Wandsworth Town, administrative centre of the London Borough of Wandsworth, the largest London borough, is an affluent neighbourhood attracting a high proportion of professionals and company directors and a higher than average number of families with 0-4 year old children.
It is serviced by Wandsworth Town, Wandsworth Common and Earlsfield rail stations, a 12 minute ride from Victoria and Waterloo stations and provides easy access to areas of Surrey. It is also just one stop away from Balham on the Northern line.
As far as nightlife is concerned, there are a number of clubs such as the Wandsworth Palais, Citizen and Liquid Nightclubs providing live music and comedy as well as Tara Arts providing theatre productions in various venues, concerts and exhibitions all largely situated in or around Garratt Lane. Wandsworth also has its own cinema, Cineworld.
If gourmet cooking is your preference, you can take your pick from some of the best French and British restaurants in London. In May, the Wandsworth Arts Festival is held at various venues showing art exhibitions, theatre and live music and you can laze on the Common in the summer by the duck pond, play tennis and football or take the children to the play area. Local primary schools have also been graded as excellent and there is a wide range of available play and arts and crafts facilities.