- Three Bedrooms
- Open Plan Reception Room
- Dual Aspect
- Residence Only Swimming Pool
- Three Bathrooms
- Residence Only Gymnasium
- Highly Sought After Location
A three bedroom premium duplex apartment in the Helios designed by AHMM. Situated on the seventh and eight floors and comprising 2,283 sq.ft (212 sq.m) of open plan living with the benefit of east and west facing terraces.
Television Centre is the reimagining of the BBC's famous former headquarters In West London. The development has reopened as a residential-led development in London's vibrant White City, which neighbours the affluent neighbourhoods of Notting Hill, North Kensington and Shepherds Bush.
Within this iconic part new and part Grade-II listed conversion, we have a collection of 2 to 4 bedroom ‘Architect Series' homes. These premium apartments and penthouses are located in both the original ‘Helios' and newly constructed ‘Crescent' buildings and have been designed by four different architects to create a collection of truly unique residences.
Television Centre offers residents a host of luxury amenities including private entrance lobby with 24-hour concierge and onsite management; a fantastic gymnasium with swimming pool and hammam, juice bar, classes and Personal Training; residents lounge with workspace, meeting room and private cinema; private gardens, secure basement storage and car parking.
On site facilities include a 45-room boutique hotel, a selection of cafes and restaurants, including Bluebird and Kricket, live TV studios and a Soho House private member's club.
The development is 4 minutes walk from the famous Westfield London shopping centre and 10 minutes walk to Imperial College's new campus. White City (Central line) and Wood Lane (Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines) underground stations are located opposite the development providing direct access to the West End in 12 mins and City in 22 minutes. Access to the A40/ M40 is nearby with Heathrow airport typically 30 minutes away by road.
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