Audley Nightingale Place

The one-acre site where Audley Nightingale Place now stands once housed a five-storey Metropolitan Police HQ building with beautiful views to the north and directly across Clapham Common. The site is a stone’s throw from Clapham South underground station, providing direct links to London’s most thrilling attractions.

This community is the ideal choice for those looking to downsize their property and live near central London. In under 30 minutes you can be visiting the National Gallery, soaking up the buzz of the West End, or settling into your seat at the Royal Opera House or Old Vic. If it’s shopping you’re after, Oxford Circus and Regent Street are just a 20-minute ride away.

At Audley Nightingale Place you can enjoy the very best in luxury retirement, living with magnificent facilities.

Small cinema in a luxury community

Clapham and around

Clapham is one of the largest open spaces in London situated between Battersea and Balham and offering various green spaces. The area covers 220 acres of green space, three ponds and pathways surrounded by large trees. It provides a wonderful recreational space for those living nearby.

This beautiful town has a wealth of great cultural experiences to delve into. The Dulwich Picture Gallery is just 40 minutes away (using public transport) and houses some of the UK’s leading exhibitions as well as a collection of Baroque masterpieces.

Every Saturday the Venn Street Market near to the common hosts a delicious variety of fresh food market stalls selling locally sourced products. Or you can venture down to nearby Northcote Road and spend the morning browsing the beautiful boutique shops.

Central London

Central London is only 15 minutes' journey from Clapham South tube station, next to Audley Nightingale Place. The capital's many attractions, dining options and shopping choices are within easy reach of our luxury Clapham retirement village.

Studio Voltaire

Just a 20 minute walk from the Clapham Common is the leading independent contemporary arts organisation called Studio Voltaire. It is one of the UK's leading non–profit arts organisations based in Clapham and part of Arts Council England's National Portfolio.

Studio Voltaire focuses on contemporary arts, exhibitions, performances, and live events, exhibiting artists such as: Phyllida Barlow, Judith Bernstein, Monster Chetwynd, Jamian Juliano–Villani, and Henrik Olesen to name just a few. 

Dining in Clapham

Clapham boasts a huge variety of restaurants, pubs, bars, pubs, cafes and coffee shops. Whether you're looking for Michelin standard fine dining or an afternoon cream tea, Clapham has it all.

Time Out have some great recommendations for some of the best restaurants on Nightingale Place's doorstep.

Fine dining in London

Venn Street Market

Every Saturday between 10am and 4pm, you can find a delicious variety of fresh food market stalls just above the north-east corner of Clapham Common. The market guarantees that all products are locally sourced and sold at a reasonable price.

You can also trek further afield for your fresh produce – a 30 minute drive will get you to Crockford Bridge Farm in Addlestone, where you can pick your own fruit and vegetables.