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East Sheen Area Guide

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Locals love East Sheen for the wide open spaces of Richmond Park, good size houses, chic town centre which hosts a variety of local independent shops, supermarkets and a broad selection of restaurants and cafes, not forgetting the renowned state and independent schools.

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There are an abundance of transport links into and out of East Sheen, via Rail, Buses and Road.

By Train

Mortlake station provides regular fast (23 minute) national rail services to London Waterloo, and out to Richmond where there are London Overground and Underground Trains

By Bus

Buses are aplenty in East Sheen, with a huge selection of routes in and around the area, serving Hammersmith (33, 209 & 419), Clapham Junction (337) and Richmond (33).

By Car

Road links into and out of East Sheen are excellent. London is easily accessible via the South Circular and A3, whilst the M3, M4 and M25 are all nearby to escape to the country away from the hustle and bustle of London.

Local Amenities

There’s plenty to do in Sheen and the nearby area, popular weekday and weekend activities include;

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Schools in Sheen are renowned for being some of the best in the borough of Richmond. Families move to the catchment area from all over London in order to increase their chances of gaining a place for their children at one of the prime south west London school.
State Primary Schools

State Secondary Schools

Independent Primary and Preparatory Schools

Independent Secondary Schools

Restaurants & Bars

East Sheen is well known for its endless places to eat out and drink in East Sheen, as well as a wide selection of boutiques and popular shops. Hot spots include;

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