Nestled in the London Borough of Wandsworth is the area of Earlsfield. This area is a typical London suburb that comprises mostly of residential Victorian terraced homes. With great transport into Central London it a great area for commuters and families to live.
Earlsfield has everything that families and professionals are looking for in a neighbourhood. With breath-taking properties close to Wandsworth Common and close to Wimbledon Park. With this, we’ve fitted numerous projects of our made to measure interior window shutters in the Earlsfield area. We’re always on the lookout to help people with their windows if they’re looking for an option to help them get back a little more control over the natural light in their home. Or, maybe they’re after something to help save some vital space, our wooden shutters are perfect for that. Or if you’re also looking for something a little different to make your home stand out. Whether it’s green, burgundy or something in between, our custom colour match offerings can really make your shutters break away from the rest.
Over the years, we’ve seen the area thrive more and more people moving to the area, allowing the area to thrive more than ever. The growth in this borough has enabled Plantation to offer our services more and in more exciting ways. We are constantly exploring new and interesting styles and choices with our clients throughout Wandsworth.
Earlsfield has a busy High Street with an abundance of restaurants, cafes and shops. Garret Lane is also home to the cross-cultural theatre company Tara Arts and the Tara Theatre. Opened in 2007, the space plays host to local and national companies as well as staging its own productions. Earlsfield Station also provides access to central London on just 12 minutes. The River Wandle flows roughly parallel to Garret Lane and provides a lovely walk towards Wandsworth Town.
During the 17th and 18th Centuries the area was industrialised with numerous mills along the River Wandle and in the early 19th century, Earlsfield welcomed London’s first railway known as the horse-drawn Surrey Iron Railway. This area was once a working-class area of Wandsworth, though several developments have been and still are being developed. Notably the Olympian Homes development between the station and the library. Author Louis de Bernières lived here while writing Captain Corelli’s Mandolin. Also, his book and play Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World pays homage to the diverse community of Earlsfield.
If you look to our news page, you’ll be able to see endless examples of how we’ve helped many people throughout the Earlsfield area as well as far beyond the borough with their windows. Have a look at a few examples of this in our shutter gallery.