JLL Residential

Queenstown Road, SW8


Just a stone's throw from the River Thames and only minutes from fashionable Chelsea with far reaching views over leafy Battersea Park, Vista is an outstanding new development.

Ref No. JLLATD42810
Vista, Queenstown Road, Chelsea Bridge, London, SW8

Prices from £895,000

    Introducing Vista, a brand new collection of luxurious 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and penthouses boasting exemplar specification and unique design, with an enviable location nearby Chelsea Bridge.

    Vista offers a brand new perspective on London. Minutes from fashionable Chelsea, in a tranquil location just a stone's throw from the River Thames and overlooking leafy Battersea Park, Valetta House and Camellia House are the final phases of this landmark development. The perfect choice for contemporary London living. 

    • Within easy reach of Battersea Park, Queenstown Road and the proposed Northern Line extension at Battersea
    • 24 hour concierge, resident’s gym, two stunning gardens
    • Right to park secure parking available by separate negotiation
    • All apartments benefit from private balconies, patios or terraces
    • 999 year leasehold
    • 10 year build warranty
    • High specifications
    • Nearest Underground Station: Battersea Park (8 minutes' walk)

    Striking Architecture
    The innovative and striking architecture has been conceived by world-leading architects Scott Brownrigg, to incorporate extensive outdoor landscaping and feature terraces, where residents will benefit from spectacular views over Battersea Park and towards the River Thames. Beautifully designed to amplify the views and with impressive landscaped garden courtyards to maximise outdoor living, these are truly exceptional homes. The cascading architecture creates a superb feeling of space and light in the apartments, whilst providing exceptional outlooks. Welcome to Valetta House and Camellia House, the final phases at Vista, Chelsea Bridge Wharf. 

    Cultural Life
    London's wealth of galleries, theatres, museums and auction houses put a rich cultural life within easy reach.

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