A house that exudes warmth and light with a rich and textured palette throughout, Sanctuary House is a beautifully crafted and unforgettable home. Perhaps the house's real gem is the raised kitchen in tones of bronze and gold with a hidden door to the larder and Miele best in class
appliances throughout, or the triple height internal courtyard with its five metre chiselled stone waterfall, endowing the home with a Zen-like calm.
The bedrooms, each with their own ensuite and quality carpets underfoot, feature carefully considered wardrobes and cabinetry with storage solutions for seasonal dressing. Bathrooms echo the natural palette of the house, each with their own character Giallo Moravo stone, Kavallo Silver stone and Myra limestone with coordinated vanity units and sophisticated sanitaryware.
Residents at The Sanctuary are only moments from Battersea's popular Northcote Road, lined with all the
usual high street stalwarts, eclectic boutiques and some excellent foodie-favoured eateries and cafes. You'll also find an impressive array of house and home shops as well as antique dealers dotted around the neighbourhood. Check out perennial London favourite Overmantels
on the Battersea Bridge Road for incredible hand-made British mirrors, just one of the many gems to be discovered.
With plentiful bus routes dropping you off on the King's Road in minutes and Clapham Junction train station with
overland trains across London and fast commute times to the City, getting around couldn't be easier. And with
Battersea set to be connected to the Underground network at Nine Elms and the Power Station with Zone One status
SW11 ticks all the boxes in terms of transportation.
Green parks, an abundance of quality restaurants and bars, good schools and...
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"A stunning new contemporary house in the heart of Battersea, designed and built by the developers of the neighbouring award winning Sanctuary apartments"