There’s been a huge resurgence in South West London’s property scene of late, namely because this is an area of the capital with so much potential. The term ‘something for everyone’ is thrown around wildly, but in South West London’s case it’s actually justified. This is an area that comes in all forms and guises, shapes and sizes. And that’s exactly why property developers have made it something of a playground. Read on to discover developments that are rated the best places to live in South West London. In addition, read reviews from residents who own or rent in South West London.
Coda is conveniently located 2 minutes from the co-op supermarket, a pharmacist & super close to Chatfield Doctors surgery. The local buses are very regular and it’s a 10 minute walk from Clapham Junction station – so travel links aren’t an issue at all… it’s also a fantastic base from which to walk down the river, over the bridge to Chelsea/Fulham or into the centre of Battersea – very pretty at nighttime.
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Living at Coda is a dream. Gorgeous building & location – situated just by the river & in close proximity to a wonderful little Italian cafe where you can grab a coffee before a fresh air morning stroll – it’s the best way to start to the day, particularly when working from home! The business suite is ideal for when you’re working from home & need a change of scenery from your apartment, and the on-site gym couldn’t be more convenient for ensuring you look after your physical & mental health.
The concierge service is fantastic – no more missed parcels, all maintenance issues sorted in the blink of an eye & they’re just wonderful for a daily chat. Mark in particular always greets you with the biggest smile. The sense of community amongst the residents is really tangible & the communication within the app via the forum makes for super easy meet ups & quick solutions to common issues (e.g. I’m new here, how do I work the heating?). Everyone is always really friendly!
Overall, I couldn’t recommend Coda more for modern, city living in London. It’s sociable, has fantastic facilities, feels beyond safe, situated in a great location – Coda feels like home from the moment you walk through the door!
Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:
How to use the heating system! It’s fantastic but a little complicated at first 🙂
How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:
In my experience, all queries or maintenance concerns are responded to within hours – the app is very very convenient for this & ensures all communication is tracked & you’re updated regularly.