The Ram Quarter is set in the grounds of the old Young’s Brewery in Wandsworth. The new development maintains the heritage by incorporating the brewery’s iconic listed buildings. The 3 phases of the mixed-use development are due to offer 713 apartments across 8 acres with the River Wandle flowing through the scheme. Phase 1 is now complete and ready for occupation.
There will be a mixture of studios, one beds, two beds, three beds and four bed duplexes. The West facing apartments benefit from views of the city from their large balconies or terraces and the river.
The residents of the Ram Quarter will enjoy a 24-hour concierge service, private residents garden and the use of the retail space located onsite. The development is located near good transport links, Wandsworth Town station is a 400m from the site, approx. 4-minute walk, and provides easily accessible and efficient service to London’s mainline stations, the West End and the City. With journey times of 15 minutes on the over ground to Waterloo station, 25 minutes to Oxford Circus, 30 Minutes to Bank and 35 minutes to Canary Wharf.
New Release | Langridge House
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.