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A suburban town in South West London, Richmond was named after a palace built for Henry VIII and has been a home to royalty for centuries. Today, Richmond is one of the most beautiful areas in all of London, steeped in history, full of fantastic properties, and surrounded by lovely green spaces.
The town is on the bank of the River Thames, where the Richmond Bridge provides a crossing. This point marks the heart of this vibrant community as cafes, bars, and restaurants overlook the waterfront gardens. The extensive high street is home to boutique, independent shops and famous retail brands. Don’t miss a visit to the weekly Duck Pond Market for fresh food produce and hand-crafted goods. Richmond also has great cultural spots including a theatre, cinema, and museum.
The vast Richmond Park is just one of the many outdoor locations that are in and around the town, but at 2,500 acres it is certainly the most impressive. A National Nature Reserve and home to many beautiful animals, such as deer, Richmond Park makes for a great day out. Just a short journey away from central London, Richmond is perfect for commuting. If you’re planning a move in the area, make sure you find a quality conveyancer with reallymoving.
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