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  • 23 The Quadrant
  • Richmond
  • Surrey
  • TW9 1BP, UK
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Andrew Jourdain

Associate Director, Richmond upon Thames Branch

Marc Williams

Regional Director, Richmond upon Thames Branch

  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 23 The Quadrant
  • Richmond
  • Surrey
  • TW9 1BP, UK
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Few spots along the River Thames are more scenic than Richmond. Not surprisingly, it’s been favoured by the royals since Henry VII built Richmond Palace here in the 16th century. While the palace no longer remains, the many stately homes provide a glimpse into this rich past. Today, that sense of exclusivity is just as prevalent, as this suburb continues to attract London’s rich and famous.

The capital may be a short distance away, but Richmond boasts a tranquility unlike many of the neighbouring commuter towns. The appeal lies in open spaces such as Richmond Hill. Considered one of the most picturesque parts of London, this striking view leaves a lasting impression. Richmond Park is another delight, with 2,500 acres of woodland featuring landscaped gardens, ponds and ancient trees.

Chancellors estate agents in Richmond
Chancellors estate agents in Richmond

Even the town centre boasts a stretch of greenery: a park known as The Green can be found between attractive Georgian-era properties. Small paths navigate from here to the shops and vibrant attractions of Richmond town centre. Aside from the independent retailers, residents can enjoy the stylish eateries or dine at a Michelin-starred restaurant. Other local favourites include the ODEON cinema and Richmond Theatre.

Given these attractions coupled with the spectacular scenery, Richmond is equally attractive to families and young professionals. The top-performing schools of the area provide further appeal, and the wide array of properties offers everything from modern flats to historic cottages.


Transportation in Richmond

Richmond promises a speedy commute into central London thanks to the Overground service, which travels to Waterloo in 19 minutes. Alternatively, residents have the convenience of the Underground station, which is the last stop on one of the western branches of the District line.

Those travelling by car have excellent transport links nearby, all accessible via the A316. This connects to the M3, while the M4 begins after crossing the Kew Bridge. Close to the M25, Richmond offers residents easy access to other suburbs across London, while Heathrow airport is only 23 minutes by car.

Richmond train station
Richmond train station

Primary and secondary schools in Richmond

Parents have an impressive choice of schools in Richmond. The catchment area covers many top-performing state primaries. The Vineyard School is among the most sought-after, closely followed by The Russell, Sheen Mount and St Elizabeth’s RC. Private prep schools include King’s House for boys and the Old Vicarage for girls. These cater to children up to the ages of 13 and 11 respectively.

Both of the closest secondary state schools overlook the river in Twickenham. Christ’s Church is the only Church of England secondary school in Richmond upon Thames, while Orleans Park is judged ‘outstanding’ by the government watchdog Ofsted.

In neighbouring Kingston, Tiffin School (for boys) and Tiffin Girls are renowned grammar schools that routinely achieve top exam results. The nearby private schools are just as popular. Hampton School and Lady Eleanor Holles are among the most desirable in Hampton, as are St Paul’s and Godolphin & Latymer in Hammersmith.

Many students taking higher education opt for Richmond upon Thames College. A range of courses offer everything from foundation degrees to Higher National Diplomas and apprenticeships.


History of Richmond

Formerly part of the area known as Shene, the town only gained its name following the commissioning of Richmond Palace. During the 16th century this impressive estate was home to Queen Elizabeth I, and Shakespeare is rumoured to have performed here.

Despite its regal past, the castle later fell into disrepair before being renovated as a royal nursery. Much of the area surrounding Richmond remained agricultural and was used by the affluent of London for hunting. After a lodge was built for George II, more development was to follow, including impressions manors such as Downe House and Wick House.

More luxury housing developments were built in the 19th century, while modern infrastructure and convenience arrived with the opening of the Underground and Overground. Now accessible as a commuting town, Richmond attracted a diverse population, with its many listed buildings and preserved Georgian terraces.

The River Thames running through Richmond
The River Thames running through Richmond

Things to do in Richmond

Richmond is home to a wealth of attractions, from historic treasures and cultural sights to family-friendly entertainment. Here are some of the highlights:

  • Richmond Park
  • Kew Palace
  • Orange Tree Theatre
  • Athletic Ground
  • ODEON Richmond
  • Victoria Gardens Shopping Centre
  • Richmond Lawn Tennis Club
  • Ham Polo Club
  • Ham House
  • Richmond Theatre
  • AMF Sunset Lanes
  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew


How to get to Richmond

By road: Richmond can be reached from the M4 by exiting onto Great West Road / A4 and following signs for Richmond town centre.

By rail: Richmond station operates both Overground and Underground services to central London, as well as Windsor and Farnham.

Richmond Estate Agents 

Chancellors estate agents in Richmond offer expert guidance and support to those looking at buying, renting or selling in Richmond. With our intimate local knowledge and experience in this beautiful area of south-west London, we are perfectly placed to help make your dream move to Richmond a reality.  

Our estate and lettings agents are friendly, professional and passionate about the work they do. Our level of service is unrivalled, and we strive to make the process as smooth as possible. Our expertise could prove to be invaluable in helping you to secure that perfect property. 

Our office is located in the heart of Richmond on The Quadrant, and we are open from Monday to Saturday to take your enquiries. Our phone lines are open from 8:30am to 8:30 pm Monday to Friday, and 10:00am to 3:00pm on Saturday. Alternatively, you can email us, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. 

Areas Served In and Around Richmond 

Chancellors estate agents serve many areas in and around the town of Richmond, covering large areas of south-west London, including: 

  • Richmond Green 
  • Mortlake 
  • Petersham 
  • Twickenham 
  • East Twickenham 
  • East Sheen 
  • Kingston Vale 
  • Kew 
  • Hampton 
  • Ham 
  • Isleworth 
  • Roehampton 
  • Barnes 
  • St Margarets 
  • Brentford 
  • Chiswick  
  • Putney 
  • Coombe Hill 
  • Teddington 
  • Hampton Wick 

Living in Richmond 

Richmond is a quaint and affluent residential district bordering the River Thames which offers an enviable standard of living. Magnificent and historic houses, glorious green spaces and fantastic amenities make Richmond one of the most desirable areas in all of London. In fact, the borough of Richmond Upon Thames is routinely named as the happiest place to live in the capital.  

Given the peaceful and village-esque charm of Richmond, it is somewhat surprising that London Waterloo is just a 20-minute journey from Richmond station. This blend of village life and city living is what makes this charming town so desirable.  

Richmond has a suburban feel, which gives it distinction in comparison to neighbouring London towns and boroughs. The town is compact, with a fantastic choice of coffee shops, restaurants and eateries, independent shops and boutiques, pubs and bars, as well as larger stores.  

By the riverside, Richmond residents and day visitors can roll away the hours. Many will tell you that there is no better place to spend a summer’s evening.  

Richmond is an excellent area for young families with its bustling town centre, outstanding outdoor spaces and very safe streets. It will also appeal to many other buyers with money to spend, including young professionals. 

Richmond has quite a range of housing stock, with suitable options for households of all types and sizes. Property ranges from riverside apartments to detached, semi-detached and terraced period homes, not to mention some newer housing developments.  

Transport in Richmond 

Richmond is served by Richmond Station, which is a London Underground and National Rail station sitting on the Waterloo to Reading and North London lines. The station provides quick links to central London, with a direct train journey from Richmond to London Waterloo taking just 20 minutes. For bus journeys, the 110, 190, 337, 490 and 65 all run through the town.  

Also, Richmond is within very close distance of Heathrow Airport, with a car journey taking less than 30 minutes via the A4.  

Schools in Richmond 

Grey Court is a mixed-sex high school academy which is rated as ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted. Christ’s School and Sixth Form Centre is a highly regarded Church of England secondary school, with pupils between the ages of 11 and 19. The Vineyard School is Richmond’s most well-known primary school, which was also rated as ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted in its most recent review.  


Richmond is a great place for outdoor enthusiasts, with plenty of large green open spaces to enjoy. Richmond Park is the largest of London’s Royal Parks and the largest Site of Special Scientific Interest in the capital too. This beautiful park is of national and international importance for wildlife conservation, famous for its roaming deer and variety of landscapes and other wildlife.  

The Old Deer Park, Richmond Green and Petersham Meadows provide more opportunities for outdoor exploration, and the world-famous Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew is a truly incredible place for plant enthusiasts to marvel in. Marble Hill Park, an area of 66 acres of parkland, is not too far away either in Twickenham.  

The Ham House and Garden is a peaceful and tranquil 17th century house. Here you can partake in guided walks and explore the rich history of the Ham House. The gardens are maintained to a stunning standard and offer plenty of space to explore. 

The Richmond Theatre has been entertaining the town’s residents for over a century. The theatre showcases big-name productions and exceptional theatre shows, many of which are usually reserved for the West End. The theatre has an extensive list of live events running throughout the year, many of which have stellar casts. 

There is also the Orange Tree Theatre which offers a more intimate theatre experience. This is Richmond’s creative hub, helping to inspire and foster the next generation of talented theatre-makers. 

Orleans House Gallery is an art gallery set in a beautiful location surrounded by gardens and woodland. The gallery displays a variety of eye-catching art, and it is free to see the events and exhibitions. 

Shops and Eateries 

Richmond has a vibrant mix of boutique, designer and high street shops within the town’s cobbled streets. Anthropologie, Bridge & Hill Livingstore and The Open Book are some of the town’s most popular shops. 

Richmond has a fantastic choice of restaurants and eateries from family bistros to elegant restaurants for fine dining. Choose from Modern European, Italian, British, French, Lebanese, Japanese and Argentinean options to name just a few. There are many dining options by the riverside, providing the perfect spot to enjoy al-fresco dining. Chez Lindsay, Gaucho Richmond and Al Boccon Di’ Vino are particularly highly regarded.  

Are You Looking for an Estate and Lettings Agents in Richmond? 

Chancellors estate and lettings agents have developed an outstanding reputation in the area. We pride ourselves on providing an exceptional level of service, delivered with professionalism and courtesy.  

It is our mission and passion to match you with your perfect property in Richmond, whether you are buying or renting. We also offer services to those who are looking to sell their house and property management services for landlords 

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