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Our Battersea

Who lives in Battersea?

Battersea is home to a thriving mix of people of all ages; young professionals, new families and long term, die hard residents, all enjoying the fabulous small town feel of the area.  If you are looking for a fun, relaxed environment to live in London then look no further.  If you are looking to rent in Battersea there is a good mix of properties available to suit all budgets.

Attractions

North Battersea provides everything a resident could possibly want. A riverside location and one of London’s largest award winning parks with excellent sporting and recreational facilities.

Plentiful shops, restaurants and bars, including Gordon Ramsay’s latest restaurant London House situated in Battersea SquareDoodle Bar is another local favourite with plenty of events and foodie treats.  This vibrant area is also now home to Royal College of Art campus which has moved from Kensington to join the existing Sculpture School campus.

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Ok so my Battersea is… Wandering down to the market on the High Street on a Saturday morning to get amazing cheap fruit and veg, helping out in the Ethelburga Estate Community Veg Garden, drinks in the Draft House garden (very underrated pub!), pottering in the lovely herb garden in Battersea Park, and of course – half price Italian dinner at Antipasto!
Kate, Local Resident
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For me Battersea is all about the arts scene.  The recent relocation of the RCA to the area has ensured that many creative businesses are following suit.  One of the new galleries called Edge of Arabia has a really impressive space, and often combines evening exhibitions with Dark Matter print studios next door.  When you consider that Vivienne Westwood and Victoria Beckham’s design studios are just across the road, Battersea is well on its way to becoming the creative hub of south west London.
Catherine, Local Resident

Communications

Chelsea’s Kings Road with its world famous shopping and nightlife is within 10 minutes’ walk over either of the bridges that serve Battersea.

There is no tube station directly serving Battersea. However, the bus links from Battersea Bridge are impeccable, with direct services reaching Sloane Square, South Kensington or Victoria and the West End.

Clapham Junction main line railway station is also within easy walking distance and has extensive rail links both out of London (Gatwick Airport and the South), and into the city (Waterloo – 10 minutes).

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My Battersea is the dog cafe in the Park where I meet the most interesting and inspiring people you could wish to know
Viv, Local Resident
  • What our customers say

    Lanigan Estates Ltd have managed the property we have been living in over 4 years. They are thoroughly professional and responsive in all their dealings relating to the property. I highly recommend them.
    James, Current Tenant