Reed Place is a rarity in Clapham, as it is one of only a couple of school conversions. The properties here are surrounded by a wall that runs around the perimeter of these flats, with two secure gates that are worked via fobs. There is off-street parking here for residents, and also some small communal gardens to enjoy.
The properties here are an array of flat sizes, all with an extremely clever use of space. The general rule of thumb is they are extremely light due to large windows, and the architecture nods to the original school itself, having kept the brickwork and communal areas. Many of the properties make use of mezzanine levels which offer a feeling of loft style apartments. The properties tend to have a modern and spacious feel to them, and you’ll often find exposed brickwork and sleek hard lines within the properties. It's a quirky and alternative option of accommodation, and very popular with both young professionals and families.
The street is conveniently situated right behind Clapham High Street, which allows access to any one of three main transport links: the Northern line options of Clapham North or Clapham Common, the Overground option at Clapham High Street which goes from Clapham Junction via Surrey Quays through to Wapping and Shadwell. There are also various bus routes in and out of central London.
On the walk to Clapham High Street you'll stumble across lots of local amenities. There are two supermarkets, three gyms, and a whole host of coffee shops, pubs/bars and restaurants that will cater for every need. The properties make for excellent investments as they continue improve in terms of equity and rental prices too.
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