Set within a prime location, in vibrant Clapham, and within 20 minutes easy reach of the West End, this stunning two bedroom mews apartment offers fantastic interior design, magnificent lofted reception room and roof terrace.
The apartment building is one of the original remaining piano factories in England dating back to 1890, and has retained a lot of the original charm with high vaulted ceilings and exposed brick work.
The property comprises generous reception room, fully equipped kitchen, ample master bedroom with walk in wardrobes and en suite bathroom, further bedroom, shower room, study, large decked roof terrace.
The mews house is situated within a secure gated community, and also comes with its own off street parking.
A five minute walk to Clapham Common Underground Station enables quick access to the Jubilee line and Northern lines. It is also a 15 minute walk from Clapham Junction train station, with direct connections to Gatwick airport, Hampton Court Palace, Windsor Castle, and Waterloo train station connecting many country regions including the Cotswolds.
Clapham Common is one of the most desirable areas to live in London; its wide open park space makes an ideal picnic spot in summer or for those of you who are a little more energetic, a great place for a run. The High Street hosts numerous restaurants, fashionable cafes, and boutiques, as well as typical English gastro pubs.
Northcote Road, which runs south from Clapham Junction between the two Commons, has a wide choice of lovely bars, restaurants, and one-off shops. There are bustling vintage and antique shops to explore, and a market on Saturdays with fresh produce and some clothes stalls. There are also direct buses to Chelsea's King's Road and Knightsbridge (for Harrods) if you fancy some serious shopping! Clapham really has something for everyone! You will no doubt enjoy this fantastic area of London.
Clapham is a hub of activity, with a great range of restaurants, busy bars and cafes. On the high street, there is everything for an evening out, from steakhouses, to clubs, to independent cinemas, and many bars in between. Venn Street, near the Common, is a cobbled side street and home to Venn St Records, a quirky bar with a relaxed vibe and live music and restaurants with many different types of food.
Head to Clapham Common in the summer for a picnic or towards Clapham Junction there is another fantastic collection of eateries and drinking spots. Popular chains such as Vodka Revolutions doesn’t take away from the many one-off bars in the area, and on Saturdays you’ll find market stalls and antique markets to explore. Stroll along Northcote Road and you’ll find many trendy bars and restaurants, including The Bank in a beautiful period building, and upmarket boutiques as well as gelato shops, delicatessens and many upmarket interior design shops.
Clapham is a popular area for those in their twenties and early thirties, as well as families, with many large Victorian townhouses and both Clapham and Wandsworth Commons nearby. The neighbourhood known as ‘Between the Commons’ is home to some lovely family homes. Nearby Clapham Junction is a large transport hub, with direct trains to Victoria and central London as well as to Gatwick Airport and other parts of the UK.
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