One of those London neighbourhoods that doesn’t have “a typical type.” You’ll find rich, poor, British and non-british, young professionals and council tenants.
The views of the river and especially of Battersea Power Station, which is just across the bank.
The Regency Cafe, along Regency Street, is a traditional British cafe built in the Art Deco style. It was used as a location for films like Layer Cake, Brighton Rock and Pride. Perfect for English Bre
Although still mostly rich, the area has a quiet feel whilst retaining a few normal streets, shop and cafes. As there's only one way in and out, it can feel slightly isolated at times.