Clapham estate agent, Knight Frank sells and lets property in the area locally known as the Diamond Conservation Area (SW8).
Officially named the Parktown Estate Conservation area, but known to locals as the Diamond Conservation area due to the shape of the drawn area, these tree-lined residential streets consist of Victorian terrace houses for sale and converted flats, and maisonettes for sale and let.
Frequent properties for sale and let include Victorian school conversions, which are popular in this area, and smaller Victorian three to four bedroom terrace houses.
The Diamond Conservation area is located close to the selection of shops, cafes and amenities of Battersea Park Road and Lavender Hill. The neighbourhood will benefit hugely from the nearby redevelopment of Nine Elms, famously the Battersea Power Station which can be seen from Queenstown Road.
This small enclave is well positioned for transport, located close to Queenstown Road and Battersea Park over ground stations, and buses linking to Sloane Square and Oxford Circus.
Recreationally, Battersea Park is approximately 0.6 miles away, with 200 acres of parklands, and Clapham Common is approximately 1 mile away.
The Clapham team works closely with the Battersea Park office, as well as our network of London offices, to make sure your property in the Diamond Conservation area is marketed to widest possible audience.
To request a valuation to sell or let your property in the Diamond Conservation area, please call our Clapham Sales or Lettings team on 020 3667 6750 for Sales and 020 3667 6755 for Lettings.