Internally, the houses enjoy expansive, unique layouts with a vast open plan kitchen/living/dining space that forms the heart of the home, incorporating a flexible layout – reflective of the way we socialise and entertain today. The houses further benefit from an adjoining patio garden to the core living space, a utility room and further reception room upstairs.
A striking open-plan kitchen with feature island, bespoke in design, features integrated Siemens appliances, individual wine coolers, Quooker hot water taps and Silestone splashbacks. Wet underfloor heating runs throughout with Oak engineered timber flooring to the living areas, and luxuriously appointed bedrooms and bathrooms. Each master bedroom features an en-suite wet room and individually designed built-in wardrobes, while each property benefits from designated on-site parking and photovoltaic panels at roof level.
Each house features a large Roof Terrace, accessed via an automated skylight, with far reaching views over London, taking in some of the capital’s most iconic buildings including Battersea Power Station, The Shard and Canary Wharf.
Avery Walk is located moments from the north side of Clapham Common, while the wider green spaces of Wandsworth Common and Battersea Park are within easy reach. The popular attractions of Clapham Old Town, Battersea, Northcote Road and Abbeville Road provide an appealing mixture of independent shops, cafes, gastropubs and restaurants, providing every day convenience on the doorstep. Equally, there is an excellent selection of schools, both English and French speaking, at both primary and secondary level nearby. Clapham Common Underground (Zone 2) and Clapham Junction Rail are located close by, providing easy access into London and beyond by the Northern Line or National Rail.
Positioned just moments from Clapham Common – one of London’s most popular residential districts – residents of Avery Walk will enjoy the perfect balance of city and village life. In recent years the area has been reputed as one of London’s most desirable urban villages. Surrounded by green, open spaces and filled with cafés, shops, bars and restaurants, Avery Walk provides the ideal combination of local energy and a village idyll.
Discover a variety of little known boutiques and family-run delicatessens, or make the most of having high-street favourites on your doorstep. The wider Clapham and Battersea area is spoilt for choice, with Northcote Road, Abbeville Road and Clapham Old Town, playing host to an eclectic mix of cafés, boutiques and independent food stores.
The day-time café and restaurant culture in the wider Clapham and Battersea area is among the best and most eclectic in the city. Vibrant Counter Culture overlooks Clapham Common specialising in small plates with meat, fish and vegetables from sustainably sourced suppliers. London’s only tart-based bakery and coffee shop, Tart serves up a unique brunch and lunch menu while intimate Story Coffee is one of the areas best for fresh brews and light bites.
Get to know the area’s charming pubs, lively bars and celebrated restaurants. Gordon Ramsay’s London House Restaurant is a local family favourite, serving innovative modern British cuisine, while Jan Caspian Flavours is a restaurant inspired by Ottoman & Persian cuisine, drawing on traditions of decadence and the region’s complex flavours. Fine dining is also prevalent, with Michelin starred restaurants Trinity in Clapham Old Town and Chez Bruce overlooking Wandsworth Common.
London is famous for its tranquil parks and open spaces. Avery Walk benefits from some of the capital’s best-loved spots – including Clapham Common, Battersea Park and Wandsworth Common. Located just moments from Avery Walk, Clapham Common’s open green expanse provides the ideal space to spend a weekend afternoon and its natural ponds create a wildlife haven popular with fishermen and locals alike. Nearby Battersea Park includes a Fountain Lake, Buddhist Peace Pagoda and Boating Lake, adjacent to the River Thames.
With a number of notable primary and secondary schools nearby, there is no shortage of academic excellence in and around Clapham and Battersea. Eaton House The Manor is a nursery and prep school for girls and boys on Clapham Common Northside, just moments from Avery Walk, offering a wide range of extra-curriculum activities. Oliver House is an independent prep school for boys and girls and is housed across two beautiful 18th Century buildings which overlook Clapham Common, while Laurels School is an independent school for girls aged 11-18.
|No||Type||Beds||Bath||Price||Area sq m / sq ft||Status|
|1||House||3||2||£1,750,000||186.04 sq m / 2002.52 sq ft||Available||View|
|2||House||3||2||178.65 sq m / 1922.97 sq ft||Sold|
|3||House||3||2||178.98 sq m / 1926.52 sq ft||Not Released|
|4||House||3||2||179.34 sq m / 1930.4 sq ft||Not Released|
|5||House||3||2||179.48 sq m / 1932.01 sq ft||Not Released|
|6||House||3||2||161.77 sq m / 1741.28 sq ft||Not Released|
|7||House||3||2||161.77 sq m / 1741.28 sq ft||Not Released|
|8||House||3||2||161.77 sq m / 1741.28 sq ft||Sold|
|9||House||3||2||166.77 sq m / 1795.1 sq ft||Not Released|