Wandsworth is the name of both a London borough, which contains areas like Battersea, Putney and Tooting, and a hub in its own right, Wandsworth Town. Historically its centre has been dominated by the Youngs Brewery and the myriad pubs surrounding it.
In the 1800’s, the industrial revolution transformed Wandsworth. It is definitely somewhere the Peaky Blinders would make a beeline to if they lived in London in 2019. The area has recently seen profound regeneration and a series of large schemes have given Wandsworth some much needed polishing up. Popular with families and packed with great schools, it’s one of London’s most affluent and attractive inner suburbs.
But where are the best places to live in Wandsworth? 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 Wandsworth.
Prices and rents in Wandsworth
The average price of a two-bedroom flat in Wandsworth is £634,400 and the average rent for a 2-bed property is £2,000 per month. Since 2006, property prices in the area have increased by around 8.7 per cent per year as demand to live here has risen.