Considering a Property in Earlsfield? Here’s What You Need to Know
Property in Earlsfield consists mostly of terraced Victorian homes, spacious two and three bed maisonettes, as well as three bed terraced houses in the Magdalen Park Estate, which was built as a Garden Suburb and designed by E P Warren. This leads onto the Open View Estate, built in the 1920's and 30's and offering a mixture of two bed maisonettes and houses. This Wandsworth neighbourhood is not as well-known as nearby areas like Clapham and Balham, meaning that when you buy property in Earlsfield, you’ll find it’s the perfect place to settle into a laid-back lifestyle while still enjoying easy access to the city.
Property for Sale in Earlsfield
Earlsfield property is a firm favourite among UK families looking for a place to settle down. The area boasts a fine selection of medium-sized terraced properties and property development options. Residents enjoy the low-key lifestyle of the Earlsfield neighbourhood.
Renting Property in Earlsfield
Tenants choosing to settle in an Earlsfield property can expect a variety of options to choose from, and a great range of local shopping options and leisure facilities close by. Neighbouring areas include Clapham, Balham and Battersea, and good transport links means you can easily get to London while still enjoying a quiet way of life. Speak to one of our specialised Douglas & Gordon estate agents about this friendly neighbourhood.
What We Love About Earlsfield
The Earlsfield area includes a variety of food stores and smaller niche shops. There are three good pubs including the Wandle, and several local restaurants which include a Korean eatery and the fabulous Cafe Amaranth. You’ll find plenty of cultural entertainment at the Tara Theatre, and for sports fanatics, the Spencer Club offers tennis, hockey, squash and lacrosse. There is also a Nuffield Health Fitness nearby. Earlsfield offers a quick transport links into Waterloo