Stockwell was just a few houses around a village green up until the early 1800s. Stockwell Park became an exclusive early Victorian neighbourhood with many imposing villas in the 1830s. Stockwell now has a diverse townscape that includes several conservation areas and fine listed buildings like St Micheal's Church (Stockwell Park Road – 1840) and Stockwell Bus Garage (Landsdowne Way – 1854).
Although there are a fair amount of period conversions, many of the stunning period town houses in Stockwell have yet to be converted into apartments. There are a lot of cheap ex-council flats on offer in the area around the underground station.
Stockwell has a park, and several cafés and bars on the cheaper end of the spectrum.
Stockwell has immense potential for new development and is a prime area for modern living due to its excellent transport links and close proximity to Victoria and Central London.
Property Prices in Stockwell
Property prices for sale in Stockwell (SW9) for;
One Bedroom at £ 325,000
Two Bedroom at £ 475,000
Three/Four bedroom at £ 650,000
Five bedrooms at £ 1,750,000
Property prices for rent in SW9 average for
One bedroom at £ 300 Per Week
Two bedroom at £ 350 Per Week
Three Bedroom at £485 Per Week
Four Bedroom at £600 Per Week
Five Bedrooms at £750 Per Week
- Property to buy in Stockwell
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