There are just a handful of apartments remaining for sale at the Clapham One development which was developed by United House & Cathedral Group.
This impressive new architectural landmark in south London which reaches 12 storeys at its highest point has proved extremely popular with homebuyers, reflected by the scheme's sales success.
The development features 136 stylish new one- and two-bedroom apartments offering breathtaking views across London. The residential units consist of Villeroy & Boch fixtures and ceramic floor tiles in the bathrooms, while Siemens or Bosch appliances and mirrored splashbacks can be found in the kitchens.
The development also includes of a new spiral library for Lambeth council and health centre which can be found on the ground floor facing the high street. Additionally, a café will soon be opened at the front of the library.
The oval library, which is very much at the centre of this scheme, is a welcome addition to Clapham High Street. It winds around a 10metre-high central atrium and contains over 20,000 books and various meeting rooms. In its centre is the children's library, which doubles as a community hall and venue for events, concerts, parties among a host of other activities.
The Library Building is not only a striking new construction, but it is also the tallest in the area, which was previously dominated by Victorian houses and converted apartments. The scheme is very much at the heart of the rapid transformation taking place in SW4, which is packed with chic new shops, restaurants and bars.