|Furnishing:||Furnished or unfurnished, landlord is flexible|
|Added on Rightmove:||28 October 2016 (390 days ago)|
- LOVELY TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS APARTMENT
- SPACIOUS LIVING AREA
- 2 MIN WALK TO TWO TRAIN STATIONS
- 3 MIN WALK TO THE BATTERSEA PARK
- SUPERB SURROUNDING AREA
- OFF STREET RESIDENTS PARKING
This very spacious two double bedrooms apartment located by a stone throw from Queenstown Road station (serving the Overground and British Rail lines), but also Battersea Park station (British Rail network) is available to let immediately. Property comprises of a really spacious living area, a fully fitted kitchen, two really well sized double bedrooms, a family bathroom with a separate toilet and many storage cupboards off the hallway. Property is offered optionally partly or fully furnished. The surrounding area is absolutely fantastic jampacked with many first-rate bars, cafes, restaurants and arts & music venues.
* Battersea Area Overview
Battersea, a sought-after area in the London Borough of Wandsworth in the heart of the inner-city district of South West London, situated on the South side of the River Thames. It is home to a vibrant mix of established residents, new families and young professionals. Battersea has a real sense of community to it, with the small town feel of the area being one of the major reasons why local residents feel so avidly about where they live.
* Battersea Property Types & Architecture
Battersea is a very desirable place to live. There is a vast choice of different types of colonized property in the area, all thanks to a fair amount of architectural changes that have taken place over the years. Many new riverside developments have been constructed over the waterfront including many spacious and luxurious apartments. Meanwhile over at the village area there is a vast choice of fantastic townhouses and maisonettes, also with a reasonable share of Victorian terraces. Property purchase and rental prices are at the higher end of London's property market, powered by the increasing demand to live in the area.
* Battersea Shopping and Entertainment
Battersea area is jampacked with numerous restaurants, cafes and bars feeding every range of taste available. The local clubs and bars give a very lively feel to the area especially on the evenings offering an array of different styles from a 1970s feel to electronic music, or even salsa bars and jazz clubs. A good choice of comedy and theater can be found at the Battersea Arts Center. The Thai Festival (July) is a great attraction and brings a great selection of Thai dance events, Thai food stalls and mind blowing fashion shows. For the centralist this area will also keep your brain cells in tacked by offering The Pump House Gallery in Battersea Park with a headline role in the local culture life of Battersea has new exhibition every couple of months with many attention-grabbing events happening through out the year.
* Battersea Transport
The nearest tubes are Clapham Common and Clapham South, both delivered by the northern line. The Clapham Junction station (Overground & Underground) is also available and is daily caught by professionals leading into Victoria, Waterloo and further on. A large selection of Day and Night buses are available to be caught into from and to central. Many cycle routes are also available.
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