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2 bedroom penthouse for sale

Battersea Exchange, Queenstown Road, London, SW8

£865,000

Property Description

Key features

  • sq ft apartment
  • floor
  • aspect
  • Concierge service
  • Landscaped private courtyard gardens
  • Private residents' gym
  • Secure cycle storage
  • Within the Nine Elms regeneration area, 42 acre 15bn project
  • Home to flourishing London community

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

This spacious two bedroom, second floor apartment offers 882 sq ft of internal space and a 93 sq ft winter garden in Battersea Park View, the latest phase of Battersea Exchange.

Battersea Exchange - A place where tradition combines with innovation to create one of the most exciting developments in London's recent history.

Conveniently close to the centre of the capital, this new and lively hub is at the heart of Battersea, a neighbourhood whose distincitve character and identity and heritage, while also breathing exciting new life into the area.

The result is a hugely desirable development, unlike any other. A genuinely mixed-use quarter, where modern homes and green spaces sit alongside independent shops and discreet office space. All within a new network of streets and pedestrianised thoroughfares.

Here, superb transport links and a beautiful setting combine with countless exceptional opportunities for growth. The perfect balance of heritage and modernity – that’s Battersea Exchange.

LEISURE FACILITIES

Battersea Exchange is the perfect base for every aspect of your life in London, from getting to work in the morning, to relaxing at the weekend. Whether you fancy a West End show, a shopping spree, or a riverside picnic, London has it all – and at Battersea Exchange it’s all close at hand.

The charming parks and bright nightlife of Clapham are just a short drive, or quick train ride, away. And for fine dining, boutique shopping and glamorous nightspots, Sloane Square and Kensington are among Battersea’s most stylish neighbours.

There’s no more varied or exciting city than London. And this vibrant metropolis awaits you.

LOCAL SHOPPING

A short drive or bus ride from Battersea Exchange, you’ll find a wealth of enticing stores in the streets around Sloane Square – including big names like Gucci, Dolce and Gabbana, Bottega Veneta, and Tiffany & Co, as well as stylish independent boutiques. At the worldfamous Bluebird, you can easily while away an hour browsing the sprawling concept store The Shop, before settling in for a leisurely lunch on the café’s terrace.

Central London offers up the best of Britain and the world. Bond Street, Savile Row, Burlington Arcade – these spots, among others, are why London is renowned for some of the most exquisite shopping in Europe, and beyond.

Or stay closer to home. There’s always a unique discovery to be made in Battersea’s shops and boutiques. Galleries, interiors shops, beauty salons, specialist food stores and design studios – they all draw customers from across the district, the city and even the country.

Transform your new home with statement pieces from local homeware and antiques shops. Marmoreo, for one, is an opulent treasure trove of decorative lighting and mirrors, while Alberto’s Antiques offers mirrors, lighting and other classic pieces to create beautiful centrepieces for any room.

EDUCATION

For higher education, Battersea is within easy reach of world-class institutions such as University College London, Imperial College and King’s College. Top business schools are also close to hand, including the London School of Economics and London Business School.

Many of the world’s most highly regarded art colleges are also nearby. A ten-minute bus ride north of the river, the Royal College of Art and Chelsea College of Art and Design are particularly close to home. Yet even the new Central St Martin’s campus at King’s Cross can be reached in just 35 minutes.

For younger pupils, St Mary’s Primary school actually sits within the Battersea Exchange site. It’s currently being rejuvenated as part of the Nine Elms project.

Meanwhile, Newton Prep school – just four minutes’ walk from Battersea Exchange – offers superb independent, mixed education in nursery, lower and upper school.

And there are excellent options for secondary schools too: Westminster School, The London Oratory School, St Paul’s School For Girls and Greycoat School are all within easy travelling distance.

NEAREST SCHOOLS:

St Mary's RC Voluntary Aided Primary School (0.0 miles)
Newton Prep - Primary (0.1 miles)
St George's CofE Primary School (0.3 miles)

TRANSPORT LINKS

Battersea Exchange is superbly connected, with excellent transport links into central London and beyond. Whether you’re commuting or travelling for leisure, you’re within easy reach of every part of London. Battersea Park mainline railway station is no more than a three-minute walk from Battersea Exchange. And from there it’s just a five-minute train ride into London Victoria, one of the capital’s biggest interchanges.

From here, take the underground for quick and easy travel to the city centre, from buzzing Covent Garden to bohemian Soho; from the elegant stores of Bond Street and Piccadilly to the swathes of greenery in the many Royal Parks. Victoria also provides a huge range of excellent bus links to almost every part of town. Queenstown Road mainline station, just five minutes from Battersea Exchange, is the ideal connection into London Waterloo. As well as being a key transport interchange, with rail links out of town and across the UK, Waterloo also enjoys a prime position as a riverside district in itself. Here, you’re a short walk from many of central London’s biggest attractions, including Tate Modern, the South Bank Centre, National Theatre, British Film Institute, and the London Eye.

We have a selection of other apartments available within this development, for more information, please contact our New Development Sales Team on 020 7087 5111 or Residential@eu.jll.com


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17 July 2017

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Nearest stations

  • Queenstown Road (Battersea) (0.0 mi)
  • Battersea Park (0.3 mi)
  • Wandsworth Road (0.4 mi)
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To view this property or request more details, contact:

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30 Warwick Street, London, W1B 5NH

020 8012 0809 Local call rate

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