Our Barnes estate agents handle residential property for sale in Barnes and the area around Putney, Roehampton and East Sheen. This area has been at the heart of the Knight Frank’s London residential business for over 100 years, and we have been a successful real estate agent in the Richmond Borough for over 25 years, selling many of the finest houses within the area.
Barnes is a truly unique location in that it retains its charm and individuality as a village in London but is known by people all over the world. Barnes boasts beautiful architecture, predominantly from the 18th and 19th centuries, with areas characterised by certain styles; for many, Barnes is known for its majestic ‘Lion houses’ and for the beautiful waterfront properties of The Terrace overlooking the Thames.
Knight Frank Barnes Estate Agents offer a wide range of the best properties for sale on the market, ranging from large detached family houses, through to period and contemporary apartments overlooking the river Thames. It is an excellent destination for buyers wanting a safe environment to bring up their family in a desirable location with world class schools and transport links in to Central London.
Properties to let in Barnes and the surrounding areas are managed by the Knight Frank Richmond office and are available to advice on your lettings requests.
The local Knight Frank Barnes team is perfectly positioned to help you with your property requirements; whether finding a buyer finding a new home to buy or exploring ways to enhance the value of your property. The team has detailed market knowledge, a wealth of experience and an excellent track record in achieving repeat and recommendation business. With over 120 years' experience and 523 offices in 60 territories, Knight Frank is exceptionally well positioned to help you, whether London or the wider UK, residential or commercial, domestic or global.
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