Within sight of Battersea Power Station, this elegant three-bedroom apartment is brimming with charm and comes with a swoon-worthy roof terrace.

Wandsworth Road, Nine Elms, 3 Bed. Flat


Under offer


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Bright, chic and versatile, there’s a lot packed into this split-level flat. The staggered floors enhance the sense of space, and the flexibility of the layout is demonstrated by the current owners, who use one of the bedrooms as a snug. Muted tones provide a gentle backdrop, and the calm decor throughout gives the flat that fresh-canvas feel. Panelling in the living space adds a touch of refinement.

The main two bedrooms are comfortable doubles and, notably, equally sized. Storage has been niftily incorporated into every room so that you can keep things spic and span. But the real jaw-dropper is the roof terrace––a secluded spot to bask and enjoy the city skyline. Natural light is a constant companion throughout the day, pouring into the living space for your morning coffee and ending on the showstopper terrace in the evening, in time for sunset over one of London’s most recognisable landmarks: Battersea Power Station.

Wandsworth Road is wonderfully positioned to enjoy the capital’s delights. Locally, your coffee, brunch and deli needs are catered for with several nearby options ––District is probably our pick–– and the Canton Arms is a lovely, lively local. But there’s so much more on offer. The Vauxhall Garden Museum, New Covent Garden flower market, and the newly developed Battersea Power Station will keep you busy at weekends. Plus, with the Thames just a 15-minute walk away, you can enjoy river views whilst stretching your legs.


This flat has been an incredible home for us over the past nine years, transitioning from a shared space with friends in three bedrooms to a spacious home for two as a married couple. The unique design gives it the feel of a house rather than a flat. The building houses only one other flat, and we’ve always become friends with the tenants.

One of the standout features of this home is its exceptional natural light that floods different areas throughout the day. The terrace, a sun-trap with sun nearly all day, is perfect for hosting or sunbathing, and the annual Battersea Fireworks display is a highlight. Being end of terrace, it feels very private.

The local community offers everything you need within minutes, and the local area is vibrant, with fantastic places to frequent in walking distance. The Georgian property-lined streets south of the flat are perfect for wandering as well as nearby parks. Being able to reach Central London within 20 minutes never loses its novelty.


Energy Performance Certificate (EPC):
Current Energy Rating C. Potential Energy Rating C.

Council Tax:
The property falls into Band D (£1,860 in 2024/25) in the borough of Lambeth.

Current monthly costs are approx: Electricity £60, Gas £80 and Water £20.

Leasehold with 116 years remaining

Service charge:
£1,250 per year (on average over the past three years)

Ground rent:
£300 per year

In the building, there are two flats in total.

Recent work:
The previous owners fully refurbished the property, so the current owners made no significant changes, just cosmetic tweaks and improvements.

Getting around:
London is your oyster with the newly opened Nine Elms Underground mere minutes away, plus Vauxhall and Stockwell a short distance further. Alternatively, hop onto the Overground at Wandsworth Road, making cross-capital travel a doddle. There are also numerous buses running nearby, opening up further options. And for when you're travelling further afield, the flat is in the rare position where all the London airports can be reached within an hour.

Onward plans:
The owners are selling chain-free.

Anything else:
The main bedroom has air-con, a welcome addition, particularly in warmer summer months.

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Explore South West London

1 Nardulli

A hands-down favourite with the Brickworks team. When you have an ice cream itch, head to Nardulli for gelato that’s the real deal. Made authentically, close your eyes and you could be in the piazza.

2 Trinity Arms

Say hello to your new local. Hidden away in a rather lovely London square, the Trinity Arms feels like a traditional boozer. It has ale on tap, a friendly crew and the roasts have the power to infinitely cheer up any Sunday.

3 Aries Bakehouse

Every neighbourhood deserves a decent bakery, and the Aries Bakehouse puts a big tick in that box. As well as your daily bread you can pick up pantry staples from local producers and delicious, highly-addictive pastries. You have been warned.

4 Ritzy Cinema

The Ritzy Cinema is a local favourite restored 1911 picture house cinema. It also has a relaxed cafe and bar.

5 Brixton Village and Market Row

Brixton Village and Market Row is a street market and a collection of small restaurants, bars, and shops. It's the home of the original Franco Manca, and has a vibrant community of restaurants from all over the world.