With its views over the park and landscaped outside spaces, Vista Chelsea Bridge gives residents an oasis of tranquillity away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Nestled between the main Nine Elms development and Battersea Power Station to the east and the lush green open spaces of Battersea Park to the west, Vista Chelsea Bridge, situated on the banks of the Thames, is a striking residential development that includes stylish 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments and penthouses with terraces, balconies or patios overlooking the park. The two contemporary buildings are six to 16 storeys in height and provide 456 homes.
The development, designed by world-leading architects firm Scott Brownrigg, is made up of organic curvilinear buildings that step back as they increase in height to reveal generous private open spaces and feature garden terraces that include infinity style planting which blends with the views across the park.
At the centre of the scheme are two courtyard gardens, designed by landscape gardeners Barton Wilmore to complement the architecture of the buildings. One is a sunken courtyard, the other a landscaped courtyard at street level which is planted with mature trees to connect the development to the park.
The influence of the park continues inside the building too. The work of artist Nicky Hurst, inspired by the bark of a London plane tree, is included in the building’s glass elements.
Vista Chelsea Bridge is a couple of minutes’ walk from Battersea Park which includes a boating lake, children’s zoo, events arena, art gallery and various sporting facilities including tennis courts, football pitches and running track across its 200 acres of greenery.
Bars, restaurants and shops in the local area are within easy reach. Fashionable Chelsea is a short walk across the bridge. On the famous King’s Road you’ll find a cosmopolitan mix of excusive boutiques, artisan food stores, antique shops and excellent restaurants. Sloane Square and the Peter Jones department store and within walking distance too.
The shops, restaurants and entertainment space at the nearby Battersea Power station are only a five-minute walk away.
Vista Chelsea Bridge is a short ten-minute walk to Queenstown Road Battersea train station, giving you easy access to Vauxhall and Waterloo train stations. While Battersea Park train station is only a six-minute walk away and gets you to Victoria in just 15 minutes.
Battersea Power Station on the Northern Line extension is open and is just a short walk away. This will get you to the City or West End in just 20 minutes by Tube. For a change of pace, catch the Thames river bus from Battersea Power Station Pier and be at London Bridge in half an hour.
• 24-hour concierge and monitored CCTV
• Residents’ gym
• Vitality pool and sauna
• Spectacular views over Battersea Park and the Thames
• Underground parking available
• A private balcony or terrace for each apartment
• Secured cycle spaces
• Electric car charging points
• Two landscaped garden spaces