This one-bedroom apartment is located on the ground floor. The apartment is north west facing and finished to a high specification with distinctive interior design shaped by Johnson Naylor.
Perfectly situated between the River Thames and one of London's most fashionable streets, King's Road Park blends contemporary new architecture with refurbished buildings and beautiful natural interiors. This creates a truly distinctive and inspirational place to live, complemented by uniquely designed residents' facilities.
A collection of stylish suites, 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments, a new public park with an extensive range of community facilities.
Prices from £620,000.
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As part of the Fulham regeneration area, King's Road Park will see the restoration of two Grade II listed buildings, set within new public square and contemporary designed commercial space. The development is situated just 60 metres from the King's Road in Chelsea and a stone's through to the River Thames.
The Zone two location is within easy reach of Fulham Broadway Underground station (15 minutes to Victoria on the District Line), and Imperial Wharf Overground station, taking you one stop to Clapham Junction south of the river.
Residents will benefit from a beautiful landscaped public park at the centre of the development, providing a significant open space for the local community. The development provides access to luxury health and fitness facilities featuring a gymnasium and studios, 25m swimming pool with vitality pool, steam room, sauna and treatment rooms. Finally, residents will enjoy private access to a cinema and games room.
The ground floor and first floors feature an elegant lobby with a 24-hour concierge, a private dining room and meeting rooms, with a private bar, a relaxing work space and communal gardens.
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Kings Road Park is set within 6 acres of beautiful park, square and gardens created by landscape architects Gillespies, offering a tranquil location to call home.George Woodhouse