Houses and flats in Wandsworth
The Wandsworth office deals with mainly terraced, Semi detached and detached Victorian Family houses for sale close to Wandsworth Common, Spencer Park, Northcote road, Bellevue road and Balham high road. The larger houses for sale overlooking the commons are especially popular, with some of the largest being on Spencer Park.
The area between Clapham Common and Wandsworth Common, known locally as ‘between the commons’, is always in huge demand. We also tend to be regularly instructed to sell more unusual properties located in prime areas such as high end new build, modern and bespoke properties along with houses of historical importance, listed properties and houses with architectural significance. View all our properties for sale in Wandsworth.
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Living in Wandsworth
Wandsworth is particularly attractive to families looking for green open spaces and good schooling with top-end private and state schools both available close by. All of the commons, be it Wandsworth, Clapham and Tooting along with Battersea Park with all their amenities are easily accessed from within the borough.
The area is known for having a village like atmosphere, with a good choice of specialist shops, bars and restaurants. Good transport links into both the City and the West end connects Wandsworth directly to Central London.
The Bellevue Village itself is an area forming a triangle between Bellevue Road, St James’s Drive and Nottingham Road, with Wiseton and Althorp roads in the centre. It offers great mix of family houses and flats to rent or buy close to amenities, Wandsworth common and communications to Central London.
The much sought after “Toast Rack,” is located on the door step of Wandsworth Common and offers a grid of large Victorian houses located between Trinity Road and Wandsworth Common with generous gardens and many with off street parking. Some of Wandsworth finest houses are found here.
The Magdalen Estate is located between Trinity Road and Ellerton Road and extends across from Magdalen Road to Burntwood Lane. It offers large Edwardian family houses for sale with generous gardens
The area known as the Nightingale Triangle lies between Balham High Road, Nightingale Lane and Ravenslea Road. The houses vary in terms of architecture and were built around 1870. The area attracts a good mix of families and young professionals looking to buy and rent in the area.
Between the Commons is located as the name suggests between Wandsworth Common and Clapham Common with Northcote Road at the epicentre. Here you will find a densely built area of predominantly smaller terraced houses with patio gardens but with the buzz and convenience of Northcote road near by which is known for its bountiful array of restaurants, boutique shops, galleries, bars and specialist independent retailers.
The Heaver Estate is located between the Balham High Road and Tooting Common, and the Nightingale Lane conservation area, north of the high Road. The Heaver Estate comprises of mostly substantial red-brick terraced and semi-detached houses with large gardens for sale close to the green open space of Tooting Common.
Streatham is located on the South side of Tooting common across from the Heaver Estate. Providing better value than across the common the draw to the area is the array of substantial family houses often with driveways and still with very good communications into central London.
Why Knight Frank
We are known for dealing with the best quality flats and houses in the borough and have an excellent track record for offering honest reliable marketing advice but delivering noteworthy and impressive results too. Our in depth knowledge of the local market, combined with our extensive network of offices in the UK and around the world, means that we are able to match property to the best possible buyer.
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