Moving to St Margarets?
Updated: Feb 25
"Its name comes from the private country estate that was laid out for housing in the 19th century. As a result, it boasts an inviting mix of leafy streets, communal gardens and grand period properties. It’s a popular base for professionals and young families thanks to its strong community feel." Zoopla
"St Margaret's 'village' has a charming range of small shops, pubs and cafés
St Margarets sits on a bend of the Thames in south-west London, opposite Richmond and to the east of Twickenham.
It is now a fashionable residential pocket that has seen its fortunes rise in the past decade, with its’ enviable mix of large period homes and modern riverside flats tempting homebuyers seeking larger homes and more green spaces, but aren’t quite ready to swap city living for the country."
"The Village is home to OFSTED rated outstanding primary schools and a lovely high street, full of boutique shops, cafes, popular restaurants and gastropubs. It's a short walk to Richmond town centre and there are direct train links from St Margarets to London Waterloo.
With its tree-lined period roads, the Village is a favourite among those looking to commute into London whilst living in a quiet part of town." Dexters