Take a look at Clapham, home to Abbeville Place, a brand new development offering 41 high spec one and two-bedroom apartments a stone’s throw from Clapham Common and Abbeville Village, one of South West London’s most sought-after spots. Nestled among Abbeville Village’s beautiful residential streets are a parade of independent shops, eateries and drinking establishments. From Gail’s artisan bakery, Ginger Pig butchers, MacFarlane’s fromagerie, Cook’s handmade dishes, and Bottle Apostle’s wine and craft beers to Kerbisher & Malt’s fish and chips, No. 33 and La Bonne Heure’s delicious cuisines, and the popular Abbeville pub – you’ll enjoy village life in the heart of London.
From pop-ups in Brixton to Michelin restaurants and cool bars on Clapham High Street, through to Riverside walks in Battersea and boutique shops on Northcote Road, South West London has become a hot spot for young professionals. Enjoy Latin American cocktails at Barrio Brixton, sample a selection of small plates at Counter Culture in Clapham, listen to live music at Northcote Records, or relax in the Windmill Pub’s beer garden with a burger and a pint after a stroll through Clapham Common.
If you feel like staying local, Clapham is one of the capital’s most desirable locations with a wide choice of trendy bars, restaurants and shops. Its common has become a mecca for sports enthusiasts with an all-weather games area, tennis courts, netball and basketball courts, bowling greens and grass pitches for football, rugby and softball. Or you can kick back, relax and enjoy a sunny evening with a book or glass of wine.