Putney Village is situated in the heart of Putney Heath, London, UK.  Surrounded by heathland, this exclusive community comprises a wealth of mansions and mansion blocks.  The architecture is largely a mixture of Arts and Crafts and Art Deco, lovingly preserved in fitting with the era.

Set within a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Special Area of Conservation, our environs are protected for generations to come. Residents enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, including cyclingwalkingrunning and cricket, whilst private tennis and squash courts, swimming pools and gardens are the norm.

To see the area in more detail, click on the map or pop over for a visit!

Access to/from the City is effortless, with frequent trains taking commuters to Waterloo in fourteen minutes. Our village bus is the 424, which goes down the hill to Putney Railway Station and Putney Bridge (from Bristol Gardens/Portsmouth Road). There are similarly good links to Barnes, Chelsea, Clapham Junction, Kingston, Victoria, Westminster, Wimbledon Village and beyond.  Parking is plentiful, however many residents prefer walking amidst the trees to driving.

Whilst you are here, you may wish to enjoy a delicious meal at The Telegraph Pub.  Fresh fish, large British steaks and vegetarian food, plus a broad assortment of wines and beers are on offer all year round.  Over the summer, pick a table outside in their garden – in winter, the fire will be burning in the snug.

According to John Locke, who wrote in 1679: “The sports of England for a curious stranger to see are horse-racing, hawking, hunting, and bowling; at Putney he may see several persons of quality bowling two or three times a week.” Much of which continues to this day.