St William has unveiled a new collection of apartments at the Prince of Wales Drive development in Battersea. The new release follows the sales success of the scheme's inaugural phase - which is now 97% sold.
The new Regents House collection will create a total of 72 one, two and three-bedroom apartments, featuring open-plan living spaces offering an abundance of natural light.
Every home has an outdoor terrace or balcony, many of which with views of Battersea Park and Battersea Power Station, or of the landscaped central gardens at the heart of the development.
Interior design is by The Gallery HBA and uses a palette of materials and colours that uniquely belong to Prince of Wales Drive, including brushed bronze metal work and gunmetal taps and bath/shower fixtures.
Apartments are finished with a host of bespoke interior features specially commissioned for the development. Door ironmongery has been modelled on the signature architectural structure of the gasholders and perforated metal kitchen unit doors, bespoke vanity units and fluted glass shower screens each pay homage to the heritage of the site with a contemporary and refined approach.
Landscape is designed by renowned urban planners Gillespies. The landscape has been designed to ensure that Prince of Wales Drive is a welcoming place that provides what people hope for from their home and neighbourhood - with picnic areas, places for children's play and seating. A central courtyard with a serene water feature, two new public squares and free-flowing gardens offer a haven of tranquillity in which to spend time.
Residents of the development will also benefit from a range of private facilities including a 24-hour concierge service, a 17-metre swimming pool and a spa, which is featuring a vitality pool, sauna and steam room. On the 8th floor, there is a landscaped roof terrace, with zen garden and pavilion.
The mixed-use development will also include a 24-hour gym, 50,000 sq. ft. of office space, a new nursery for 0-5 year olds, café and additional food and retail units, likely to be occupied by a small grocery.
Prices start from £650,000 for a one-bedroom apartment.
Alison Dowsett, Managing Director, St William, commented:
"We saw incredible levels of interest following the launch of our first release of homes at Prince of Wales Drive - a testament to the sought-after location and design of the scheme, as well as the inherent reputation that Berkeley brings to the development. The new collection captures the essence of traditional Battersea, introducing design credentials which are contemporary, yet also considerate of the area's heritage."
Visit the website at www.princeofwalesdrive.co.uk.