Wandsworth Estate and Lettings Agents

Rampton Baseley is the foremost independent estate and letting agents in Wandsworth, focused on residential sales, lettings and property management across SW17. If you’re looking for an estate agent who knows the Wandsworth area inside-out, you’ve come to the right place. Situated on Bellevue Road, Rampton Baseley is ideally positioned to sell and let properties across the whole of SW17 and SW18 London.

At Rampton Baseley estate agents, you are our priority and always will be. 89% of our new instructions come from recommendations of satisfied clients. With an in-depth, local understanding of the Wandsworth property market, our team is on a mission to look after you and your interests. We know that selling your home can be stressful, so choosing an estate agent you can trust is essential. At Rampton Baseley, we are with you every step of the way, from valuation right through to completion.


020 3846 0999

Wandsworth properties for sale


020 7978 4404

Wandsworth properties to let


30 Bellevue Rd, Wandsworth, London, SW17 7EF

Rampton Baseley Bellevue Ltd Registered office as above.
Registered in England and Wales.
Company Registration Number 9706631

Opening Hours

  • 08.45 - 18.00
  • 08.45 - 18.00
  • 08.45 - 18.00
  • 08.45 - 18.00
  • 08.45 - 18.00
  • 10.00 - 16.00
  • Closed

About Wandsworth

Wandsworth is a prime residential area, offering diverse properties to suit many lifestyles and budgets. It’s well known for its excellent transport options, wide-open stretches of greenery and a great selection of schools. There is a lot of scope for trading up in Wandsworth, so residents tend to stay local, moving from a flat to a house or into a larger family home. Wandsworth offers a variety of property types from Victoria and Edwardian period homes, large semi-detached and detached homes built in the 20th century and new modern apartments, some overlooking the River Thames.

The Wandsworth property market is buoyant, with prices continuing to rise. Wandsworth is now the sixth most expensive London borough. The overall average cost of a home in Wandsworth is around £890,000. Flats account for most sales, with an average selling price of £570,864. Terraced houses sell on average for £1,228,332, and semi-detached homes achieve £1,615,202. Wandsworth offers excellent opportunities for buy-to-let landlords. The area is popular with families, young professionals and students.

Shops & Restaurants
Local Schools
Transport Links
Things To Do

There is a diverse range of shops and restaurants to enjoy in Wandsworth. Wandsworth boasts a variety of bars, restaurants, and traditional pubs, offering cuisine from all over the world. You can explore The Good Earth restaurant, serving delicious Chinese food with a modern twist in an art deco interior. Or, you could visit the Michelin-starred Chez Bruce, serving high-end French cuisine in a relaxed and unassuming environment.

The bustling Southside Wandsworth shopping centre hosts many mainstream fashion brands and casual dining restaurants. Or stroll along the Northcote Road and explore the excellent selection of independent shops and street markets.

Families come to Wandsworth in search of good schools. There are several highly rated primary and secondary state schools, with many performing well in national league tables and achieving an ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rating.

Wandsworth hosts several well-established independent schools for families seeking private education, offering both day and boarding options. These schools provide high-quality education and a supportive learning environment for children of all abilities.

Here are some examples of schools from each category: Sheringdale Primary School (Primary, Outstanding), Graveney School (Secondary, Outstanding), The Roche School (Independent, Primary), Emmanuel School (Independent, Secondary).

Despite not having a tube station, Wandsworth has enviable transport links to central London. Frequent trains run from Wandsworth Town to London Waterloo and from Wandsworth Common into London Victoria. Trains stop at Vauxhall for connections to the Victoria line tube. For those seeking to travel further afield, Gatwick Airport is just 45 minutes away by train.

The area is well served by buses with routes covering the local area and central London. Wandsworth is convenient for cyclists, with many cycle routes around the area. Several Santander Cycles docking stations are dotted around Wandsworth.

Wandsworth is full of things to do, especially with its attractive green spaces and commons. Wandsworth Common is at the district’s heart and is well-used by residents. The park has wide open spaces, a duck pond, children’s play area and a nice café. Wandsworth Park, with its avenue of plane trees, is also popular. There are riverside walks, both along the River Thames and River Wandle.

There are plenty of options for indoor entertainment as well, with the expansive Gravity centre hosting go-karting, bowling, immersive game box, mini-golf and more. Wandsworth also hosts the Tara Theatre, Theatre 503 and Battersea Arts Centre, which put on a range of shows and performances throughout the year.


Patrick Rampton

Company Director

Joel Baseley MBE

Company Director

Rupert Nicholson MRICS

Director - Wandsworth

Annabel Hay

Associate Director

Bella Vevers MNAEA

Head of Sales - Earlsfield

Maartje Reilly MNAEA

Sales Negotiator

Shannon Holgate MARLA

Associate - Lettings

Property Valuation

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