This is a highly desirable 2 bedroom apartment situated within Battersea Power Stations "phase 2". The apartment features 1,200 sq. ft. of living space set across two floors. With an additional private roof terrace.
As you enter the apartment on 6th floor you will be greeted by an abundance of light glistening through the Western facing, floor to ceiling windows. The living area has been designed in an open-plan layout to maximise space & increase functionality. A great space to entertain! The kitchen runs the entire width of the apartment and will be fitted out with the highest quality appliances.
Following the grand staircase up to the 7th floor you will be instantly impressed by the two bedrooms. Both bedrooms feature spacious en-suite bathrooms, built-in storage space and a partial Thames river view.
The roof terrace is the pièce de résistance when it comes to luxury living in Battersea Power Station. With panoramic views of London, including the historical Power Station Chimneys and views over the City, The perfect place to enjoy the evening sun!
This building is renowned to be an Art Deco masterpiece, since it was built in 1941 to meet the energy demands of post-war London. The four chimney stacks are a stand out feature of the exterior, and now rise above a 42-acre neighbourhood that stretches along the banks of the River Thames, making the building instantly recognisable.
The unique neighbourhood on the banks of the River Thames unites history and hi-tech, with the restoration of buildings like Sir Giles Gilbert Scott's Power Station, as well as the introduction of new awe-inspiring architecture such as the Battersea Roof Gardens and Battersea Prospect place. The vibrant Circus West Village features world-class bars and restaurants, interspersed with the finest British and Global retail brands. Furthermore, the future addition of the new Zone 1 Northern Line Extension will be a gateway to the site, keeping Battersea Power Station well connected to the whole of London.
The area is rapidly developing, with prospects for: more than 250 new shops, cafés and restaurants, a village hall, community hub, medical centre, hotel and a 1,500-capacity event venue. Therefore, this destination is set to be one of the largest retail, leisure, cultural and office quarters in London.
The area also offers an abundance of employment opportunities, establishing it as a place of opportunity for the local community and beyond, with Battersea Power Station itself offering 17,000 new jobs, including those presented by the establishment of the Boiler House as Apple's new London campus for up to 3,800 employees.