Coda residents can enjoy proximity to London’s best qualities – great transport, expansive green spaces, chic shops and restaurants, world-class culture and of course, the timeless Thames. Sophisticated Chelsea is just across the river to the north, while the vibrant new quarter of Nine Elms on the South Bank is close by.
Coda’s location offers all the benefits of exciting London, combined with a welcoming neighbourhood feel. Residents can take relaxing walks to Battersea Park, Clapham and Wandsworth Commons, or take a quick train ride into the heart of the city, from nearby Clapham Junction. The surrounding area is ideal for weekend wandering and local culture, just head to Battersea Square, Northcote Road, St John’s Hill or Old York Road to enjoy relaxing brunches, artisan products and unique shopping.
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Battersea Square attracts locals for its mix of culture, food and lifestyle, with a combination of international names like Gordon Ramsay and London specialists like Gail’s Bakery, along with a range of homegrown favourites such as gastropubs, brasseries and shops.
Towards Clapham Common, Northcote Road offers stylish shopping and café culture, with a buzzing daily market, an enticing range of restaurants and bars, plus the famed antiques market.
St John’s Hill
Whether for a yoga class, a visit to a unique museum, a cup of artisan coffee or a cosy pub lunch, St John’s Hill offers everything for a relaxed but refined weekend, as well as a range of shops and services for everyday errands.
Old York Road
Old York Road has a little bit of everything: restaurants and cafés for every palate, homeware and décor stores, health and beauty treatments, florists and a gallery, as well as a much-loved annual street party.
The local area has a wealth of green space that most Londoners can only dream of. Nearby are popular local parks such as York Gardens and Meyrick Gardens, while Wandsworth and Clapham Commons combine the peacefulness of generous lawns, ponds, lake and tree-lined avenues with more active pursuits, including fitness trails, tennis courts, cricket pitches and adventure playgrounds.
The wide expanses of Battersea Park date back to the 19th Century, when it used to be a popular spot for dueling. Now, the 320-acre park retains its historic charm with a bandstand and fountain, as well as more recent additions such as the water park, Pump House Gallery, sports pitches and public artworks.