Our Clapham South Estate Agent and Lettings Agent
Emma’s Estate Agents are based in Streatham but work within Clapham South as many of our team are based in Clapham and the surrounding areas. We also work in Brixton, Balham and many other areas of South West London. Alongside our estate agent team, we also provide property management in Clapham South.
Our Lettings Agents in Clapham South
Our Clapham South Lettings Agent team works proactively and proficiently to get your property on the market. We typically have floorplans and photographs completed within 24 to 48 hours and produce marketing material to help promote your property. This includes adding your property to all the major property platforms. We conduct property viewings based around your schedule and handle the application process.
Speak to our Property Management in Clapham South for more information if you’re looking to let your property.
Our Clapham South Sales Team
Our office offers sales on a boutique basis, taking on a maximum of six properties at any given time. This ensures that all our clients receive the highest level of care and attention.
Choosing an agent to help you to sell your home is one of the biggest decisions a vendor faces. At Emma’s we understand this, and our focus is on building relationships based on trust, honesty, and integrity. By limiting the number of sales we take on, we are able to ensure that each and every client is given our full attention. This allows us to manage your sale better.
Things to do in Clapham
Our Guide to Clapham South
Clapham South sits in a brilliant location in South West London. It’s the most southerly point of Clapham and features bars, restaurants and excellent access to the underground. As well as having access to great amenities, it also sits on Clapham Common, one of the nicest commons in the whole of South London. Clapham South is a short journey from the bustling streets of Clapham but still has the friendly and community feel found in other areas further south on the Northern Line.
Properties on Clapham South
You’ll find many tree-lined streets around Clapham South with large Victorian and Edwardian houses alongside, providing a calm residential calm to the area. Many properties have been converted into spacious flats creating the perfect properties for first-time buyers or young families.
Clapham South Transport Links
There are some great transport options from Clapham South, including bikes, trains, buses or even by car. It sits on the Northern Line, offering a 17-minute commute to central London and has bus routes, including night buses, that travel into the city and to some overground railway stations. For the cyclists among you, the area sits directly on top of one of London’s Cycling Super Highways, meaning travelling to central London is safer and easier.
History of Clapham
Clapham can be dated all the way back to the Domesday Book and was originally popular with wealthy landowners who wanted a place to escape the dirt and grime of the city. Over the 19th and 20th centuries, the area grew in popularity, and with the introduction of the Northern Line, its population blew up. It’s now one of the most desirable areas in London. Clapham hasn’t changed its name since it was founded all the way back in 1504. The name originates from Old English and translates as a ‘homestead or enclosure near a hill or hills’.