Clapham Common North Side is the road the Northside of Clapham Common from Clapham Common tube across to Battersea Rise which takes you thought to Clapham Junction and Northcote Road,
One side of the road is solely dedicated to the common itself.
The common tends to be used by locals for various sporting and social activities including team sports, BMF boot camps, and runners as well SW4 and other festivals in the summer months.
There is a selection of stunning mansion blocks at the east end of the road, many of which still maintain stunning period features on their facades.
There are also plenty of Victorian houses and even some that have been converted into flats.
A feature of the road is many residents have taken too private driveways which block out both traffic and the noise with it being an A road.
The architect Charles Barry, who designed the Houses of Parliament, lived and died in the building which is now known as Trinity Hospice.
Around half way down the street there is École de WIX Primary School - a highly sought after primary school in the area of Clapham.
The road itself is part of the A3 which is direct route out of the South West of London and down toward Portsmouth, it is also a red route.
A highly sought after road due to location between tube/train stations but also ease of use to get out of London if required.
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