Townends Estate and Letting agents in Earlsfield
Townends Estate Agents Earlsfield are your local, industry expert, estate and letting agents. We have been successfully helping people buy, sell, rent or let property for over 25 years. Our extensive local knowledge of both the Earlsfield property market and local area, coupled with our expert, qualified staff uniquely positions us to assist you with your property needs.
Townends Estate Agents Earlsfield assists people buying, selling, renting or letting property in: Earlsfield, Southfields, Tooting, Wandsworth, Wandsworth Common and Wimbledon.
Looking to sell or let your property in Earlsfield?
Our property experts have experience selling and letting a variety of property types, whether it’s your detached, semi-detached or terraced house, flat, cottage or bungalow our experts can advise you on how to maximise the potential of your sale or let.
Townends Estate Agents Earlsfield also provides a range of dedicated property services in order to assist you with your sale or let, including:
Looking to buy or rent a property in Earlsfield?
At Townends Estate Agents Earlsfield, we understand that choosing where to buy or rent a property is a big decision. That is why all of our staff are experts on the local area, enabling them to not only find your perfect home in Earlsfield but also help you find your perfect lifestyle. To book your FREE, no obligation property valuation call 01932 504 686 now.
Melody Road, Wandsworth, SW18
£1375 pcm + fees -
A third floor, two bedroom apartment situated conveniently for Wandsworth Town Station. The property benefits from eat-in kitchen, spacious lounge, two double bedrooms and panoramic views.
Merton Road, Wandsworth, SW18
£1100 pcm + fees -
A charming one double bedroom flat in close proximity to Wandsworth's shops and amenities and East Putney tube. Boasting wood flooring, separate fitted kitchen and bathroom with shower.
Vermont Road, London, SW18
£1795 pcm + fees -
ZERO DEPOSIT OPTION AVAILABLE. A very well presented, light and airy three double bedroom apartment conveniently located close to both Wandsworth Town Train Station & Earlsfield Station. The property benefits...
Albert Drive, Southfields, SW19
£1400 pcm + fees -
Located in the heart of Southfields this two double bedroom apartment with private balcony. The property consists of a bright and spacious reception room with access to a private balcony,...
Balham Park Road, London, SW12
£1895 pcm + fees -
A well-proportioned two double bedroom, ground floor flat conveniently located just moments away from Balham Tube Station and the local amenities of the high street. Benefits include two double bedrooms,...
Earlsfield is a residential, suburban area located within the London Borough of Wandsworth.
Earlsfield isn’t as well-known as some of its neighbouring suburbs like Tooting, Belham or Clapham and this relative anonymity allows its residents to enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle whilst still benefitting from its proximity to Central London. In fact, Earlsfield is just 13 minutes by train from London Waterloo. This proximity attracts young professionals to the area whilst, the quieter atmosphere makes Earlsfield attractive to families boosting both the rental and sales market.
Things to do in Earlsfield
Eating, Drinking and Shopping in Earlsfield
Located in the northern side of Earlsfield is the Southside Shopping Centre where you can enjoy access to food, fashion and film all under one roof! Inside there is an excellent mix of well-known high-street shops, restaurants and cafés, a new gym as well as a 14 screen cinema. Garratt Lane is Earlsfield’s primary shopping street; on it you can find various restaurants, pubs and bars as well as hairdressers and shops.
For places to eat in Earlsfield locals would recommend trying The Earlsfield, located in the train station; this eatery is popular among commuters. For a relaxing weekend brunch with friends, Ben's Canteen and Hallowed Belly are two trendy popular options. Earlsfield also provides easy access to several local amenities such as Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Waitrose.
Earlsfield’s trendy vibrant atmosphere lends itself to containing a range of fun pubs and bars. The Wandle, The Jolly Gardener and Graffiti are among just a few. Garratt Lane is a must visit if you are on the hunt for a good wine bar!
Activities and Entertainment in Earlsfield
Garratt Lane is also home to Tara Arts, a cross-culture theatrical venue, this is a recently renovated space which seats 100. It also features a new rehearsal space and outdoor patio. For an adventure filled day, why not try Flip Out, London’s biggest trampoline park, offering fun for all ages.
The River Wandle can be found flowing almost parallel to Garratt Lane and has seen substantial investment from the council in order to clean up pollution, making this a scenic spot for locals to enjoy. Other outdoor activities in Earlsfield include the Central London Golf Centre, a friendly club offering lessons for children and an over-50s golf academy.
Culture in Earlsfield
Earlsfield was famously home to Louis de Bernieres, the author of ‘Captain Corelli’s Mandolin’. Bernieres’ further book and play ‘Morning at the Centre of the World’ pays homage to the diversity of Earlsfield. Sadiq Khan, the current Major of London and formally MP for Tooting and Earlsfield.
There are two churches in Earlsfield, the Earlsfield Baptist Church is on Magdalen Road and St Andrew’s Church of England found on the corner of Garratt Lane and Waynflete Street. Also worth a visit is Earlsfield Library, you can learn about the history of the area as well as offering weekly activities for children.
Schools in Earlsfield
There is a great range Ofsted ranked schools in and around the Earlsfield area and Townends Estate Agents Earlsfield has a range of rental properties available within the catchment areas for many of these.
Transport links in and around Earlsfield
Earlsfield train station sits within Travelcard Zone 3 and is only 3 stops from London Waterloo (a 13 minute journey) where you have the option to explore the Southbank or continue your journey onwards using either over or underground services. Alternatively it is only a 20 minute journey to London Victoria. Also nearby, a short 20 minutes’ walk is two accesses to the District Line Southfields and Wimbledon Park.
If you are travelling via road, Earlsfield provides easy access to the A3 from which you can commute into London or travelling in the opposite direction reach as far as Portsmouth. Earlsfield is served by many buses with a frequent service which will take you in and around the borough.
The property market in Earlsfield
The primary properties on display in Earlsfield are Victorian and Edwardian terraces but there are also new riverside blocks of flats continuously under development.
The property market in Earlsfield is performing well. According to Zoopla, typical rent for Earlsfield sits at approximately £1,745 pcm for a 2 bedroom house and £1,629 pcm for a 2 bedroom flat. Call 01932 504 686 now to find out how much you could sell or let your property for.