AN EXCLUSIVE 1 BEDROOM STUDIO APARTMENT WITH ACCESS TO TERRACE IN CENTRAL BATTERSEA, LONDON, SW11

EUR 734,765

GBP 628,368

London, 134 Battersea High Street

Apartment • 3 room(s) • 1 Bed. • 1 Bath. • 39.48 m² • Ref: 2215028

ONE BEDROOM STUDIO FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT WITH ACCESS TO TERRACE. A sanctuary of style set in central London, an exclusive apartment with contemporary design and stylish elegance. Located on the south bank of the Thames, close to the affluent Fulham & Chelsea and Kensington areas of Central London, Battersea was originally seen as an alternative for house hunters priced out of these areas. Fast forward to 2021 and this beautiful village in the city is one of the most popular places in London. Offering an unprecedented sense of community, class and luxury, Battersea village is home to spectacular Victorian architecture, sprawling public parks, independent bistros and cafes and all the general joys of riverside living. Battersea combines a relaxed village charm with a vibrant London lifestyle. The location A short stroll to major London transport hubs puts you at the ideal location to live, work and play. Battersea is extremely well connected through Clapham Junction, which will get you into Victoria in four minutes and also goes to Waterloo, London Bridge, Croydon, Hounslow and places in South West London like Richmond, Putney and Wimbledon - two new Tube stations running on the Northern line – Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station opened to the public on Monday 20th September 2021. The building is overlooking Battersea high street but within a sanctuary of space and privacy. Designed by award winning architect Nicolas Khalili (HWO Architects), every detail, aspect and material has been given meticulous attention to create a beautiful living environment inside and out. Design, each apartment is unique, combining spacious open-plan layouts with bespoke design elements. A village in the city. Located on the south bank of the Thames, close to the affluent Fulham, Chelsea and Kensington areas of Central London, Battersea was originally seen as an alternative for house hunters priced out of these areas. Fast forward to 2020 and this beautiful village in the city is one of the most popular places in London. Offering an unprecedented sense of community, class and luxury, Battersea village is home to spectacular Victorian architecture, sprawling public parks, independent bistros and cafes and all the general joys of riverside living. You’re also likely to spot one or two A-list celebrities living in an area close to Harrod’s - the world most prestigious department store. Battersea is extremely well connected through Clapham Junction, which will get you into Victoria in four minutes and also goes to Waterloo, London Bridge, Croydon, Hounslow and places in South West London like Richmond, Putney and Wimbledon - two new Tube stations running on the Northern line – Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station - are newly opened from 2020. Just 5 minutes from the iconic King’s Road, the well known shopping, eating and drinking location for affluent Londoners. King’s Road is an intrinsic part of London’s cultural and social history. Billions have been spent on the iconic Grade II* listed building at Battersea Power Station and surrounding area to bring it back to life as one of the most exciting and innovative mixed-use neighbourhoods in the world – a place for locals, tourists and residents to enjoy a unique blend of restaurants, shops, parks and cultural spaces. Hundreds of new jobs are due to be created as large organisations like Apple and the American Embassy look to set up their headquarters within the power station. With 200-acres of green space, a zoo and a brilliant events programme, Battersea Park is a major draw for tenants and a thriving social scene further adds to the areas desirability. All of this, in turn, leads to premium rents in this exciting neighbourhood.

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Rooms3
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1

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Living39.48 m²

134 Battersea High Street

London

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