Penrhyn Crescent

Penrhyn Crescent

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Penrhyn Crescent

£6,500 pcm The monthly or weekly payment required by the landlord. Read our glossary page

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Lettings Fee Information

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Fees may be charged on a per property or per tenancy basis, see our Tenants Guide To Letting.

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14/09/2024

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Unfurnished

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Property description

You’d be hard pressed to find another community like East Sheen. It’s fun, vibrant and a mix of thoroughly interesting and creative types who love their neighbourhood, reflected in the colourful list of coffee shops, great pubs such as The Plough and The Hare and Hounds, and the lots of local independent restaurants and quirky retail shops.



It’s also a hub of public transport; another factor in this extraordinary city fringe destination, along with exceptional public spaces (Richmond Park and the River Thames), local Farmer’s Markets and being sandwiched between fabulous Barnes and Richmond, you’ll be thoroughly occupied and fulfilled at weekends. The A316 allows fast access to the M3, M4, M25 and beyond.



Close to Mortlake Station (fastest train is approx. twenty minutes to Waterloo), this is a superb family home in one of the most sought-after areas of South-West London.



Excellent schools, both state and private, are another huge bonus of living in the area and including Thomson House (Outstanding), East Sheen Primary (Outstanding), Tower House (Private) and The Harrodian (Private) to name but a few.


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