It seems that this popular London Borough just isn’t going out of style, but instead is gaining all the time in popularity. With so many things to do in the area, it’s no surprise why apartments in Richmond are so highly sought after. To learn more about this tip-top and hip area see our Richmond Area Guide with the current Richmond listings. But in the meantime, we thought we’d give you a taste of what’s on the market now and what you can expect to pay in typical rents for this highly desirable neighborhood.
One of the more popular buildings is the Edwardian mansion of University Mansions on Lower Richmond Road. These spacious places are great for families, couples who need a spare room and an office, or shares as they are 3 double bedroom units and one of the most desirable apartments in Richmond.
This building offers river views in some of the units and is just minutes from the Thames. The nearest Tube station is Putney Bridge Underground and it runs the District Line. You’re an easy walk to Putney Mainline and to High Street from these apartments in Richmond. They offer an extra large reception room and separate kitchen sure to please any aspiring chef. Just £2,000/month.
So long as we’re discussing kitchens, this is one of the apartments in Richmond atop Richmond Hill that is worth looking into. It’s more than the great location you’d be getting in a place like this, with so very decorative period features and a reception room that looks out on the Thames it’s a steal at £2,300 a month.
This sleek kitchen is only one of the amenities this apartment has to offer. Its modern bathrooms, and open floor plan plays well with the light wood floors and the white cabinets viewable from the reception room. The master bedroom has built in closets and there’s also a second bedroom that would make a great guest room, office for any couple. Plus with this location you’re walking distance to the large Richmond Park.
But it’s the entire area that is so appealing when considering apartments in Richmond. A city along the Thames whose summer feel isn’t dissipated in the winter. It’s going to be hard for you to find a summer spot in London that’s more welcoming than Richmond. The park is alive and in bloom all spring and summer and each spot seems the perfect photo backdrop.
This quiet village has so much to offer that it’s no wonder it’s gaining in popularity at a steadily climbing rate. With a one bedroom as low as £1,100/mo through about £2,750 for a 4 bedroom house with a private garden on the high side of the market, you’re sure to find an affordable abode amongst the apartments in Richmond. For a look at Richmond flats from this summer check out our post here.