Stockwell Bathroom Installation & Fitting
Stockwell largely acts as an extension to our Clapham patch which is the home of Burgess Bathrooms and houses our office. As with Clapham, Stockwell has seen a large influx of families and professionals in recent years requiring high end bathrooms, but at affordable prices. Many of our clients, whether landlords or professionals are looking for inexpensive refreshes to their bathrooms, with designer brands and touches that will add value when they decide to move on and sell their property.
Top 3 Popular Stockwell Bathroom Styles
- Simple Bathroom Refurbishments – Stockwell has seen a lot of redevelopment in recent years. As such a lot of theStockwell bathroom refurbishments we are asked to complete are simple like-for-like refurbishments that don’t require any structural work. As such many of our clients are working on very tight budgets, making our fitting only service very popular. Our clients want the quality fit of a Burgess Bathroom installation but are happy to project manage elements of the job themselves.
- Creating Stylish Ensuites – Popular with house sharers, our bathroom fitters are often asked by landlords or young professionalsto install small ensuites in existing bedrooms. This improves the functionality of the property for the occupiers and often improves rental yield and the value of the property. Simple, but luxury fixtures and fittings are key to creating the wow factor, with many young professionals looking for certain bathroom brands as an indicator of quality. Get in touch with us today for advice if you are looking to install a new bathroom ensuite.
- Simple Second Bathrooms – Popular with families, we are often asked to refresh tired second bathrooms to create a contemporary, stylish bathroom but on a budget. Many of our clients tell us they don’t use their second bathroom much and are thus simply looking to bring it into the 21st century. This is where our designers come into their own. Knowing the wow factor products that don’t break the bank we are able to install designer bathrooms at high street prices.
Stockwell Property Style & History
Until the 19th century, Stockwell was a rural manor on the edge of London and technically forming part of Surrey, with market and botanical gardens with the epicentere of St Stephen’s church. It wasn’t until the 19th century that it developed into an elegant, middle class suburb. The second world war hit Stockwell hard, with many of the historic buildings being destroyed. The area around Stockwell tube had to be completely rebuilt in the 1920s, with much of it then having to be re-housed in 1971 when the Victoria line was created.
Transport From Stockwell
Tube: Stockwell station is on both the Victoria and Northern Line, linking the area to Moorgate in 15 minutes.
Rail: Thameslink services run through Clapham High Street station which is just a short walk away.
Bus: Stockwell is well served for buses, with routes 44 (Victoria), 67 (Kingston), 77 (Waterloo), 345 (Elephant & Castle), and 355 (Brixton) all passing through the area. There are also several night buses available.
Cycle: Stockwell is on the CS7 cycle superhighway, creating a fast route into the city.
Road: Stockwell is incredibly well connected by Road, following the northern line route and with the South Coast just an hour and a half away.
Getting away: Gatwick and Heathrow airports are less than an hour away by road or public transport.