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Property Spotlight: A London Home with a View at Prince of Wales Drive

By Promotions 19 September 2016

Introducing London's Prince of Wales Drive – a beautiful new collection of spacious 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments ideally located just moments from Battersea Park and the River Thames. Learn more at the JLL London Property Exhibition this weekend.

Location is Everything

River View and Chelsea Bridge at Prince of Wales Drive

How about an evening stroll along the river?

A Berkeley Group St William project, Prince of Wales Drive offers both convenient access to Central London as well as the pleasures of an attractive neighborhood
The development is located in The London Underground's Zone 1, and is just a five-minute walk away from both underground and overground stations.The new Northern Line extension, which is due to open in 2020, will cut journey times to the City and West End to just under 15 minutes*.
If you are into shopping, the nearby Chelsea Bridge provides easy access to Chelsea, and Sloane Square is just a mile away*.

When you're not zipping around the city, the 200-acre Battersea Park with its boating lake, children's zoo, and Peace Pagoda is just on the doorstep, and you'll find the Thames just a short stroll away.

"The development is ideal for young professionals starting their career, for parents looking to purchase property for children studying in London, or as an investment," says Mandy Wong, National Director at JLL.

A Secure Self-contained Haven

Despite having so much on your doorstep, you might find that you never need to leave the development. Prince of Wales Drive is set within 2.5 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens with 11 distinctive pavilions and cafés, shops, and a crèche. State-of-the-art residents' facilities include a 17-metre pool, sauna, steam room, an 8th floor roof terrace, 24-hour concierge, and secure basement parking.

The collection of 839 new homes comprise spacious 1, 2 or 3-bedroom apartments built to a premium specification and boasting distinctive world-class interior design, creating the perfect environment for relaxation and entertainment. In addition, properties enjoy stunning views over Battersea Park, the Power Station, the City, or the River Thames.

On days off, residents can spend an afternoon on the eighth floor roof terrace, either basking under the sun, or enjoying the views sheltered from the elements in an elegantly designed pavilion.

17-metre residents' pool - Prince of Wales Drive

17-metre residents' pool - Prince of Wales Drive

Fast Facts

  • Properties enjoy stunning views over Battersea Park, the Power Station, the City, or the River Thames
  • Location provides easy access to the riverside, Battersea Park, and Chelsea across the river. Sloane Square is just 5 minutes away
  • Focused around beautifully landscaped public gardens
  • Five-minute walk from both underground and overground stations
  • Journey times to the City and the West End expected to fall to just under 10 minutes once The new Northern Line extension opens in 2020*
  • Residents’ facilities include a pool, sauna, and steam room together with cafés, shops, and a crèche

Learn more

If you'd like to learn more, we invite you to visit JLL's London Property Exhibition this coming weekend:

What: London Property Exhibition
When: 23rd - 25th September 2016 (Fri - Sun), 11am - 7pm
Where: Suite 3203-04, Edinburgh Tower, 15 Queen's Road Central, Central, Hong Kong

Click here to register Or contact: Mandy Wong directly to receive a brochure, or for more information on (+852) 3759 0909, or [email protected]

* All times are based on travelling at 7.30am on a weekday.
Sources: and Google maps

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