Covered by the Borough of Richmond Upon Thames, the SW14 district consists of Mortlake and East Sheen. An area with a rich history, it is located along the south bank of the Thames and is the final resting place of personalities such as Sir Richard Burton and the comedian Tommy Cooper. SW14 was also home to John Dee, advisor to Elizabeth I. There are a number of sights and attractions within easy reach of SW14 such as The National Archives, Chiswick House and Hogarth House.
A variety of retail and office space can be found in SW14, which is occupied by a diverse variety of businesses and professionals. Some of the business types that you can find around SW14 include video production companies, designers, recruitment agencies, financial advisors and service providers, computer consultants and architects.
Entertainment And Dining Out
You will find many forms of entertainment within easy reach of SW14, so there is plenty to keep you busy. Enjoy the arts at Watermans, take in the live music at the Half Moon or enjoy a show at the Tabard Theatre. You will also have plenty of choice when it comes to eating out, with something to suit most tastes. You can feast on modern European cuisine at Country Dish or enjoy traditional British dishes at Don’t Tell Fred. For some fab pan-Asian food, head to Seven, The Fusion Kitchen. Many other types of cuisine can be found in and around SW14.
SW14 offers access to mainline services from stations such as Mortlake and Barnes Bridge railway stations. A number of secure car parks are dotted around for use by those who are planning to drive in the area. For those looking for Overground transportation, there are regular and reliable buses and taxi services throughout SW14.