ASPIRE Pick of the Week: Prince of Wales Drive, Battersea, London

Set within 2.5 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens, with one of Central London’s largest green areas – 200-acre Battersea Park –  right on the doorstep and within few minutes’ walk to Chelsea Bridge and just over a mile from fashionable Sloane Square.




Perfectly located in Zone 1 with all that Battersea old and new has to offer, Prince of Wales Drive benefits from excellent transport links. It provides access to both underground and overground stations less than 5 minutes’ walk away and the new Northern line extension, due to open in 2020 will cut journey times to the City and West End to just under 15 minutes.


Prince of Wales features 955 new homes, including 726 1, 2 and 3 bedroom private apartments within 11 distinct pavillions together with cafes, shops and a creche, surrounding the beautiful central gardens. Luxurious residents’ facilities include a 17m swimming pool, vitality pool, sauna and steam room. Residents can also enjoy the 8th floor landscaped roof terrace offering views of the city and Battersea Park. For security, convenience and to provide complete peace of mind, a dedicated 24-hour concierge service is on hand to respond to residents’ day to day needs all within its 2.5 acre grounds.



Thoughtful design maximizes the use of space and light throughout. The palette of materials ensure the industrial heritage and nature of the park are combined to create a distinct character. Open plan living, high quality finishes and world class design  offer the perfect environment to both relax and entertain.








Prince of Wales Drive will set you back about £660,000 – £2,695,000 depending on the number of rooms.  We believe it is well worth it!

Prince of Wales Drive is the first project undertaken by property developer St William, a joint venture between Berkeley Group and National Grid.  It is expected to open its doors to residents in late 2019 or early 2020. Apartments are now available for reservations.

Source: Berkeley Group

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