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.
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 Square. Doodle 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.
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).