In the heart of Battersea, minutes from well-connected Clapham Junction and a short stroll from the 200 green acres of Clapham Common, lies Bakery Place. Enter via a private gate and you’ll discover a peaceful cobbled courtyard, unchanged since its first life as an industrious Victorian bakery.

Working with some of London’s most dynamic and creative architectural and interior design practices, Bakery Place has been sympathetically transformed. With a brief to maximise the modern and optimise the original, its character and charm has been painstakingly preserved, creating luxurious and truly individual mews houses and apartments.
 

 
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Original glazed brickwork, corbeled cast iron columns and timber sleeper beams, make Bakery Place a unique architectural gem. The interiors exude an understated, industrial-chic elegance, akin to a Manhattan loft, with vaulted ceilings, brickwork walls, polished concrete and limed oak floors.

But it’s the discreet, private location and feeling of serenity that makes Bakery Place so special; a quiet sanctuary amidst the hustle and bustle of one of the most vibrant, green and convenient places in London.