Superb Development Of Five Prestigious Two And Three Bed Houses Clapham London
For sale is this impressive Freehold development of five prestigious two or three-bedroom houses – each with its own distinctive style and character – built around a secure, tranquil landscaped courtyard in the heart of cosmopolitan Clapham.
Hallmark of quality
Meticulous care and attention has gone into the design of these contemporary living spaces, with their airy and bright interiors. Quality materials – notably wooden windows, high grade dark oak flooring and marble finish bathrooms – are the hallmark of the exceptional properties, which combine bespoke style with functionality.
High energy efficiency
The five houses are fitted to a high specification. Throughout, they are designed to deliver stunning good looks combined with high energy efficiency. Double glazing, LED lighting and under floor heating combine to ensure effective operational performance and acceptable maintenance costs. And all properties are equipped with satellite dishes, Freeview and connections to Sky and an internet network.
Gated courtyard community
Prescott Yard offers its residents a secure gated community, complete with discreet bicycle stand and parcel drop store. Each property is equipped with window locks throughout and an entry phone linked to video entry and alarm system.
Unusual in the heart of London, the development also benefits from its own delightfully secluded 158 square metres of shared amenity space. The houses are arranged around a tranquil cobbled courtyard garden ¬- complete with a 72 square metre bespoke living wall, mature trees and shrubs – that was designer-landscaped by award winning Scotscape, the most experienced ‘living green’ specialists in the UK.
HOUSE 22A – immaculate interiors create a light, bright living space in this three-bedroom house – the largest in the development – that delivers the ultimate in contemporary style.
HOUSE 22 – A compact two-bedroom property that makes the best use of its 86-square
metres of integrated urban living space, fitted and decorated to a high standard
finish across the two storeys.
HOUSE 20 – This deceptively spacious 115 square metre property offers a discrete living
room separated from the kitchen and dining area by a bespoke glass screen, with vaulted ceilings to the two light bedrooms above.
HOUSE 18 – Neat spatial design and high-quality minimalist interiors are the hallmark of
these 116 square metres two-bedroom house that enjoys the tranquillity of
Prescott Yard’s secluded courtyard garden.
HOUSE 16 – Stylish first floor loft living tops a master bedroom leading on to its own
private green space, in this air conditioned two-bedroom house that makes
clever use of its 166 square metres over three storeys.
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Airport – Gatwick 1 hr
About the Area:
Clapham embodies vibrant urban village living with Clapham embodies vibrant urban village living with Old Town heritage and green space calm – all close to Chelsea, The City, and to Westminster and the new American Embassy in Vauxhall.
Prescott Yard is set in the heart of Clapham’s flourishing 21st century urban village. Just steps away in Clapham Old Town, Georgian Terraces rub shoulders with speciality food shops, fusion restaurants and the bustling Saturday Venn Street Market. Galleries, an Art Centre and arthouse cinema make for a cosmopolitan cultural scene.
Close by, Clapham Common offers 220-acres of tranquil green space, with three ponds, extensive sports and leisure facilities and London’s largest Victorian bandstand!
Great transport links:
The distance to London airports from this development is: City 11 miles; Gatwick 24 miles; Heathrow 16 miles. Clapham has three Tube stations on the Northern Line. Closest to Prescott Yard are Clapham Common and Clapham North, with trains to The City and West End. Or for the West End, take the Northern Line and change at Stockwell for the Victoria Line. Overground, Clapham High Street and Wandsworth Road stations have trains to Shoreditch High Street for The City, and Canada Water – just one stop on the Jubilee Line to Canary Wharf. Clapham High Street also connects to Clapham Junction, Europe’s busiest station. The 137 bus heads north to Battersea Park and on across the River Thames to Chelsea and Marble Arch; the No 88 bus runs to the West End take the Northern Line and change at Stockwell for the Victoria Line. Overground, Clapham High Street and Wandsworth Road stations have trains to Shoreditch High Street for The City, and Canada Water – just one stop on the Jubilee Line to Canary Wharf. Clapham High Street also connects to Clapham Junction, Europe’s busiest station. The 137 bus heads north to Battersea Park and on across the River Thames to Chelsea and Marble Arch; the No 88 bus runs to Vauxhall, Westminster, Oxford Circus and Camden. Clapham is on the A3 that connects London to the south and is a quick link to the M25, M3 and M4 motorways.
Clapham is well-served with artisan food specialists and boutiques, while for an elegant shopping destination with designer brands and world renowned stores head to Sloane Square, Knightsbridge and the King’s Road.
For cyclists, the London Cycle Superhighway 7 runs alongside Clapham Common on its route from Merton to The City. Green space Clapham Common is a green oasis, two minutes from Prescott Yard. Or explore Battersea Park, the Grade ii* Historic Park and Garden on the south bank of the Thames. it faces The Royal Hospital Chelsea, home to the annual Chelsea Flower Show.
in the late 18th century, the Clapham Sect led by William Wilberforce met in Holy Trinity Church and campaigned to abolish the slave trade. Three of London’s deep level WW2 air raid shelters lie 33 metres below the streets of Clapham. Today, one is used to grow fresh micro greens and salad leaves for M&S, using the latest LED technology.