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 public house, which still gives its name to this iconic site.
This particular apartment measures 923 sq ft and delivers a truly unique experience, with two bedrooms, one bathroom and an incredible open-plan living space with vaulted ceilings, all complimented with a contemporary finish.
This historical site dates back to the mid 1500s. Situated in Wandsworth, London, surrounded by delightful green leafy suburbs, Langridge House has been designed within The Ram Quarter’s iconic listed building that offers a very modern style
Prior to the apartments’ construction, it was previously hidden behind the brewery walls the River Wandle that have been brought to life next to an open courtyard, that offers a range of restaurant’s, cafes and shops.
Every mode of transport with well connected from tubes to trains, planes, buses and boats. There are frequent direct trains running to Waterloo within minutes, to not mention the fast river bus which takes you into the City, and buses available both day and night. For those heading further afield, Heathrow, Gatwick and London City Airport are reachable within an hour.
Square Footage: 923 sq ft