This well-presented and spacious 3 bedroom apartment extending to 786 square feet which sits on the first floor of Archer House, one of the 5 buildings that make up the 'Battersea Village Estate', a popular and secure development noted for its communal gardens and desirable Battersea Square location. The property benefits from a large and cosy reception room which looks onto the River Thames, three good sized bedrooms and a modern kitchen and bathroom.
Vicarage Crescent is situated at the northern end of Battersea High Street, a quiet residential street notable for being the location of Thomas's Battersea School and opposite the open spaces and recreational facilities of Fred Wells Gardens. The property is located in close proximity to the shops and restaurants of Battersea Square, including Gail's Bakery and London House by Gordon Ramsay. The 170 bus, which goes directly to Chelsea, stops on Battersea Square. Clapham Junction, with its links to Waterloo & Victoria is a 12 minute walk away.
"Battersea Village Estate" is a popular gated development that benefits from beautifully maintained communal gardens, a communal launderette and a resident porter.
Some words from the owners:
What do you love most about your home?
We love the flat, it's our first home and has been for ten years. The windows let the light in all day and make it feel so bright and spacious. The beautiful courtyard is great for barbecues and having friends and family round, and is a fantastic addition to a great home.
Why are you moving?
We're moving after many years in London for a change of lifestyle and to be close to the sea.
What do you love about the area?
Battersea is an incredible area - it has a great mix of restaurants, decent pubs, wine bars, as well as independent shops and cafes. Our local family run pub, The Woodman, does amazing food and is our favourite spot - and the first port of call when we have visitors. Battersea Park and the Power Station development is just a short walk along the river, which is a beautiful stroll and route to walk the dog. Chelsea and the King's Road is just across the river if you fancy some shopping, or Northcote Road in the other direction if you want bars. Clapham Junction and the many local bus routes mean you are 20mins from Central London, Waterloo and Victoria - easy for commuting if you are heading into the office.