59 Battersea Bridge Road, Battersea Park London SW11 3AU
Green parks, an abundance of quality restaurants and bars, good schools and attractive Victorian properties are just some of the reasons why Battersea is such a highly desirable area. Its proximity to the river and nearby Chelsea also adds to the attraction.
Property in Battersea ranges from mansion blocks and Victorian family homes near the park, to newer developments such as the Battersea Reach development which is proving popular with young professionals and corporate tenants.
We also cover the re-generation area of "Nine Elms" covering developments such as The Battersea Power Station, "Riverlight Quay", "Embassy Gardens" and "Nine Elms Point" to name but a few.
Chris has worked in property his whole career. Chris has in-depth knowledge and experience of the local residential sales market and has a team that continues to build on an already strong reputation in the area.
Born and raised south west London, Battersea is familiar territory for Camillo, starting his lettings career in the area in 2010. He briefly sampled the Central London market, but returned to Battersea to continue his extensive local area and market knowledge. Living locally, Camillo aims to use his all-encompassing local knowledge to allow the office to grow further.
With incredible public transport, more restaurants and boutique shops than you can shake a stick at and some of the best schools; no wonder people choose to live here their entire lives.Chris Innes-Kerr - Sales Manager
The biggest, well-known park in the area is of course Battersea Park, which provide locals with beautiful green space to explore and a range of sporting facilities.
Battersea Park is a large (200 acre) Victorian park, built between 1854 and 1870. It has a riverside promenade, a large lake, many notable trees and ecological areas, children's play areas, a children's zoo, the Pump House gallery and sports facilities.
The park features a large duck pond, a pagoda and various sculptures for visitors to admire.
Just south of Battersea Park are a further three large parks to explore; Wandsworth Common, Clapham Common and King George’s Park.
There’s a great choice of restaurants in Battersea serving a huge range of fare, from traditional British pub food to French Cuisine, Tapas, Vietnamese and more.
Battersea Park provides a whole host of trendy restaurants. Most notably is the “London House” restaurant run by the celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey on the very popular “Battersea Square”. There is also a “Gails” patisserie located on the Square. Set within the “Ransomes Dock” complex the Nutborne offers Bucolic brasserie serving seasonal British ingredients from breakfast to late-night cocktails.
There are plenty of shops located on Northcote road, from independents to higher end high street brands such as Jo Maman Bébé and Whistles. There’s a great range of specialty stores where you can buy anything from honey to fine wines and cheese, alongside traditional florists, fishmongers and antiques. In fact, the area is so well known for its independent stores that the council has implemented a measure to protect the unique shops and distinctive character of Northcote Road.
Battersea Park is host to a large collection of convenience shops, charity shops and small independent boutiques.
Best place for cheese and nibbles:
Hamish Johnston Fine Cheese has an incredible selection of cheeses to choose from. In addition to every type of cheese you could imagine, they also sell a selection of crackers, pickles and charcuterie.
Battersea has a good range of pubs and bars, including a growing range of cocktail bars. There’s also the Battersea Arts Centre which showcases local theatrical talent and showcases various art installations throughout the year.
The Draft House is a craft beer pub focused on both draft and bottled varieties and burgers with names like 'The Poke'. Bunga Bunga is a quirky pizzeria and Italian-themed bar with Sistine Chapel stairway, live performances and karaoke. The “Prince Albert” is an airy gastropub with stripped wooden floors and open fire, for real ales and an eclectic menu. The “Duke of Cambridge” is a light and spacious pub with bar menu, decked out with a mix of contemporary and antique furnishings.
Best place for a cocktail:
The Southsider Cocktail Bar is a specialist cocktail bar serving a hug range of cocktails to suit everyone’s tastes. If you fancy something that’s not on the menu, the bar staff are happy to make up something especially for you.
This part of South West London is well known for the quality and choice of education available to families. Honeywell Primary School and Belleville Primary School offer fantastic primary education options. Newton Prep, Thomas’s and the Lycee Francais Wix School are also highly regarded by parents. The Emmanuel School is also located nearby.
Battersea is well served by London Overground services and mainline services
Market stats for Battersea Park compiled on 2020-12-03 for postcodes SW11, SW8, SW95.
Analysis of properties not sold / under offer, priced between £20k and £20m (sales), £150pw and £10k pw (lettings) and between 1 and 10 bedrooms.
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