Nestled in the bend of the river on three sides in Southwest London, Barnes is probably one of the most idyllic locations on offer.
Sandwiched between Hyde Park to the north and the Thames to the south, Chelsea is without question one of London's most desirable addresses, packed with world class restaurants, cafes and boutiques.
Located near the river, close to Barnes, Hammersmith and Kew gardens, Chiswick is a large swathe of pretty residential Victorian terraces, surrounding a vibrant and healthy high street.
With an abundance of green spaces, great schools, rows of Victorian houses lining quiet streets and an increasingly wealthy vibe, Fulham is the home for well heeled families and upwardly mobile twenty somethings.
Made famous by the Notting Hill Carnival, Portobello Market and, of course, Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts in the aptly named 'Notting Hill'...