If you are a landlord looking to let your property, or you’re keen to rent a property in the ever-popular area of Clapham Common, haart Letting Agents are here to help.
haart Lettings Clapham Common is part of the UK’s largest independent estate and lettings agents. Every year we help thousands of people to achieve their aims, whether they’re letting out a property, or keen to rent one.
Clapham Common is one of London’s trendiest places to live and has more than its fair share of superb restaurants, pubs and nightlife, as well as great transport links into the heart of London and out of town. From Clapham Junction station, you can get into London within 10 minutes by train and even out of town to the likes of Gatwick Airport and the south coast.
There’s much to love about this area: the wide open space of the common itself, Clapham Common Old Town and Abbeville Village, with its quaint shops, cafes and pubs. While Clapham North is cheaper, so more popular with graduates and young professionals, it’s close to the bars and clubs of Clapham High Street and also has its own convenient stations.
All in all, this is an area that’s ideal for investors looking to let a property, and for people keen to rent. Either way, the haart Lettings Clapham Common team is here to help.
We use rightmove.co.uk, onthemarket.com and our own haart website to market properties. We also advertise in local newspapers and across social media.
The haart Lettings Clapham Common office is open at 17 Clapham Common Southside, Monday to Saturday.
Clapham Common is a whopping 200 acres of green space, ponds, sports courts and a running track. Today a venue for festivals or walking off last night’s excesses, three hundred years ago it was wild common land where local folk grazed their animals or collected fire wood.
A vibrant, varied area of South London, Clapham is a popular part of the city with visitors and residents alike benefiting from its huge 220-acre Common complete with Victorian bandstand.
Clapham is within the London borough of Lambeth and has a population of 43,000. It has a large number of independent shops, street cafes and a market.
With buses, an overground rail service and four underground stations with frequent trains, the area is well served by public transport.
As the New Political term starts – is Housing Policy on the agenda?. The long summer has ended, MP’s have returned to Parliament and we’re in the midst of Conference Season. Naturally Brexit will dominate each party conference, however there are other equally important policies that should also form part of the agenda - particularly Housing.
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