Considering a property in Battersea Park? Here’s What You Need to Know

Although best known for it's power station and animal rescue centre, there is much more to this picturesque and reinvigorated park in South West London. A beautiful, green area with a range of Victorian buildings on the market, house and flat hunters hoping to buy a property in the Battersea Park area will be encouraged to hear there is something for everyone. View our houses and flats for sale in Battersea Park and find potential fashionable apartments on the riverside to large terraced family houses.

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236 Battersea Park Road
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Property for Sale in Battersea Park

Residential property in Battersea Park became more popular as the once largely industrial area gradually became gentrified. Now, Battersea Park is a solid residential hub with Victorian terraced houses and flats, as well as a number of historic landmarks.

The rise in riverside development over the past few years has added thousands of new homes to the area. These luxury Battersea Park property developments include Montevetro, Albion Riverside, Oyster Wharf, Battersea Reach, Falcon Wharf, Chelsea Bridge Wharf, and the Battersea Power Station development.

With unrivalled knowledge of local Battersea property, our Douglas & Gordon estate agents in Battersea Park cover the well-established Battersea area from the river down to Lavender Hill and from Stockwell across to Wandsworth roundabout.

Renting Battersea Park Property

One of the most popular areas in Battersea Park is Prince of Wales Drive, with its spacious Victorian mansion blocks overlooking the park. The apartments are available in various sizes, attracting singles, couples and families into this diverse area.

People relocating from abroad, students who’ve just left university, young professionals, singles, couples, and families who have sold and are renting while they look to buy, means a variety of property and clients.

What We Love About Battersea Park

The historical Battersea Power Station established in 1933, which is being redeveloped to offer state of the art apartments, offices, and shops, is a compelling component when considering property in the area - Apple’s London headquarters is relocating to this very trendy new development.

Animal lovers will enjoy being close to Battersea Dogs’ and Cats’ Home, with the area also housing the former Price’s Candles factory. The New Covent Garden Market, the largest wholesale fruit, vegetables, and flower market in the UK, is a definite advantage when residing in Battersea Park.

The area is constantly surprising locals with new restaurants and bars, with Clapham Junction offering department stores and high street shopping, and just a short walk over the bridge, Kings Road with a wider variety of shopping options.

The award-winning Battersea Art Centre provides engaging, cutting-edge theatre throughout the year. Residents also enjoy Battersea Park’s 200 acres of open space, which makes a great place to walk, cycle, boat, fish, run, or play tennis, bowls and cricket. And for those more adventurous types, climb among the trees.

The area offers great bus services to all corners of London, and easy access to three overland railway stations, namely Clapham Junction, Battersea Park and Queenstown Road.

Contact a Douglas & Gordon estate agent today to discover more about what Battersea Park property can offer you as a tenant or homeowner.

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