Mapleton Crescent SW18 by Pocket Living
Having lived in South West London (SW3 and SW6 between 2003 and 2011) and as an owner of a flat in the up and coming Sands End near Chelsea Harbour, I have become quite familiar with an area that spans all the way to Wandsworth to the South and Putney to the West. There's no denying that both have changed considerably in the last 10 years with the a new generation of buyers who want to live in London and enjoy the proximity to large shopping centres like the King's Road and Westfield in Shepherd's Bush.
Today's post will introduce you to an exciting new development by Pocket Living, Mapleton Crescent, in the heart of SW18. But first, let's talk about the area.
Wandsworth residents can enjoy access to large parks like Wandsworth Common and King George's Park, while Richmond Park is only a short drive away and Wimbledon Park (and the village) are easily reached on bike.
With good transport links and the A214 taking you straight into Fulham (or to the nearest IKEA in Croydon, 30 min drive away), good schools and a variety of trendy cafes and restaurants, it is the place to be investing in. And having looked extensively to the north, east and SW London over a period of time, it is in my personal view one of the best places to live in London.