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Battersea Estate Agents

Based in Battersea since 2002, Eden Harper has a passion for property and wealth of knowledge about the area surrounding Battersea Park. Whether buying or selling in Battersea, Eden Harper aims to be the agent of choice by providing a comprehensive and professional service. As Battersea estate agents, we're best placed to help you find the right property in Battersea.  

When it comes to offering a choice of properties, Eden Harper in Battersea has something for everyone. Award-winning factory conversions sit alongside new riverside developments and grand Victorian houses, as well as impressive period mansion blocks and a selection of ever more popular ex-local authority flats.

Richard Symes -  Battersea estate agents

Lettings

Richard Symes MARLA

Manager/Director

64 Battersea Park Rd,
Battersea, London, SW11 4JP
 
T: 0207 720 1116
F: 0207 720 0001
 
Book a free valuation
 

Richard Sullivan MNAEA - sales manager

Sales

Richard Sullivan MNAEA

Sales Manager

64 Battersea Park Rd,
Battersea, London, SW11 4JP
 
T: 0207 720 1116
F: 0207 720 0001
 

 

 

 

Will Reynolds - Lettings Negotiator

Lettings

Will Reynolds

Lettings Negotiator

64 Battersea Park Rd,
Battersea, London, SW11 4JP

T: 0207 720 1116
F: 0207 720 0001
 

Krisztina Hatos

Sales

Kristina Hatos

Assistant Branch Manager Salesr

64 Battersea Park Rd,

Battersea, London, SW11 4JP

T: 0207 720 1116
F: 0207 720 0001
 

 

 

 

"Eden Harper have always been brilliant to work with friendly but always professional.
Before I sold the flat they also handled the rental of the flat and they were helpful at all times.
I really valued their expertise." ☆☆☆☆☆ G Black rated Eden Harper 5 stars
 

 


 
 

 

Why Battersea?

It’s no surprise that more young professionals and families are turning their attention to Battersea. Just across the river from the fashionable King’s Road and Sloane Square, the once industrial area covering the SW8 and SW11 postcodes in the London Borough of Wandsworth is home to just over 100,000 residents. These residents benefit from excellent transport links (Battersea Park and Queenstown Road stations offer fast rail links into central London, while the Northern Line Extension will also benefit locals), Ofsted-ranked, high-performing schools, a growing retail hub, independent restaurants and bars, a lively arts scene, and the local authority’s low council tax charges.
 
One of the main attractions to Battersea is Battersea Park. First opened in 1858, Battersea Park sits on the south bank of the River Thames, and is surrounded by some of Battersea's most prestigious residential streets. The park boasts a children's zoo, a large boating lake, a bandstand, the Pump House Gallery, the Battersea Park Nature Reserve, a rose garden, the Peace Pagoda, and Battersea Evolution, an events venue.  

 


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