Selling in Battersea? Here’s our guide to the top-selling points of the area for potential buyers.
Battersea undoubtedly offers a unique sense of character, so much so that it has been nicknamed “Little Chelsea”. Its appeal is only set to increase with the ongoing £8 billion redevelopment of its power station.
Young professionals will be pleased to know about the two new tube stations opening by 2020, adding to Battersea’s existing overground train links. While families moving to the area will love the many green spaces, including Battersea Park, Falcon Park and York Gardens.
It’s also worth noting that the relocation of the US Embassy to Battersea is expected to bring an influx of American families to the area.
The most expensive recorded transaction in Battersea was £57,650,000 on 10 February 2016. The most recent recorded sale in Battersea was £1,080,000 on 23 August 2016. Properties in Battersea have an average price of £1,739,900 over the last 3 years.
▲ +21% since 2017
Average selling prices in last 12 months by types
Battersea has 128 schools with capacities ranging from 16 to 991. There are a number of schools that cater for special educational needs. There is a mix of Foundation School, Other Independent School, Community School, Voluntary Aided School, Other Independent Special School, Community Special School, LA Nursery School, Further Education, Pupil Referral Unit, EY Setting in the area.
A Mixed Foundation School for pupils aged 11 to 19 years. The schools has a capacity of 991 pupils.
Pupils aged 10 to 19 attend this Mixed Other Independent School. The school enrols 652 students.
A Mixed Community School for pupils aged 3 to 11 years. The schools has a capacity of 615 pupils.
A Mixed Other Independent School for pupils aged 4 to 13 years. The school enrols 586 students.
A Mixed Other Independent School for pupils aged 2 to 13 years. The schools has a capacity of 560 pupils.
Award-winning estate agents with expert valuers,
negotiators and personal account handlers, holding your hand throughout.