Battersea Area Guide
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Located on the banks of the River Thames directly opposite Chelsea, Battersea has long been a popular place to live, no doubt due to the leafy streets, excellent local schools, the world famous Battersea Park and excellent transport links.
There are plenty of transport options in Battersea, including the London Overground and bus network, as well as a plethora of road links.
3 well connected train stations service the area, including Clapham Junction, Queenstown Road & Battersea Park, all of which provide quick and fast national rail services into and out of Central London.
Local bus routes include the 44 (to Victoria), the 137 (to Oxford Circus), the 156 (to Wimbledon), the 319 to Sloane Square, the 344 (to Liverpool Street) and the 452 (to Kensal Rise). There are two night buses – the N44 from Aldwych and the N137 from Oxford Circus.
Battersea’s road network provides excellent links into and out of London, via the A3205 the A3, and the A4.
Battersea has a huge range of schools in and around the area, which explains the popularity of the area amongst families.
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