Estate Agents in Ham Common

ADDRESS: 360 Coombe Lane


SW20 0RJ

OPENING HOURS: Monday to Friday 9.00am – 6.30pm

Saturdays 9.00am – 5.00pm

Sundays Closed

TELEPHONE: +44 (0)208 947 1100

Finding your next place to live

Living in Ham & Petersham is idyllic; you have that countryside feel with the common, the lanes leading down to the river, the park and golf club all on your doorstep. It is a great place to bring up the kids, walk the dogs, or just meander along the Thames towpath.

In Ham you have the best of both worlds; city life a few minutes away, the countryside on your doorstep.

There are not many places where you will find that you are close enough to all the transport links that you need, yet not that close that the noise becomes an issue. Finding you the right place will get your life back and start to let you enjoy the things that want to. You will have time again for the gym, coffee with friends, life can be everything to everyone, and by choosing the correct location you to can make it that way.

Our job is to make sure that everything from finding to selling to moving is one seamless process.

We start this process with finding out how your world revolves, school run, commute, clubs, social life, once we have a picture of your world, we can then look at finding you a world that makes everything revolve better, a world where you and your family all fit in and nothing is out of balance.

Let’s see if we can make your world a better place to be, give us a call and make that first step to seeing what’s possible.  

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How we can help you

Established in 1987, Robert Holmes has built a strong reputation for professionalism in our local areas of Ham, Richmond and Wimbledon.

We are the estate agent of choice for those looking to buy or sell in Ham. Our sales consultants are our most valuable asset, while our clients are our clear focus.

When you choose Robert Holmes, you can always expect to receive the highest level of service.  

If you want to sell your property in Ham, we can ensure the process runs as smoothly as possible for you, providing support and guidance as and when you need us to.

From providing you with an accurate marketing appraisal on how to attract the best possible buyers, to assisting with the legal process once an offer on your property has been accepted right through to completion, we can help you every step of the way.

Why Ham Common?

Ham Common is a village area in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. It falls inside the KT2, TW10 & TW11 postcode districts. Formally part of Surrey, Ham falls within the Richmond area although, also borders with Kingston-upon-Thames. You have the river Thames to the north, with Kew Gardens, the world-renowned botanical garden and a major centre for botanical and mycological research to the east and Richmond park to the South offering a host of different activities from walking, to paddle boarding and cycling to deer spotting in the park.

A major attraction for Ham is that it manages to escape being under the flightpath to Heathrow, so a quieter life can be expected in Ham.

Residents of Ham are among the happiest in the UK, apparently. Known for its village-like atmosphere and Thames-side location, fine period architecture, outstanding schools, and varied range of pubs and eateries, Ham is a top destination for those who want to live and work in a charming community environment.

The area of Ham winds its way down past the River Thames, and the river is a real focal point for local activity, another area of interest in Ham is the National Trust’s Ham House which is popular with families in search of an ideal day out.

Ham is served by several London bus routes. Richmond is close by with District Line, Overground and also served by National Rail, with trains into Clapham Junction and London Waterloo, making Ham an easy option for those who need to commute regularly into central London.

Estate Agents in Ham Common

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