Lovely riverside walks, a bustling high street, and great views of the annual Oxford/Cambridge Boat Race are just a few of this area’s many treasures. It’s gone from being a rather humdrum part of the city back in the 1970s to an upscale, pretty and cheerful place to live. It’s part of the London Borough of Wandsworth and is popular with happy families and sophisticated singles. A trip here generally brightens the mood and enhances the soul, in large part because of the area’s proximity to the Thames. Music venues, such as the Halfmoon, play host to classic acts from the 1970s pub rock scene, many of whom are still live and kicking. And gay massage in Putney is similarly energetic. The area is home to many exuberant and talented young men just waiting to enrich your life with their sensual gifts.
You’re a mere five miles from the very centre of London here and the transport connections are plenty and reliable. The 14 and 414 are just two of the many buses that can whisk you into the West End (traffic permitting) and there’s a railway station and two Tubes; Putney Bridge (technically in Fulham) and East Putney. A trip across the river is all it takes to reach Bishop’s Park (as featured in the 1976 chiller, The Omen) where green, open spaces provide relaxation and escape from urban pressures. And for even sweeter escape, booking gay massage in Putney couldn’t be a better move. Losing your cares for up to 90 minutes will make your time here even lovelier than you’d anticipated.