History of The 1840, St George’s Gardens
The hospital first opened in June 1841 on a site originally owned by Henry Perkins, a wealthy brewer and partner in the firm of Barclay and Perkins. It was built to the designs of William Moseley, County Surveyor for Middlesex, but over time has been adapted and extended. The site’s two Grade II listed buildings — the Main Building and the Elizabeth Newton Wing — lie within a Grade II Registered Park and Garden. The late-C19 Chapel and parish boundary posts are locally listed by Wandsworth Borough Council.
Residents of The 1840, St George's Gardens enjoy 5.2 acres of private garden, providing a tranquil escape in the heart of London, as well as a beautifully restored central courtyard and landscaped open spaces where residents can unwind and relax.
Boutique Communal Rooms
There will be a selection of boutique communal rooms at The 1840, St George's Gardens, where residents can unwind and enjoy the beautiful views of the surrounding parkland. *Image is indicative.
Residents benefit from a friendly on-site concierge service, providing a sense security and a well-managed environment as well as a Simplisafe wireless homes security system incorporated into every apartment.
Secure parking is sold with properties at The 1840, St George's Gardens with a limited number of Electrical car charging points also available . There is also ample on-site bike storage provided too. *Image is indicative.
City & Country is restoring and converting The 1840 St George’s Gardens, an impressive Grade II listed building and former Springfield Hospital, into stylish character homes. The 1840 will comprise of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom conversion apartments with beautiful and restored original detailing, surrounded by glorious landscaping. The 1840 is situated in South West London, and will soon be home to approximately 250 beautiful new homes – securing the important landmark’s long-term and viable future.
Residents will have access to extensive open and elegantly landscaped grounds. In addition, the redevelopment of the site includes a 32-acre public park, land for a brand new school, improved local transport services, community shops and a café.
Food & Drink
Aussie inspired neighbourhood café, nested in colourful Tooting market, offering high quality coffee, delicious brunch & lunch menu and open Friday and Saturday nights for beers and cocktails.
Independent espresso room based in Wandsworth, serving artisan coffee, loose-leaf tea, freshly squeezed juices, smoothies as well as homemade cakes, pastries and vegetarian and vegan sandwiches.
A friendly neighbourhood gastropub located in Tooting, serving freshly prepared food made with locally sourced produce.Disclaimer
The 1840, South West London – Launching May 2021
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