Battersea Power Station
Battersea Power Station
Battersea Power Station, Nine Elms, London, SW11 8EN
A seventh floor, two bedroom apartment set over 1,231 sq ft of internal floor area with an over 300 sq ft roof terrace.
<p>The iconic Grade II* listed Battersea Power Station building and surrounding area is being brought 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. A legendary landmark that’s a symbol of hope and positivity. Uniting people from far away and just around the corner to create a new community that’s already thriving. This is a place to work, live, shop, eat and enjoy. Here life doesn’t feel ordinary, it feels extraordinary.</p>
<p>The neighbourhood has been carefully curated to be a thriving quarter right on the River Thames. The vibrant Circus West Village already features world-class bars and restaurants, interspersed with the finest British and global retail brands. A place where technology giants mingle with local artisans. The addition of Electric Boulevard looks set to create an irresistible shopping and leisure destination. The new Zone 1 Northern Line Extension will be a gateway to the site opening towards the end of 2020 and will ensure Battersea Power Station is well connected to the whole of London.</p>
Residents at Battersea Power Station benefit from a variety of hotel-style amenities:
– A luxurious health and fitness spa, complete with swimming pool, steam room, sauna and jacuzzi
– A fully equipped gym
– Private treatment rooms
– Private residents’ bar
– Private dining rooms
– Cinema and library
– Beautifully-designed private gardens and residents’ lounges
Contact us to discover your new home at Battersea Power Station today.
*Images are of show apartments at Battersea Power Station and are for indicative purposes only.
About Battersea Power Station
Never wanting in aspiration, WilkinsonEyre has conjured up a slew of innovative creations, including a sci-fi-esque conservatory at Beijing Botanic Gardens and London’s new Liverpool Street Station on the Elizabeth Line. In the case of Battersea Power Station, tactfulness and sensitivity have been key. Rather than imposing themselves on the Grade II listed powerhouse, the architects have danced with the original designs. Three neighborhoods in miniature—Switch House West, Switch House East, and at the summit, Boiler House Square—are woven between the chimneys. Black steel frame windows mirror the original industrial art-deco stylings. All have access to private gardens, seamlessly knitted into the rooftop, providing an extra layer of exclusive yet discreet living.
Playing up the building’s industrial aesthetics, Michaelis Boyd Associates has left entire walls of brickwork exposed in each of the 254 apartments. The power station’s two turbine halls were constructed in two movements between the 1930s and 50s, and the fixtures and fittings of the apartments reflect this; the Heritage ’33 palette has a sumptuous art-deco sophistication, featuring herringbone marble tiled floors and unlacquered brass fittings. The Heritage ’47 look is more contemporary, with matte white finish cabinetry and chrome fittings. All residences have Miele appliances—though, these days, the electricity is sourced from elsewhere.
Once a machine of industry, Battersea Power Station is now having some fun and is flush with luxe lifestyle amenities. Residents can enjoy sauna, steam room, jacuzzi, and treatment areas. Additionally, the residents’ club provides elegant workspaces, a screening room with plush chairs and side tables for drinks, and dining rooms and lounges with floor-to-ceiling glass. Crowning the power station roof are the Andy Sturgeon-designed roof gardens, where residents can unwind among bright foliage and grasses.
- 24hr Doorman
- Conference Room
- Coworking Space
- Fitness Center
- Outdoor Grills
- Outdoor Space
- Private Dining
- Rooftop Garden
- Screening Room
- Swimming Pool