Mapleton Crescent SW18
Wandsworth

53 one bedroom Pocket homes in Wandsworth

What's inside

Each Pocket flat is built to our award-winning design specification, making the best use of all available space and incorporating features which perfectly fit the way London city makers live today.

38sqm one bedroom apartment

What's outside

Designed by architects Metropolitan Workshop, the slender 27-storey building has striking green glazed-terracotta tiles. Arranged around a unique triangular core, some of the homes overlook the gently flowing River Wandle while others offer panoramic views across London. There are 53 one bedroom Pocket homes on floors 1 to 11 (with 36 two and three bedroom open market Pocket Edition homes higher up).

Features:

• Conveniently located in the middle of Wandsworth

• Landscaped roof terrace on the 24th floor with uninterrupted views across London for all residents to enjoy

• Double height entrance lobby with reception desk, parcel storage, comfortable seating area and workspace

• Indoor residents’ lounge overlooking the River Wandle with workspace

• Plenty of secure cycle storage for all who need it, as well as kit lockers and a bike repair station


The neighbourhood

Mapleton Crescent SW18 is located in leafy Wandsworth, beside the River Wandle and a short walk from the River Thames. There are a whole host of lovely pubs, dinner spots, shops, cinemas and sports facilities right on the doorstep. Just a short walk from local train and tube stations, Mapleton Crescent SW18 has great connections into central London and out to the Surrey Hills.

 

Context picture for Pocket development: Mapleton Crescent SW18, Wandsworth

Getting into town

Mapleton Crescent SW18 is less than 10 minutes’ walk from Wandsworth Town Station and has good links to London’s growing network of safe cycling routes. Hop on your bike and you can be in Clapham Junction in 10 minutes and Victoria in 30 minutes.

Eligibility

  • Live or work in the borough
  • First time buyer
  • Earn under the Mayor of London’s income threshold for affordable housing

What you need to do

If you fit the bill based upon the 3 eligibility criteria above, you could be on your way to owning a Pocket home, but first:

  1. Register for your My Pocket account

    Make sure you’ve created a My Pocket account as the process of buying a Pocket home is managed online.
  2. Complete an affordability assessment

    In order to progress with purchasing a Pocket home you need an approved affordability assessment from Censeo, our suggested Independent Mortgage Advisor (IMA).
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  3. Viewing day

    Once we receive your approved affordability assessment, you will be able to book in a viewing through My Pocket.
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  4. Expression of Interest [EOI]

    If you like what you see at the viewing, submit an EOI
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Dates

Our first round of viewings have taken place and the next viewing dates are still TBC. Please check back soon.