Despite its proximity to central London, Barnes offers an almost rural and secluded setting on the banks of the River Thames where you can still experience a relaxing village atmosphere. The picturesque focal point of Barnes village is the pretty Green complete with duck pond.
The style of properties is varied – from charming period cottages to elegant town houses and modern apartments to be found on the sought after Barnes Waterside Development.
Barnes high street boasts several smart boutiques, as well as a local grocers, delis, gift shops and some very fine restaurants making it popular with both families and professionals.
Barnes is the home of some excellent schools such as The Harrodian School, St Pauls, The Swedish School and a number of excellent primary schools. The Wetland and Wildfowl Centre is a favourite weekend destination for the local residents, as is the recently refurbished Olympic Studios.
Barnes Bridge and Barnes stations provide regular trains into Waterloo with a journey time of circa 20 minutes.