Crescent House is a gated development situated on picturesque Crescent Lane in Clapham’s treasured conservation area. Dating back to 1937, the site was originally used for the Union of Post Office Workers and still stands today as a striking example of Edwardian architecture; showcasing a classic, crescent shape and a grand, manor house-style entrance, paired with arched windows and feature brickwork. The main façade and wings have been preserved and extensively refurbished to their former glory, whilst the central section of Crescent House has been newly built.
This prestigious development – awarded the illustrious Green Plaque by the Clapham Society and shortlisted for the ‘Evening Standard Building of the Year Award’ – houses 36 refined one, two and three bedroom apartments, including two luxurious penthouses, as well as charming communal grounds and private parking. Residents of this exclusive SW4 address can enjoy the best of both worlds: a peaceful abode on a quiet, tree-lined thoroughfare, plus easy access to vibrant Clapham and fast connections to the rest of London.
Clapham is a cosmopolitan district with a very distinctive personality. From ultra-trendy bars and quirky boutiques to farmers’ markets and its very own independent arthouse cinema, there is no doubt that this has become one of the most popular places to see and be seen in South London. Clapham is also home to Clapham Common – a luscious, 220-acre area of flourishing parkland. Boasting three scenic ponds and the oldest bandstand in Europe, the Common is bordered by magnificent Georgian and Victorian mansions, and quaint Clapham Old Town.
Clapham Common Tube station is less than 10 minutes’ walk away from Crescent House, providing fast connections to London’s financial district, the West End and South Bank.
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