makes perfect sense on so many levels, and you can add one more to that when you take up our Movemaker scheme, where we ensure you don’t need to pay a penny in agents’ fees when selling your current home.
Things to see and do in Putney
This is a brilliant place to live if you enjoy spending time surrounded by pleasant greenery. From Putney Heath and Putney Lower Common, which lead to Wimbledon Common to the vast expanse of Richmond Park and Wimbledon Park nearby, the London Wetland Centre also lies to the north west of the area.
Riverside walks along the Putney Sculpture Trail and annual highlight the Boat Race, where Oxford and Cambridge pit their wits - or rather oars - against each other also beckon. You can also cross Putney Bridge over to Fulham and enjoy spots like Bishops Park, before having a knock on the tennis courts at Leader’s Gardens. Who knows, taking your kids for a lesson there could one day lead to a family day out at nearby Wimbledon.
When it’s time for your children to focus on their studies rather than sport, there are a number of excellent options to choose between. The area’s Brandlehow Primary, Our Lady of Victories Catholic Primary, St Mary’s CofE and All Saints’ CofE are all primary schools judged to be outstanding by Ofsted.
Continuing on the secondary level, Ashcroft Technology Academy is a mixed school which caters for children up to the age of 18. It’s also rated as outstanding by the education board, while Putney High School and Allen House Independent School are local independents.
Putney transport links
East Putney Tube station lies on the District line, giving you direct access to places like Earl’s Court, Victoria, Westminster, Embankment and Tower Hill. As well as a selection of local bus routes, there’s also a train station on Putney High Street offering South Western Railway services. Heathrow Airport, meanwhile, is less than 10 miles west for when you want to go on holiday or you’re off on a business trip.
The Putney property scene
As a desirable place to live with a lot going for it, house prices in Putney are higher than the overall London average. From large detached houses to terraces and homes split up into flats, there’s a good selection of Victorian and Edwardian homes across Putney.
Help to Buy Putney
In Putney you can take advantage of Help to Buy London if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy London page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.