Chelsea Waterfront is bringing an unprecedented residential development to one of prime central London’s hidden gems
The development enjoys the rare privilege of sitting beside the River Thames, being one of the sole occupants of its’ north bank. Neighbouring this exclusive location is a vibrant design district, a collection of quaint antique shops and a generous selection of exceptional schools. However, the real draw is the stunning panoramas on offer from the heights of Chelsea Waterfront, overlooking the likes of the Thames, Canary Wharf, Wembley Stadium and beyond.
Over 700 bespoke luxury properties will comprise the development, some spread across the 76 imposing storeys of the recently launched Tower West, and others as part of Chelsea Waterfront’s conversion of the cherished Lots Road power station. Each property is painstakingly crafted from some of the world’s finest materials and designed around the needs of only the most discerning of tastes.
It’s no shock that these apartments and penthouses have already caught the eyes of some prestigious buyers, and their surrounding area has proven equally popular with London’s social elite, thanks in part to its royal affiliates.
The Times recently featured the ambitious Lots Road redevelopment in their article, ‘The high life at Chelsea Waterfront’, read it in full here.