Nine Elms is a strip of London in the south bank of the Thames which includes Vauxhall to the east and parts of Battersea to the west. For a very long time, the area exemplified London’s industrial hangover. Now, however, the whole area is reborn as an outpost of prime central London.
At the heart of the regeneration is the new US Embassy which is relocated to Nine Elms from its previous site on Grosvenor Square in Mayfair. So great is the extent of the transformation that the area will soon have two new tube stations. These will both sit on a new branch of the Northern Line connecting into Kennington. ‘Battersea Power Station’ and ‘Nine Elms’, stations are scheduled to open in Autumn 2021.
But where are the best places to live in Nine Elms? The best way to find out is by asking the people who already live there, and we did exactly that! Every day we speak to hundreds of locals across the capital. We ask what they think not only about their area but also their specific homes. Here are the answers.
So there we have it, the lowdown on the top 5 residential developments in Nine Elms.
Prices and rents in Nine Elms
The average price of a two-bedroom flat in Nine Elms is £914,000. The average rent for a 2-bed property is £2,900 per month. Since 2006, property prices in the area have increased by around 11.1 per cent per year.