With its excellent transport links, refurbished railway arches and public spaces, Battersea Exchange is an exciting scheme breathing new life into the area situated on the corner of Battersea’s Queenstown Road and Battersea Park Road.
The development offers studios 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments across 10 elegant modern buildings, as well as a selection of townhouses, which sit alongside new public spaces, shops, workspaces and restaurants, A new school building is also part of the development. The scheme, designed by architects Fielden Clegg Bradley Studios, combines contemporary style and energy efficient design to ensure the buildings are low maintenance and well insulated.
With rail lines running directly through the site, the railway arches have all been refurbished for retail use and a new pedestrian link between Battersea Park and Queenstown Road train station has been created.
All the properties are finished to a high standard, from engineered timber floors to the silestone worktops and full height tiling in the en suite bathrooms.
Situated on the border of Battersea and Nine Elms, this corner of south London feels close to everything and gives residents a good work/life balance.
Battersea Park, with its boating lake, café and a small children’s zoo, as well as cycling, tennis and football facilities means there’s something for everybody. And the nearby Thames towpath is always popular with runners and strollers.
There are also a number of cultural institutions and arts organisations nearby including the Royal College of Art, The Pump House Gallery in Battersea Park and the National Trust’s 575 Wandsworth Road, a truly unique art experience.
You can also walk across Chelsea Bridge (or catch a bus) and explore the cafes, restaurants and independent shops of the King’s Road.
One of the major attractions to living at Battersea Exchange are the transport links. Battersea Park and Queenstown Road stations are less than five minutes away on foot, giving you easy access to Waterloo and Victoria train stations and consequently the Northern, Bakerloo, Jubilee, Victoria, Circle and District lines on the Tube.
Battersea Power Station on the new Northern Line extension, due to complete in 2021 is just a short walk away too giving you access to the City and West End in 20 minutes by Tube.
- 24-hour concierge including cleaning and laundry services
- 8th and 35th floor communal gardens
- Private resident’ gym overlooking the gardens
- CCTV coverage to the external areas and apartments
- Hands-free video entry system
- Underground parking
- Large landscaped public area
- Moments from the River Thames and Battersea Park
- Retail outlets in refurbished railway arches
- Pedestrian link between Battersea Park and Queenstown Road train stations