Rightmove asked Londoners about everything from the friendliness of their neighbhourhoods, the amount of green space, safety and sport facilities in order to find the happiest place in the city.
And now the results are in. The online property portal found that Richmond upon Thames is the happiest place to live in the capital. It’s thought that as well as the above criteria, proximity to central London, good transport links as well as being close to the water all helped fight the case.
Richmond isn’t the only happy place, we should add. Kingston upon Thames and Wandsworth also make the top 5 list. Representing North London are Camden and Barnett, which made sixth and seventh positions respectively in the poll.
Of course, anywhere that’s named the happiest place in the city is likely to come with the priciest property too. The average home costs £829,533 in Richmond. One of the borough’s big Victorian mansions will set you back a few million pounds. If you’re thinking of buying a place – whether it’s a Richmond castle or somewhere a little more modest elsewhere, we have plenty of properties to show you round. Click here for more information or to register.
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