Anticipated Occupation Date - Summer 2024
Located in a quiet corner of Wandsworth, Earlsfield was overlooked for many years in favour of its more celebrated neighbours, Wimbledon and Clapham. In a way, Earlsfield represents the best of Zone 3. It’s relaxed and low-key compared with central areas, but has strong transport links, albeit not underground ones. And right in the heart is Garratt Lane, a vibrant street in which connects Wandsworth High Street to Tooting Broadway.
By rail, regular trains from Earlsfield station to Waterloo, take just 13 minutes. Alternatively, it’s 20 minutes to Victoria with a change at Clapham Junction. Nearby Southfields and Wimbledon Park are both on the District Line and about 20 minutes’ walk from Garratt Lane. Local bus routes include the 44 (to Victoria), 77 (to Waterloo) and 270 (to Putney Bridge). The N44 night bus runs from Aldwych. By car, cross the river and you can be on the M4 in half an hour.
If you are looking for retail therapy, perfect one-stop shopping destination is just at the top of Garratt Lane. Southside Shopping Centre is the fifth largest indoor shopping centre in London. Home to a number of high street favourites including H&M, TK Maxx and Oliver Bonas. Garratt Lane is largely filled with independent cafes and restaurants, while Southside enjoys a number of fast food chains including McDonalds, Nando’s, Krispy Kreme and Wagamama, ideal for those stopping for a mid-shopping spree meal!
Southside also houses 14-screen Cineworld multiplex cinema plus the ARRTI Gallery, a breath-taking mix of uplifting, colourful, and affordable art brought to you by local artists. Wandsworth is also home to its own intimate fringe theatre, Tara Arts, featuring a 100 seat theatre, outdoor patio and rehearsal space.
One of the perks of Earlsfield living is the area’s close proximity to numerous green spaces, including Garratt Park. This fantastic open space is great for nature lovers with its glorious greenery, dedicated spaces and a great range of outdoor facilities including a basketball court, football area and a children’s playground, whilst green fingered locals benefit from the Garratt Park allotments.
Or take a picnic and enjoy the 55 acres of nearby St George's Park or take a stroll along the Wandle Trail, running parallel to Garratt Lane from the River Thames to Plough Lane and beyond up to East Croydon.
A stylish new homes development is set to be launched in Autumn 2023, located at the junction of Swaffield Road and Garratt Lane, Earlsfield, in the leafy Borough of Wandsworth and will form part of an exciting regeneration programme. Alongside highly contemporary apartments and houses, there will be a state-of-the-art community health centre, a pharmacy and retail units creating a hub offering diverse services that will benefit the entire community.
Multi-award-winning Higgins Homes is creating 105 homes for private sale where buyers can choose from a selection of one, two and three bedroom apartments and four bedroom houses in a wide variety of designs. All will benefit from Higgins Homes signature design ethos, including spacious layouts, with light filled rooms offering contemporary, stylish fixtures and fittings to appeal to the modern discerning homebuyer.
This part of London is popular with buyers looking to enjoy the convenience of city living with its excellent transport links, extensive areas of green open space, all available within an established community.
Well located for local transport the nearest overground station is Earlsfield just a 11 minute walk, offering regular services by South Western Railway to Waterloo, in 13 minutes. The nearest underground station, around 20 minutes’ walk is Southfields, on the District Line giving access to Victoria Station in as little as 21 minutes.
With lots of young professionals and families already living in the area, there are no shortages of things to do with restaurants, bars, coffee shops, boutiques, and Wimbledon Farmers Market all within easy reach. For everyday essentials, there’s a Sainsbury’s Local as well as a Tesco Express nearby. The Southside Shopping Centre located on Garratt Lane some 12 minutes’ walk away has a Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Planet Organic and many well-known high street brands. There is also a 14-screen cinema and various restaurants to grab a bite after some retail therapy.
For culture and unique experiences, the Tara Theatre on Garratt Lane is a recently built 100-seat theatre with a vast schedule of performance from comedies to classics. There’s also the Backyard Cinema, which offers a cinema experience like no other including their pop-up Winter Night Garden, Miami Beach and LA Nights experiences.
For joggers, cyclists, dog walkers or those just wanting to get some fresh air and maybe even enjoy a picnic in the summer months, there are plenty of green spaces locally. These include King George’s Park with public tennis courts, a playground and ornamental gardens ; Wandsworth Park with its riverside views and mini-golf course complete with bar, and the picturesque River Wandle that runs north-south through Earlsfield and can be walked or cycled easily.
This development adds to the already considerable regeneration and investment in Earlsfield and surrounding areas and these new homes are likely to attract first time buyers, investors, as well as those moving up the property ladder.
The homes will be ready for occupation from Summer 2024.Disclaimer
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