Ruskin Park House is an attractive private residential estate in south London situated on the tree lined Champion Hill near the top of Denmark Hill. The estate is set in its own substantial and well maintained mature parkland style gardens on the high ground above the Thames flood plain approximately three miles south of St Paul’s Cathedral. Some flats have extensive views of central London whilst others look towards Crystal Palace.
The estate was developed in the 1950s by the London County Council and has been privately run by an active and enthusiastic residents’ management committee and a dedicated estate manager since the 1970s.
The three separate blocks, which were built to a high standard, contain a total of 241 flats that range in size from studios to large three-bedroom family homes. The two larger blocks are of a typical 1930s appearance, with echoes of art deco in their sweeping bow windows. The practical simplicity of the smaller third block is a good example of post-war architecture.
Ruskin Park House has a friendly community of residents who enjoy living on the estate and in this area. This website is maintained for the use of residents by the RPH committee. For information about how to contribute to the site, please click here.