Phase 1 now 100% sold
Phase 2 available

The perfect place to live in one of London's most vibrant locations

Leon House is one of the UK’s finest surviving examples of mid 20th century modernist architecture.

Now, Leon House is being remade, revealing the original sculptured interiors and creating spacious, light-filled apartments.

On the roof will be a residents’ sky garden and private dining room, with spectacular views.

Within the double height lobby a concierge welcomes you to the residents’ lounge and co-working space.

Leon House

Specification

Individually designed apartments for urban living by niche interior design company Love Interiors, maximising space and light, and enjoying unrivalled views through floor-to-ceiling windows in all living areas and bedrooms. 

Living Space

Every aspect of each apartment has been designed by Love Interiors who worked with the form and function of the building to keep interiors clean, modern and clutter-free using quality materials like oak flooring and specialist ceramics.

Compared to other modern developments, room sizes are generous which, together with high ceilings and large windows, gives wonderful light and space in your new home.

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Kitchen

The kitchen in your apartment is designed with all the high spec, built-in appliances you need to make life simple and stylish. They include a Bosch electronic oven and induction hob, integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher.

Whether you’re fixing a quick snack or a culinary feast for four, the kitchen has been arranged for efficiency and practicality, using quality finishes throughout. 

Kitchen & Dining Room Space

Bathroom & Ensuites

Designer bathrooms offer hotel-like luxury with Laufen ceramic sanitaryware and bespoke vanity units.

Vertically-laid wall tiles in matt grey, plus ceramic floor tiles in dark grey, set the subtle tone.

All timber and panelling are also in shades of matt or eggshell grey. Sparkling white sanitaryware provides the perfect contrast.

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Bedroom

With floor-to-ceiling double glazed windows and soft, cut pile carpets, your bedroom is quiet, warm and luxurious right to the tips of your toes.

Subtle matt finishes to walls and ceiling, and eggshell finish to all exposed woodwork, continue the contemporary look and feel. A walk-in wardrobe area in every apartment offers you clutter-free living.

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Concierge

The concierge is your personal go-to for all those extras you’d rather leave to somebody else. The service can take care of your post and deliveries, they can arrange your private dining room hire and book a meeting room. The concierge service also includes round-the-clock CCTV security.

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Co-working space

Within the double height lobby, a modern co-working space has been designed to bring the office closer to home, if needs be. With free Wi-Fi and a bookable meeting room Leon House is designed to help with your work/life balance.

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Sky garden

The sky garden is a shared space for connecting with the community, meeting up with neighbours or winding down in the perfect setting. 

Beautifully decked and then furnished with raised plant beds, walled greenery, relaxed seating and all flooded with natural light – this is sophisticated living at its most desirable.

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News & updates

Leon House recognised with First Time Buyer award

Recognition given to Leon House for innovative project.

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Help to Buy available for Leon House

The Help to Buy London scheme is available on our 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Find out if

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Leon House Phase 1 100% Sold, Phase 2 Available

Exciting progress made since November 2017 launch.

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Leon House Shortlisted for First Time Buyer Award

Up for 'Most Innovative Redevelopment of an Existing Property 2018'

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Living with Leon

How creating urban city living in one of Britain’s most iconic post-war buildings uncovered a ‘secret’ work of art.

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Croydon Reinvented

The London Borough of Croydon is finally coming of age.

New retail, dining and office development is transforming Croydon. From new tech start-ups to Boxpark, it is one of London’s fastest growing economies. Uniquely located, high speed road, rail and tram connections integrate Croydon into Central London and the South East.

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Shop with Leon

Westfield is bringing a whole new dimension of shopping to Croydon. On the site of the former Whitgift Centre and Centrale, Westfield Croydon will include a flagship John Lewis store, plus dozens of other big-name fashion and designer retailers, restaurants and bars.

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Restaurant Quarter

Leon House is also conveniently located on the edge of South End which plays host to Croydon Food and Music Festival each Summer attracting 12,000 visitors to stalls, from street food to Prosecco bars. It has gained recognition as Croydon’s restaurant quarter having received £3 million in development funds in 2015, transforming the streetscape and the public realm.

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Out & About

Memory Box serves up everything from coffee to cocktails with some karaoke thrown in for good measure! A lively and vibrant venue open for breakfast through to the small hours, it’s where memories are made.

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Cultural Quarter

If Boxpark and Westfield weren’t enough of a draw, theatre and comedy lovers and supporters of the arts will surely get a buzz from the regeneration of Fairfield Halls into the Cultural Quarter.

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Educating Croydon

Exceptional schools like Croydon High, Whitgift, Trinity and Park Hill schools set the standard for education in Croydon.

The new University Centre is a thriving 8,000 strong multicultural community. Famous Croydon ex-students include Kate Moss, Brit School pupils Amy Winehouse and Ella Eyre, and Mercury Music Prize winning Grime artist Stormzy.

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Dynamic Croydon

Croydon’s population is as diverse and dynamic as the place itself.

The renewed reinvention of Croydon with the likes of Tech City and Ruskin Square has been enjoying the attention of various benefactors to build on its prime location in the commuter corridor between Central London and the south east coast. 

Train route

Leon House connects you to vibrant places, fast.

It is just 500 metres walk to the proposed Westfield and a further 500 metres to East Croydon Station. The  Restaurant Quarter is less than 200 metres walk south. From East Croydon Station, commuters can travel directly to London Victoria and London Bridge in 16 and 17 minutes respectively. Trains run direct to Gatwick Airport, and Heathrow is under an hour away.

West Croydon, at the other end of town, is on the London Overground network connecting Canary Wharf, the up and coming east London neighbourhoods of Shoreditch and Dalston and further out into North London, Hertfordshire and Essex.

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