Letting in South London

Renting and letting properties in south London

Moving south of the river you can often find a lot more open space and larger homes in what for many is the ideal place for families. A glut of wonderful properties surround Clapham and Wandsworth Commons, while a resurgent Battersea is seeing more and more fantastic developments following the relocation of the US embassy and extension of the Northern Line. Moving further out there is also Wimbledon, famous not only for the tennis tournament but also the wonderful village and high quality of life.

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Renting in south London


Up and coming Battersea is quickly becoming the place to be with improving transport facilities and the US embassy moving to Nine Elms. Home to the iconic power plant and a fantastic park, Battersea has a wonderful collection of property, both traditional and contemporary.

Find out more about Battersea, an attractive lifestyle choice in terms of accessibility, located next to the  River Thames and iconic Battersea Power Station.

Clapham and Wandsworth

Centred around the two commons, Clapham and Wandsworth enjoy a combination of open space and vibrant high streets. With fantastic housing stock the area is in high demand, particularly in the area between the commons centring around Northcote Road.

Find out more about Clapham for brilliant state and private schools, the fantastic green spaces of Wandsworth and Clapham Common, as well as connections to the City, West End via the Northern Line and Gatwick Airport from Clapham Junction. 

Find out more about Wandsworth for the excellent local schools, green spaces and fantastic transport links. 

Find out more about Northcote Roadfor prime London living, fantastic restaurants and a unique weekend market.


Over the river from Fulham and north of Wimbledon, Putney has access to some of the most fashionable parts of London but still has the open space missing from more central areas. The riverside lifestyle contrasts with the bustle of the city and there is a wide range of property to choose from, offering Victorian and Edwardian homes as well as contemporary developments on the river.

Find out more about Putney, one of the most pleasant London suburbs with excellent transport routes into central London.


If you're looking for a village lifestyle in London few places can offer this as well as Wimbledon. It's combination of urban and semi-rural lifestyle means you can easily indulge in activities impossible in other parts of London such as horse riding, while its peacefulness provides a fantastic respite from the pace of the rest of the city.

Find out more about Wimbledon if interested in tennis, large open spaces and accessibility to extra curricular activities such as horse riding and golf.

Barnes and Richmond

Moving away from central London, Barnes and Richmond offer more open space and a river lifestyle more akin to a town than a major city. Large family homes are common with Victorian and Edwardian properties situated around Barnes Common and the spectacular Richmond Park, whilst also offering apartments in the town and along the River.

Find out more about Barnes if you are interested in living in one of the only London villages, complete with a duck pond, which is a quite unique to Barnes.

Find out more about Richmond for a riverside lifestyle, train links to Waterloo in 19 minutes.

and Richmond Park, the largest of the 8 royal parks in London.