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10 of the Best Properties in London Villages

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Looking for a village atmosphere in the heart of the city? From Marylebone mews houses to stately Wimbledon homes, we’ve rounded up ten of the the loveliest properties in some of the best London villages currently on the market.

The Best Properties in London’s Villages

1. Felsham Road, Putney

Felsham Road, Barnes

This gorgeous, spacious family home has been cleverly configured to include an abundance of light using contemporary design techniques, but maintains a refined period character throughout. A lovely garden and outdoor seating area also makes good use of the outdoor space. Putney, a leafy residential area with plenty of independent shops, good schooling, ample green spaces and transport links, is one of London’s most covetable villages, particularly for families. Available through Knight Frank for £2.5m

2. Dunstable Mews, Marylebone Village

Dunstable Mews

Quiet yet central, historic without being staid, Marylebone Village is one of the capital’s most coveted addresses, and this picture-perfect tucked away mews house is a rare find. Painstakingly refurbished from the inside, the two-bedroom property is well-proportioned and bright. Features include en suite bathrooms, a dressing room and two connecting garages; location-wise, it’s just a short walk from all the cafes and boutiques of Marylebone High Street, while beautiful Regent’s Park is merely a short stroll away. Available through Lurot Brand for £2,450,000

3. Strand on the Green, Chiswick

Chiswick

Bag yourself a slice of history, as well as stunning river views, with this Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse. Ideally positioned on the riverfront in the idyllic Strand on the Green area – tranquil and boasting wildlife, natural beauty, and historic pubs; it also hosts local sailing – it’s a four bedroom property with period features and grand reception rooms. Alongside the numerous promenade opportunities provided by this picturesque stretch of riverside, the property benefits from a spacious rear garden. Available through River Homes for £2,750,000

4. Needham Road, Notting Hill

Needham Road Notting Hill

What with its numerous boutiques, limitless dining and entertainment options and pretty squares – not to mention the world-famous Portobello Market – Notting Hill is surely one of the most desirable London villages for aspiring residents. This lovely bow-fronted Grade II property is at the very heart of the area, with five large bedrooms and ample living space, including a sunny morning room with sliding glass doors opening onto a stylish courtyard garden, itself ideal for al-fresco entertaining. Needham Road is moments away from the shops and restaurants that line popular Westbourne Grove. Available through Strutt & Parker for £4,750,000

5. Church Road, Wimbledon

Church Road, Wimbledon

Exceedingly green and peaceful yet well-connected to the city, Wimbledon is an obvious choice for anyone looking for a village-feel property in London. This charming family home is just as pretty inside as it is from outside, its fine interiors and handsome period features lending it a true country house air. At the rear, the magical gardens are formally landscaped, bursting with rosebushes and shaped topiary. Available through Knight Frank for £4,795,000

6. Old Palace Terrace, Richmond

Old Palace Terrace Richmond

Like neighbouring Wimbledon, Richmond is a perfect choice for London village living, particularly due to its proximity to the river and the historic park. This large, Grade II-listed property enjoys proximity to the very centre of town and with views over Richmond Green, but is also moments away from the tranquility (and resident deer) of the nearby park. Comprising of five double bedrooms and three receptions rooms, the interiors are contemporary, but integrate the period features that pop up at every corner. Available through Featherstone Leigh for £2,995,000

7. Hebron Road, Brackenbury

Hebron Road Brackenbury

A perfect period home for families – the compact exterior conceals five bedrooms – this Victorian property is positioned on a tree-lined street at the heart of Brackenbury Village. Living space is plentiful, with a bright conservatory kitchen that opens out onto a walled garden and bay-fronted double reception room, and the property also includes a utility and wine cellar. Available through Finlay Brewer for £1.8m

8. Rutland Gate, Knightsbridge

Rutland Place

What’s not to love about a white stucco-fronted townhouse facing a private square? Though Knightsbridge is famous for its luxury department stores, behind those famous façades lie quiet residential areas, the serene Rutland Gate amongst them. This stylish three-bedroom apartment has benefitted from a designer renovation to the highest standard, and enjoys views over its communal gardens. Hyde Park and many of London’s most famous cultural hotspots, including the V&A and Natural History Museum, are a short walk away. Available through Maskells for £3,495,000

9. Nottingham Place, Marylebone

Nottingham Place, Marylebone

We couldn’t resist including another Marylebone Village property, this time on red-brick Nottingham Place, moments away from both the High Street, Regent’s Park and Baker Street – not to mention the Chiltern Firehouse. This three-bedroom apartment reflects its period façade in grandeur and elegance, with high ceilings and well-proportioned reception rooms. Upstairs features an open plan, bay-fronted living space, while the master bedroom a floor below includes a luxuriously fitted en-suite and wardrobe space befitting a real fashion lover. Available through Marsh & Parsons for £3,695,000

10. Donne Place, Chelsea

Donne Place, Chelsea

Friendly and bohemian, Chelsea has long been one of the most sought after London village addresses. Set away on a quiet residential street a stone’s throw from Chelsea’s manifold entertainment spaces and shops, this charming home is spread over three floors, and includes a private roof terrace, perfect for summer days. The home’s period character is highlighted by a number of specialist features, including its grand staircase and original Art Deco stained glass window. Available through Carter Jonas for £2.8m

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