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Barnes Estate Agents

Jezzards Estate Agents covering Barnes and the surrounding areas.

Our team are happy to talk to you about your requirements, in the branch, over the phone, via email or visit your home, depending on what suits you.

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Welcome to Barnes

Barnes, in the south-west of the capital, is one of the loveliest little villages in London. Sitting on a great curve of the Thames it has a two-and-a-half mile river frontage stretching from the London Wetland Centre and Barn Elms in the east to Barnes railway bridge, the last landmark on the annual Oxford and Cambridge boat race, in the west. At the centre of this picture-postcard community there is a duck pond and the popular Sun Inn, with its outside terrace.

Hammersmith Bridge at the north end links Barnes to the centre of Hammersmith, the nearest entertainment and high rise office area. Barnes adjoins the South Circular Road and Putney, which forms a rival commercial hub to Hammersmith. Unlike Mortlake and Hammersmith, Barnes has no dual carriageways. The locality is one of a minority at its radius from the centre of London in the early 21st century to be defined by suburban by a Greater London Authority paper.

Barnes has two mainline railway stations Barnes Bridge railway station and Barnes railway station, whilst its nearest tube station is Hammersmith on the District and Piccadilly lines, which also has bus connections to central London.

Narrow lanes lined with cottages are a feature of this part of London, as is traditional shopping: Saturday morning has a timeless feel about it as residents with proper shopping baskets visit the butchers and bakers, and have coffee with friends.

This favoured London village has good primary schools and high-achieving private schools, loads of owner-run little shops and restaurants and is a quick and easy commute into central London via Clapham Junction, Vauxhall or Waterloo. The presence of the Swedish school in Lonsdale Road has made this a popular destination for expatriate Swedes, which has given Barnes a detectable Scandinavian flavour.

Barnes has homes from several eras. There are Georgian houses overlooking the Thames and around St Mary’s Church. Further waves of development followed the opening of Hammersmith Bridge in 1827 when fine Regency villas with their own carriage drives and coach houses, which now sell for up to £5 million, were built along Castelnau.

There are also later Victorian and Edwardian houses including the famous lion houses in The Crescent, Glebe Road and Hillersdon Avenue with their fine detailing and proud lions looking down from their rooftop perches.On the Lowther estate around Ferry Road there are spacious Twenties houses, and where Barnes merges with Mortlake there are roads of pretty terrace cottages in the area known as Little Chelsea.

Those properties in the Barnes primary school catchment area are particularly sought after. Close to Hammersmith Bridge and Barnes Bridge station there are large mansion flats overlooking the river.

The conversion of the Harrods depository into flats brought loft living to Barnes, while the nearby development of the old waterworks site brought new roads of townhouses and large detached houses.

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Free Instant property valuation

Whether you are ready to sell or let your property or if you are just curious as to what value your property might achieve in the current market, our online valuation tool will give you an instant estimated value of your property. For a more accurate property valuation, based on our local market knowledge, you will also be given the option of scheduling a free, no obligation market appraisal with one of our team of trained property professionals.

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Why choose Jezzards

Whether you are buying, selling, renting or letting, you couldn’t have made a better choice than Jezzards.

But don’t just take our word for it; Customers review our services on the independent review site Feefo, where you can see what we are really all about. 

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So whether you are thinking of selling your property for the first time or you're an experienced seller looking for a new estate agency service, please get in touch to discuss your requirements.

Remember, should you ever need to contact us, our customer service centre is available for you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 03330 433 633.


Parkshot House, 5 Kew Road Richmond TW9 2PR United Kingdom (033) 3043 3633 email (020) 3725 3022 Barnes SW13, East Sheen SW14, Ham TW10, Kew TW9, Mortlake SW14, Putney SW15, Richmond upon Thames TW9, St Margarets TW1


What our clients say about us

  • " Used Jezzards to find someone to rent my house, met with Sam who was great and very easy to deal with. "

    Herry June 2018
  • " Used Jezzards to sell my home and i was very impressed. "

    Anonymous June 2018
  • " Very attentive in what they do and kept me updated every step of the way, will use again and won’t hesitate to recommend. "

    Nik Davies, Barnes June 2018
  • " I first met Jezzards when I was looking for a new agent to take over the sale of my property, having used one of those online agents before and had no joy. After only 2 weeks on the market I had an offer for my property. I had previously been on the market for nearly a year with no offers so I was very pleased with their service from start to finish. I also would like to thank them for letting me keep my virtual tour of my (old) house so I would always have a memory of our first family home. "

    Paul White, Chiswick June 2018
  • " I was looking for a property to rent with my family and was moving to the Kingston area from North London, not knowing the area, Sam was a great help with showing me properties to taking me round the area when out with him and showing me the local schools. "

    Mr and Mrs Singh, Surbiton June 2018