With areas including Battersea, Tooting, and Nine Elms falling within the parameters of the borough, this South-West London setting has of late become increasingly trendy, appealing to the younger market with its eclectic mix of bars, eateries, and overall culture.
Why Buy with Galliard in Wandsworth?
Jessica House, located just off the high street, presented a selection of studio, one and two bedroom flats for sale in Wandsworth. Now sold out, this popular development offered well-refined, off-plan property in Wandsworth - the perfect starter home or a Buy-to-Let opportunity.
Situated in nearby Tooting, Wimbledon Grounds is Galliard's latest Wandsworth venture, providing a choice of more than 600 new homes along with a brand-new stadium for AFC Wimbledon. Comprising two residential buildings encircling gorgeous courtyard gardens, a home at Wimbledon Grounds is highly sought-after.
Offering many Wandsworth Help to Buy properties for first-time buyers eager to get onto the property ladder in this desirable location, Wimbledon Grounds has proved to be the obvious choice for young buyers in the area. Beautifully presented one bedroom apartments, spacious two bedroom apartments and three bedroom marionettes fit for family living are in high demand at Wimbledon Grounds.
Below you will find a list of our properties for sale in Wandsworth. Located just south of the River Thames, Wandsworth in Zone 2 is a popular residential destination for first-time buyers and investors looking for a London address within close reach of central business hubs. Whether you are searching for a 1, 2, or 3 bed flat for sale in Wandsworth, Galliard Homes is committed to helping you every step of the way.
Living in Wandsworth
Those choosing to call Wandsworth home know that this vibrant borough is an excellent place to live. Places to eat and drink are in ample supply; whether you like authentic homemade Italian food or good old pub-grub, Wandsworth has something for every palette.
Vast open spaces such as Wandsworth Common are ideal for those who enjoy a weekend walk in Wandsworth, while Southside Shopping Centre is suitable for those enjoying shopping, entertainment, and eating all under one roof.
Discover more about what is on in the area with our guide to living in Wandsworth.
Transport in Wandsworth
Situated in Zone 2, Wandsworth is ideally located and superbly connected to the rest of London. Served by both Transport for London and South Western Railway, passengers can make easy connections across the capital and beyond from Wandsworth.
The District line, Northern line and London Overground serve the borough, enabling those residing in the area to commute into key stations such as Waterloo in just 19 minutes from Clapham South station. Journeys to London Gatwick Airport are straightforward and can be achieved in 25 minutes from Clapham Junction station.
Schools in Wandsworth
As the borough spans over 34km, with that comes the need for plenty of schools and educational facilities. Wandsworth is home to 61 primary schools and 11 state secondary schools while several independent schools are also available to choose from.
Chesterton Primary School is an Ofsted ‘outstanding’ school and rated amongst the top primary educators in the area, while secondary educator Ricards Lodge High School was also awarded ‘outstanding’ following an inspection in 2017. South Thames College is a popular choice for those undertaking further educational courses.
How Safe is Wandsworth?
Did you know that Wandsworth has one of the lowest crime rates of all London Boroughs? With a lower-than-average crime rate, residents of the area can seek comfort in knowing that they are living in a reasonably safe location. According to CrimeRate, the overall crime rate in 2021 for Wandsworth was 15% lower than the London rate with 75 crimes per 1000 people.
Price trends in Wandsworth
Rental prices in Wandsworth have been on the up in recent years leading to higher demands for available property. As of 2022, the average rental price in the borough was around £517 per week (Foxtons), and property sold prices have also rocketed with the average Wandsworth home worth approximately £849,324 in 2021 (Foxtons).
The London borough of Wandsworth took the top spot in the rankings for London’s prime property in 2021 with the area accounting for 11% of high-end transactions.
Buying with Galliard Homes
As a leading London developer with 30 years of experience in the industry, Galliard Homes knows how to pinpoint locations worthy of investment. With the focus of Central London now shifting to outer suburban territories due to ballooning property prices, Wandsworth lends itself as a viable option for buyers seeking a location offering a town life feel with the gift of city convenience.
If you are searching for a flat for sale in Wandsworth, get in touch with our friendly team today on 020 8418 3635.
Top features of Galliard properties in the area
As with all Galliard homes, quality comes top of the agenda. Galliard Homes is a company that prides itself on creating homes that people not only want to live in but in up-and-coming areas, often leading the way for the regeneration of previously undesirable locations.
All of our homes come with fully-integrated appliances as standard, with many properties also benefitting from outdoor space such as a private balcony. On-site amenities can also be found at our new-builds in Wandsworth with facilities such as a fitness centre, a concierge service, and even a squash court available for exclusive use.
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Help to Buy Wandsworth
If you are looking for property to buy in Wandsworth using the Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme, look no further than Galliard Homes. Many of our homes in Wandsworth are available to purchase using the government-backed Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme. First-time buyers can get onto the Wandsworth property ladder with just a 5% deposit as well as a 40% equity loan courtesy of Homes England, subject to eligibility, terms and conditions apply.
Start the process with Galliard Homes
Start your property search in Wandsworth with Galliard Homes today. Check out our list of available properties below and get in touch with our team by submitting a form below or calling 020 8418 3635. Our friendly team will be there to help you find the right property, answer any questions, and support you throughout the sales process from start to finish.
Local History of Wandsworth
Taking its name from the River Wandle, this South London district was once a small community dating back to the 11th century however, the Wandsworth of today is remarkably different and is now home to over 325,000 people. Young & Co’s Ram Brewery was founded in 1831 in Wandsworth and was responsible for supplying Young’s public houses in London and to this day is still based in Wandsworth.
Landmarks in Wandsworth
From Battersea Park and the incredible statues that sit inside of it, to the wonders of New Covent Garden Market that covers over 57 acres, there is plenty to see and do in Wandsworth. Tooting Market is another must-visit; established over 80 years ago the market offers street foods from across the world as well as fashion, fabrics, art, plus so much more!
Shopping and Entertainment in Wandsworth
The main shopping destination in Wandsworth is Southside Shopping Centre with pretty much everything you could need under one roof. High street favourites such as H&M, Boots, and JD Sports can be found here along with a Cineworld and a Nuffield Health. An Amazon Fresh store is also located within the shopping centre allowing shoppers to pop in for daily essentials and walk straight out!
Garratt Lane – which connects Wandsworth High Street to Tooting Broadway – also enjoys an array of independent shops, cafes, and restaurants and is well worth a visit.
Is Wandsworth a good area to buy?
Wandsworth is a trendy and prosperous setting, desired by families and young professionals alike. Houses are typically of Victorian or Edwardian style although many new-build developments have cropped up in recent years helping to fulfil the demand for housing in the area.
House prices are competitive and the area has presented itself as one of London’s fastest-growing locations. The transformation of the Battersea Power Station building has also helped to regenerate the area. Comprising business units, retail spaces, and brand new homes, the site attracted many big names to the area and is now the home of Apple's new London campus.
Is Wandsworth a nice place to live?
With one of London’s lowest crime rates and a great community vibe, Wandsworth is a desirable place to call home. For families, good schools and local green space are highly appealing, whilst young professionals are flocking to the area in search of property to buy in Wandsworth thanks to transport links and the fact that there is plenty to eat, drink and do in the area.
Which Zone is Wandsworth in?
Wandsworth Town railway station is situated in Zone 2 and is served by South Western Railway. Other nearby stations on the London Underground like East Putney and Clapham South are also in Zone 2 whilst stations including Tooting Broadway and Balham are in Zone 3.
Why is Wandsworth council tax so cheap?
Did you know that residents of Wandsworth pay some of the lowest council tax rates in the country? Even with the rise in the cost of living, the London Borough of Wandsworth has been able to keep council tax at a low rate since its introduction in 1993. It is all down to good management of budgets by the council and as many neighbouring boroughs continue to put council tax up, Wandsworth's continues to stay low.
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