Our peaceful, healthy environment comprises a bold assortment of different homes.  Almost all of these share a view of the surrounding heathland.  It’s extremely rare to find a home on sale here, as residents seldom move.  Scroll down for a brief summary of just a few of these exclusive properties.

To find your new home here, search within 1/4 of a mile of Bristol Gardens,  SW15 3TG.  For further information, follow these direct links to:  PrimeLocation, RightMove and Zoopla.


Bristol Gardens, SW15 3TG.
• The most expensive house ever sold in Putney, is along the crescent.

Garden Close, SW15 3TH.
• Beautifully remodelled bungalows and a glass pavilion with large private gardens.

The Ridings, Bowling Green Close, SW15 3TE.
• Lovingly restored between 2010 and 2011.
• An outstanding example of an Art Deco home.


Highlands Heath, SW15 3TY
• The largest of the village’s private estates.
• Arts and Crafts exteriors, with Art Deco interiors designed by Liberty of London.
• Built in the 1930’s and comprising 146 flats, ranging between one and six bedrooms.
• All but eight of the flats feature a glorious 25 sqm/273 sq ft drawing room, opening on to spacious hallways.
• All flats look outward on to the heath and overlook it’s private gardens.
• The central area features two tennis courts, two squash courts, underground parking and garages.
• Heating, hot water, upkeep of the gardens and building maintenance are included within the annual service charge.

Lynden Gate, SW15 3TL
• Built in the 1980’s.
• 70 neo-Georgian styled houses.
• Cul-de-sac comprises Seaton Close and Beaufort Close (off Portsmouth Road).
• Gated community, with several full-time employees based within the gatehouse.
• Building maintenance is included within the annual service charge.

Wildcroft Manor, SW15 3TS
• Built in the 1930’s on the site of the former Manor House (off Wildcroft Road).
• The majority of it’s 56 ‘Tudorbethan’ flats have four bedrooms (at 185 sqm/2,000 sq ft).
• Larger, five and six bedroom flats occasionally come onto the market.
• The ornate iron, gold-leaf decorated, 18th Century entrance gates remain from the original house.
• Heating, hot water, upkeep of the gardens and building maintenance are included within the annual service charge.