A stunning two-bedroom apartment, extremely well positioned in the much-loved Battersea.
Letting type: Long term
Battersea continues to make its mark and is easily one of the sought-after districts in the capital these days. Everything from being able to shop at the brand new version of the Battersea Power Station, stop and smell the roses at New Covent Garden Market or have a drink at Battersea Brewery, it’s safe to say it’s only on the up-and-up. The Centurion Building at Chelsea Wharf Bridge is an outstanding 21st-century living environment, with views across the river and award-winning water gardens as its centrepiece. Meanwhile, it is a bright, spacious apartment with effervescent yet effortlessly stylish interiors.
The living and dining area is uniquely designed to match the curve of the balcony outside, which follows the entire length of the property and overlooks both the river and Chelsea Bridge. This remarkable feature is perfect for hosting almost any amount of guests or simply taking a quiet moment to yourself at the end of a busy day. Back inside the kitchen has a modern, cosmopolitan feel to it, with integrated appliances, plus plenty of storage and enough countertop space to ensure it’s always a pleasure to use. Like every aspect of this apartment, it’s well crafted, easy-on-the-eye and has a vital quality all of its own.
Both bedrooms are a great size, comfortable and airy. They also have access to that quite remarkable balcony. The first bedroom has its own en-suite, whilst the second has a bathroom just a few short feet away. Between them is a tub, walk-in shower and mirrored units, the finish deliberately metropolitan and entirely in-keeping with the rest of this property’s overall composition.
Chelsea Wharf Bridge is a stylish, cosmopolitan living environment close to Sloane Square, ideally positioned on the banks of the Thames next to the iconic Chelsea Bridge. A uniquely peaceful area of Central London, this in part due to its proximity to the wide open spaces of Battersea Park and the award-winning water gardens that lie at the heart of this remarkable development.
Famous for being the home of Battersea Power Station, more and more these days Battersea is becoming a trend-setting hotspot, known for its cultural venues, high-end dining and retail scene and, of course, an abundance of quiet greenspace. Expect great flower and vegetable markets, excellent cinema and theatre and a warm, inviting atmosphere, all of which make it pretty easy to see why this particular London neighbourhood has become so popular of late.
Meanwhile, the Centurion Building is a part of the development where residents can expect an excellent quality of life, with access to a range of five-star facilities, all year round. These include a 24-hour concierge service, expansive terraces overlooking the river, underground parking and nearby travel links that mean getting into the city and beyond in just a few short minutes.