Battersea Area Guide.
It’s no wonder that more and more people are turning their heads to Battersea. With the US embassy moving south of the river, the regeneration of Battersea Power Station and the planned Northern Line extension, the area has a bright future. Battersea’s renaissance offers great investment opportunities, just minutes away from central London.
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Battersea has plenty of bars, cafes and restaurants close to Clapham Junction, up St John’s Road, continuing on Northcote Road and along Lavender Hill. Visit Gordon Ramsay’s London House for the ultimate fine-dining experience, or pop into the Power Station Wine Bar for a tasty pint of pale ale. Visit the Northcote for a fun-filled evening, with activities such as board games or chocolate making. If you are a beer lover, you’ll also find an excellent selection at The Draft House.
The beauty of Battersea is that you can buy new clothes, purchase a tasty homemade meal while getting your shoes repaired, all within the same area! The neighbourhood boasts dozens of quirky independent shops, especially around Northcote Road and Lavender Hill. Visit Hamish Johnston for top quality cheese, head to Moens for some fresh meat or explore Northcote Road Market to shop for fresh fruits and vegetables!
Battersea is way more than a shopping hub! There is a wealth of green spaces in and around the area with Battersea Park offering breath-taking views of the River Thames. With beautifully designed gardens, the park offers varied recreational activities, including mini-golf and boating on the lake!
With three stations, Battersea is wonderfully well connected. Clapham Junction provides services into Victoria and Waterloo with links to mainline services throughout the UK. Trains from Queenstown Road run to Waterloo, Richmond, and Weybridge while Battersea Park Station offers services to Croydon, London Bridge and Victoria. Numerous bus routes also link to central London and Chelsea.
Key journey times:
- Westminster – 20 minutes train / tube ride
- Bank – 27 minutes bus / tube ride
- Canary Wharf – 34 minutes tube ride
- Heathrow Airport – 48 minutes bus / tube ride
Did you know…?
Battersea Bridge is London’s narrowest bridge.
What do the locals say?
Living in Battersea is ideal for professionals working in central London. The commute is very easy and life in the area is extremely pleasant! There is something for everyone here! – Peter.
Battersea is relaxed, green, quiet and yet close to the hustle and bustle. It’s the perfect mix for me! – Helen.
Battersea is a great area that offers a wide variety of amenities with a fantastic community spirit. This neighbourhood has such a vibrant feel as well as friendly people.” – Elliot .
So many like-minded people around! Battersea has a great vibe at the weekend and a huge array of restaurants and bars to choose from! – Matt.
I love Battersea because it is truly unique and full of life. It is filled will shops and stunning scenery. With easy access to the centre of London, it’s got everything you need, from the fabulous to the not too expensive. – Laura .
Properties in Battersea
Battersea has something for everyone when it comes to offering a wide choice of properties. Stunning riverside developments sit alongside exquisite Victorian terrace houses and impressive mansion flats.
From breath-taking riverside properties to stunning Victorian houses with plenty of green spaces, we’re bound to find you your ideal property in Battersea.
Check out latest developments and properties in Battersea here:
Kingsley Hamilton Estates brings to the market this remarkable off-plan 2 bedroom apartment in Keybridge Point. A chance to be a part of an area experiencing a dramatic rise in growth.