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Living in Richmond

Welcome to Richmond

With opulent properties on both sides of the River Thames, Richmond offers buyers and renters homes with magnificent green spaces, sought-after views, and stellar amenities close by. Royal Parklands provide acreage to explore at the weekends, with a bustling town centre, farmers’ markets and historic homes only adding to Richmond’s appeal. Hiking routes, the world-famous botanic gardens and days spent on the river afford residents here a very green and pleasant lifestyle indeed.

Did you know?

Wonderful for wildlife

Richmond Park is the largest Site of Special Scientific Interest in London.

Arts & Festivals

For almost a century, Richmond Performing Arts Festival has championed amateur performers and launched careers in the arts.

Celebrity connections

Mick Jagger, Sir David Attenborough and Richard E. Grant have all owned homes in Richmond.

The best of Richmond: things to do

Restaurants in Richmond could easily make you question the need for an open-plan kitchen at home. Family bistros are a delight and all too tempting for a weekday haunt, with elegant options also providing scope for celebrations and evenings with more pizazz.

Matsuba

Richmond’s family-run sushi restaurant has established itself as the neighbourhood go-to for Japanese cuisine. Its sleek decor walks the fine line between minimal and warmly welcoming, while the menu pairs refined small plates with a handpicked wine list. For something a little more substantial, don’t miss the main a la carte menu.

Petersham Nurseries Cafe

No horticultural knowledge is necessary to enjoy this fabulous lunch spot. The glorious glasshouse setting, beautifully presented meals and vibrant bougainvilleas make this more of a restaurant than café. Recently awarded a green Michelin star for sustainability, it’s hard to choose from the seasonal menu or indulgent afternoon teas.

Al Boccon Di’vino

When it comes to deciding where to eat in Richmond, few look further than Al Boccon Di’vino. The dining experience may be somewhat different than most, but that only serves to increase the appeal. There’s no menu or wine list, and diners gather around large tables to eat the Italian way - as a family.

Our pick of Richmond’s bars provides locals very different experiences. Chic and stylish bars deliver a lively nightlife scene, with flower-decked terraces and art-covered walls making ideal backdrops for Friday night catch ups with friends.

Bingham Riverhouse

Richmond’s destination spot is not just a bar, but a restaurant, hotel and idyllic garden too, excelling on all fronts. This historic townhouse has evolved from a literary hub in the early 1900s to a wonderful riverside location in which to relax and unwind.

Tap Tavern

Established by Richmond residents, Tap Tavern is one of the few neighbourhood pubs that can truly claim to be local and independent. The numerous draught beer options are hard to find elsewhere and headline a drinks menu stocked with small batch gins, as well as a rather tempting whiskey cocktail selection.

No 1 Duke Street

The fresh interiors of No 1 Duke Street make it an adaptable space to enjoy at any time of day. With every refreshment catered for - from coffees and mocktails to cocktails and single malts, it seems only fair to stay and enjoy brunch or a small plate or two as well.

Living in Richmond gives you access to the calibre of theatre shows usually only found in the West End. Independent theatres foster community engagement and art galleries shore up the creative community with regular events.

Richmond Theatre

For over a century, Richmond Theatre has wowed residents with big-name productions, household names and must-see shows. Rarely is the stage empty, and the line-up mingles stellar casts with live events, making it easy to catch the latest shows without travelling to the West End.

Orleans House Gallery

This Richmond gallery’s setting is almost as eye-catching as the art on display inside. Free to see collections of events and exhibitions make this a popular spot for local residents to enjoy time and time again. Don’t miss the gardens, woodland, and river views.

Orange Tree Theatre

For a more intimate theatre experience, a seat around the stage at Richmond’s Orange Tree Theatre is a must. Showcasing ground-breaking works, fostering new talent and inspiring the next generation of theatre-makers, it’s a creative hub in Richmond and central to the community.

Richmond’s green spaces are the jewel in its crown. Opportunities to enjoy the outdoors here are endless. On rainy days, historic homes invite you indoors to explore how life was lived centuries ago.

Royal Botanic Gardens

The exotic and fragrant glasshouses of Kew need little introduction, though there’s far more to enjoy across the sprawling UNESCO listed site. Enjoy the changing of the seasons at the Arboretum, pick up a little inspiration in the many gardens or delve into the intricate world of botanical art in the Shirley Sherwood Gallery.

Ham House

Peace and tranquillity reign at Richmond’s National Trust property, Ham House. One of a handful of properties across the country to provide a ‘silent space’ for contemplation, a summer house sits within the grounds where visitors can reflect. Elsewhere, it’s a rare chance to see examples of 17th century luxury.

Richmond Park

Enjoy weekend walks and summer picnics in the 2,500 acres of Richmond Park. Deer herds graze among the park’s ancient woodlands and birdsong fills the air. As well as ample opportunities to spot wildlife, activities include cycling, golf, horse-riding, fishing and power-kiting. Just enjoying the wildflower meadows is equally pleasing if you want something a little more sedate.

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Marsh & Parsons in the Richmond community

We don’t just sell and let property in London; we’re Londoners too. Engaging with our local communities is at the heart of Marsh & Parsons’ ethos and we have supported local organisations, schools, charities, businesses and community groups over the years.

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