In the Centre
Riverside Quarter sits beside the Thames overlooking Fulham’s famous Hurlingham Club. A few minutes’ walk from Wandsworth Town Centre and the substantial Southside Shopping Centre, it is also close to Putney High Street and its wide variety of restaurants and waterside bars, along with the Putney Exchange retail mall.
A much sought after residential area, Wandsworth is also just across the river from fashionable Chelsea, with its proximity to the world class shopping, eateries, museums and galleries of Knightsbridge and South Kensington. The Thames Clippers service, tubes, overground trains and numerous buses all connect to the rest of Central London and the A3 motorway nearby provides efficient access to the South and West of the UK.
“It is no surprise that families across London find Wandsworth an attractive place to live with a selection of some of the city’s best schools, shops and parks in the area.”
Dr Stanley Quek
On The Map
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Shops, Boutiques and Markets
Riverside Quarter enjoys two major shopping centres close by with Southside in Wandsworth Town Centre and the Putney Exchange. Around them are an eclectic mix of independent and chain boutiques and retailers selling a broad range from exceptional vintage cars and Ferraris to the latest fashions and contemporary and antique furniture.
Dining Around the World
The vibrant local area of Wandsworth and Putney has a plentiful array of restaurants, cafés and bars. The lively pubs of The Ships and the Cat’s Back in Wandsworth, vie with L’Auberge for the traditional French cuisine, the eponymous Thai Square, alongside Entoeca Turi, Isola de Sole and Marco Polo for the latest Italian. As well as Chez Bruce, the critically acclaimed Michelin star restaurant just off Wandsworth Common.
Living life on the River
The Thames Clippers provides daily transport along the river up to Canary Wharf. A great morning commute! Being beside the Thames means there is always plenty to watch and aspire to. The great Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race starts at Putney Bridge each year and a number of other important annual rowing events choose Putney as their venue.
Wandsworth, Battersea and Richmond
Vast open spaces around the local area provide great places for rest and relaxation. Why not take a boris bike and cycle round Richmond park to see the deer and visit the gardens in bloom at the Isabella Plantation. A local mini golf course provides great weekend entertainment as well as many sporting activities.
Thames Clipper Service
Riverside Quarter to Putney
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Riverside Quarter to Blackfriars
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The Thames Clippers service runs regularly throughout Monday–Friday from Riverside Quarter to Putney and along to Blackfriars.
Service departs regularly between 06.35 to 09.44 and from 17.09 to 19.49.
There is also a regular mini shuttle bus service exclusively for residents only that runs throughout rushhour to both Putney and East Putney main trainlines.