Six impressive new buildings form Phase One of London's most exciting new development. Residents will benefit from shared gardens, views of the river, and dining and shopping on their doorstep.
Shoreham Gardens comprises a range of apartments across nine floors. Whilst surrounding private residents' gardens, the western elevation overlooks the main boulevard, whilst the northern elevation gains views towards The Stables.
Ram Quarter has many treasures. The Stables, as seen from Shoreham Gardens, are one of them. This listed building housed the brewery's working horses and was still used for local delivery until 2007.
Wandle Gardens is the largest building within Phase 1. Surrounding private residents' gardens, the western elevation faces the River Wandle whilst the eastern elevation faces the boulevard.
The building name is derived from the River Wandle that runs through the heart of Ram Quarter. Hidden for centuries, this important part of the river contributes to the site's unique character and heritage.
Langridge House is one of the smaller buildings and comprises 12 private apartments across three floors. Situated at the northern end of the boulevard, the apartments have views over the piazza and towards The Stables.
In 1576, Humphrey Langridge was recorded as being a beer-brewer at Wandsworth. He was landlord of The Ram Inn public house, which gave its name to this iconic site.
Draper's Yard consists of three separate buildings, with architecture reflecting the site's heritage and views towards the River Wandle.
Draper's Yard is named after Somerset and Humphrey Draper, owners of the brewery from 1670. The brothers wouldn't recognise much today, except maybe the familiar flavour of a pint from the on-site nanobrewery.
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