The roads in this area are mainly Victorian terraced homes. This is not surprising as the name ‘Earlsfield’ comes from a Victorian mansion. This mansion used to be in Allfarthing Lane, but is now demolished. Up until the railway was built in 1884 there were very few properties in this area. Sixteen years later the majority of streets were full of terraced homes.

London borough of Wandsworth

The above link takes you to the Wandsworth conservation area page. Here you are able to search whether your home is in a conservation area. There are two ways of doing this, the first is to view a map of the borough. This has the borough laid out showing which areas are conservation areas and by following that link there is more information. Or you can go onto the online map which maps out the conservation area, listed buildings and tree preservation orders. You can search for your postcode.

To contact someone in your borough for more information you can either,


Phone: 020 8871 7620, the duty planner service which is available Monday-Friday 9am-1pm

Phone: 020 8871 6000, the general number for Wandsworth council

Or visit:, the Wandsworth council home page

Fortis & Hooke offers a full range of sash window services in Earlsfield. We can assist with the following:

Our surveyor would be delighted to explain our range of services in more detail to you during a no-obligation survey of your windows.