- 2 Open Plan Living Spaces
- 2 Kitchens
- 5 Bedrooms (4 with ensuites)
- Lift Access
- Riverside Views
- 24 Hour Security and Porterage
- 4 Underground Car Parking Spaces
A sensational apartment with exceptional river views from the extensive floor to ceiling windows. This spacious five-bedroom apartment comprising 3,767 sq. ft (349.97 sq. m) located in the iconic *Norman Foster Designed* Riverside One apartment building. The apartment which was originally two separate properties has now been combined to create this expansive space. Located on the banks on the Thames between Albert and Battersea Bridges, it offers *wonderful views* across the river towards Chelsea.
Riverside One is a particularly unique building with only a limited number of apartments, set discreetly behind secure gates in a quiet location offering the up most in privacy together with *24-hour security*, *porterage* and underground *car parking*.
The apartment provides two connecting reception spaces with excellent river views to both east and west. There is a particularly spectacular night view towards Albert Bridge. The main open plan living space benefits from a modern fitted kitchen and breakfast bar plus separate dining area. The second reception space leads to an additional well-appointed secondary kitchen. There is a master bedroom with a river view and ensuite bathroom, plus three further double bedrooms (two with ensuite bathrooms). Additionally, there is an occasional bedroom/study with ensuite shower, separate cloakroom and good storage. The apartment is offered with four underground car parking spaces.
Architect plans have been drawn up should a buyer wish to reconfigure the apartment (subject to the usual consents). Some CGI images have been added to show this configuration and are marked accordingly.
Located moments from Battersea Park and the many amenities at Battersea Power Station, and only a short walk across to King's Road and Chelsea.
London Borough of Wandsworth, Band H
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