This property is unique within this iconic building by Norman Foster, who arranged the internal layout for the current owner.
Four flats were joined together to create an apartment that sits within the most desirable position within this modern and unusually shaped building. This insures that the view from the principal rooms are unrivalled and the internal space maximised to its full potential. The vast reception room has a cool white palette and encompasses a contrasting media snug in a spectrum of bold colours. In addition, a Verner Panton mirrored enclave with bubble chairs gives the impression of hanging over The Thames. A funky lighting system forms the backdrop for this installation and creates a show stopping feature to this already jaw-dropping room. A spacious hallway, in fashionably dark hues, leads to the sleeping accommodation. Whilst the master suite has impressive views of The Thames and Albert Bridge, it also enjoys privacy by not being overlooked by other flats within the building. Further bedrooms are all ensuite and there is also staff accommodation and a self-contained, one bedroom flat, ideal for guests or a relative of teenage or more senior years. The property further benefits from air cooling, Crestron controlled music and lighting system, a wine room, laundry room and a storage room. It has 4 parking spaces which are ideally located for access to the lift lobby.
Located on the south bank of the River Thames between Albert and Battersea Bridges in SW11 the building is within easy walking distance of Battersea Park and the shops and restaurants of Kings Road and Chelsea as well as Parkgate Road and GordonRamsey's London House restaurant.