Rich and white: the area is now sometimes known as a little Chelsea. Most people are hard-workers, high-earners.
One of the cats or dogs at Battersea's 150-year-old Dogs & Cats Home. They never aim to turn away an animal in need, so currently care for around 5,000 dogs and 3,000 cats a year.
Battersea Power Station is world famous. It was on the cover with a flying pig on Pink Floyd's album Animals and has been used on screen by Doctor Who, Monty Python and Alfred Hitchcock.
A bit isolated and quite suburban for Zone 2, expect it to be peaceful, classy and full of good restaurants and the odd charming little pub.