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Wandsworth common is a well to do common in Wandsworth, south London. It is close to Clapham common and Wandsworth Common railway station. It is wholly in the London borough of Wandsworth. Houses on the Wandsworth (SW18) side are in the what is know as the Toast Rack and are large upper-middle class Victoria Semis and Detached homes in the 2m-4/5m bracket, some with blue plaques denoting (...)
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