** Guide Price £500,000 - £515,000 ** Completely Refurbished ** Residents Roof Terrace with Skyline and Park Views ** Immaculate Apartment ** Secure Underground Parking ** Garden Views ** High Specification ** Concierge Service ** Large Open Plan Living/Kitchen Area ** Bespoke Kitchen with Plenty of Storage and an Island /Breakfast Bar ** Juliette Balcony Looking Into The Courtyard ** Extremely Peaceful ** Tons of Natural Light ** Built in Wardrobes ** Low Council Tax **
Kingsway Square is an award winning development with a main entrance on Battersea Park Road and situated just moments from Battersea Park. This apartment is ideally placed to enjoy the abundance of shops, bars and restaurants on its doorstep including Battersea Square and the regeneration currently taking place at Battersea Power Station offering further restaurants and leisure facilities.
Queenstown Road and Battersea Park mainline stations are within close proximity of this property so you can be in Victoria or Waterloo in just a few minutes and the apartment is within walking distance to the new Battersea Power Station Underground Station (Northern Line). Albert, Chelsea and Battersea Bridges also give easy access north of the river.
Some words from the owner:
What do you love most about your home?
Despite living in zone two in a vibrant part of London, the flat is the calmest, quietest flat I've lived in London - I can walk in and switch off from London life, it's an oasis. Being ground floor and looking out onto a courtyard full of plants is absolutely wonderful- I was completely drawn to the garden flat feel and the serene nature of the flat when I viewed it. I've completely renovated the flat and have tried to use colours and themes that compliment and enhance the very special feel of the flat.
Why are you moving?
We want to upsize and move closer to family in the countryside. Our jobs are not fully London based anymore so it makes sense to move to an area in between offices for better commuting balance.
What do you love about the area?
Battersea Park is 30 seconds from the front door and it is my absolute favourite park in London. I adore early mornings walks as the mist rises off the lake - it does not feel like big city living. The area has always been leafy and vibrant but with the addition of the Power Station development close by it really is one of the best places to be in London. Wonderful restaurants, cafes (Nostos and The Farmers Mistress on Battersea Park Road are a must visit) and shops with more to come and of course a brand new Northern Line Tube adding to the already good transport links. Within a 10 minute walk there are two train stations, the riverboat and a tube station. Battersea is increasingly becoming 'the' place to live in London and I will be very sad to leave.