“Our clients love Earlsfield because you are in town, but it still feels like a village,” explains Simon Powley, Property Sales Manager at Stirling Ackroyd’s Earlsfield’s branch on Garratt Lane.
And it’s true. The larger adjacent neighbourhoods of Wimbledon or Clapham cover far larger areas, and because of that the property options there can range from ex-council to grand Victorian homes on expansive commons.
However, Earlsfield is different. This lesser known, cosy corner of London offers a magical mix of the attractive terraced Victorian and Edwardian homes with easy and open access parks and a great choice of outdoor spaces. The perfect place for those that love a stroll with small humans or canine friends.
There is something for everyone here. Good schools, great coffee, reliable transport routes to central London. Add to that, a real sense of London history, and you have a great place to call home.
WHAT’S IN A NAME?
Earlsfield’s name comes from the Victorian manor that once stood on Allfarthing Lane. Sold to the LEarlsfield’s name comes from the Victorian manor that once stood on Allfarthing Lane. Sold to the London & South-Western Railway (1884), the previous owners insisted that the name be retained for the station. In 2012, the station had a £5.6 million revamp, the main entrance reconstructed, lifts installed, boosting accessibility and creating much needed step-free access.
Check out this 12-mile path along the River Wandle from Wandsworth to Croydon by bike. It’s an enjoyable way for cyclists of all levels who want some fresh air and scenic views on their journey!
Earlsfield has some wonderful primary and secondary schools to choose from. Check out some of the locally outstanding schools, and their catchment areas.
LOCAL FOCUS – GARRATT LANE
Garratt Lane connects Wandsworth High Street to Tooting Broadway – this 2.5 mile long road has a staggering 1085 street numbers in total! It passes through the neighbourhoods of Earlsfield and Summerstown, and before the 19th century development, it also led to the undeveloped fields of Wandsworth.
Located in Zone 3, this is the place to be if you are looking for great independent shops and restaurants. Shop ‘til you drop or grab lunch or knock-out brunch with friends – it’s all here. Afterwards, take a stroll in the nearby Wimbledon Common, or head to the riverside and enjoy the peace and quiet of the River Wandle.
GARRETT LANE & BEYOND – EARLSFIELD GOURMET GREATS
Some of the city’s finest cafes, delis and restaurants are on Garrett Lane – a food destination with something for everyone. Check out our favourites here.
|Vegan in the Village||Brilliant Brunches||Award Winning, Local Delicacies|
|Most local cafes and restaurants now have great vegan options, but make sure to check out the critically acclaimed Amrutha Lounge or Press Cafe for a fabulous variety of coffees and vegan food and juice options.||One of Earlsfield’s most popular brunch restaurants is Bean and Hop, but other delicious options include the newly opened Manny Dartin Cafe, Gails, The Eclectic Collection, and locally famous Belle Amie.||Looking for local, handmade delicacies, make sure to visit DeRosier Earlsfieldfor award-winning handmade chocolates.|
|Classic Coffee||Independent Grocer||For The Kids|
|Cafe Elena, Lady Buddha, Double Bubble, Corner Cafe, Home Cafe - there is no shortage of craft coffee shops and cafes in Earlsfield.||Earlsfield Grocer is a local store for local people. Selling speciality coffees, bakes, eats, and quality pantry goods, this independent shop on Garrett Lane is a firm favourite with nearby residents.||Tribe Time, soft play area and cafe is brilliant for the little ‘uns.|
THE PERFECT PLACE TO BE
“Earlsfield really is an up-and-coming area with a pretty limitless amount of things to do and enjoy,” Simon continues. “Just a 13-minute train ride to Waterloo, residents enjoy brilliant brunches, cool bars, great restaurants and inviting green spaces, all within close proximity to central London life. Some of the most popular areas to rent or buy homes are found off Garratt Lane from Earlsfield station to Burntwood Lane and off Earlsfield Road.
|Spectra Apartments, SW18||Steerforth Street, Earlsfield SW18|
|A one bedroom second floor apartment close to the centre of Wandsworth and EWS compliant|
|A one bedroom Ground floor apartment in a converted Victorian house. Great as it is, but has the potential to enlarge to a 2 bedroom flat subject to planning
£560,000 Share of Freehold
|Victoria Mews, Earlsfield, SW18||Cavendish Road, SW12|
|Built in the 1990’s a detached four bedroom family house in a private, gated cobbled mews close to Earlsfield Mainline|
|An unmodernised Victorian house with bags of potential to modernise and extend to form a really comfortable 4/5 bedroom house with Garden
|Hardwicks Square,Wandsworth, SW18||Fountain Road, Tooting,SW1717|
|This immaculate two double bedroom apartment situated on the seventh floor of this highly popular development in the |
heart of Wandsworth
|A three double bedroom house in a sought-after location within a short walk of the local amenities of Tooting Broadway Station & St. Georges Hospital
£ 2100 pcm
If you would like to explore Earlsfield, and learn more about this great area of London, visit us at https://www.stirlingackroyd.com/our-branches/earlsfield/