Putney is a district in South West London located within the London Borough of Wandsworth. Putney attracts young professionals and families, who live alongside the older generations who have been in the area for years.
Putney is an ancient parish that is first mentioned as far back as the Domesday Book of 1086. For centuries Putney was a place where Londoners came for leisure and to enjoy the open spaces and clean air. In 1729 a bridge was built over the Thames to connect Putney to Fulham, and the area was transformed into a commuter suburb and country retreat for the wealthy classes.
“The river and green space give a fresh feel only six miles from town.”