Penthouse CGI
1,154 to 3,670 sq ft(107.21 to 340.95 sq m)
Guide price £2,170,000 -​ £9,200,000

Lots RoadKensington & Chelsea, London, SW10 0QH

  • New development

Key features

  • Five Star Concierge
  • Secure underground parking
  • Luxury boutiques
  • Please note some photos are computer generated images and are indicative only
  • Outstanding views of the River Thames and London Skyline
  • Health club with swimming pool
  • Landscaped gardens
  • 600 meters of river frontage
  • Architect Sir Terry Farrell

Chelsea Waterfront is the first of its type on the north bank in Chelsea in over a hundred years and the only one that is literally in touch with the river.

About this property

  • Chelsea Waterfront, London's most prestigious riverside address. With a master plan designed by internationally renowned architect Sir Terry Farrell and 600 metres of river frontage, the 11.3 acre hectare site takes in the imposing former Lots Road Power Station, which with its twin chimneys, stands as one of Chelsea's most well-known and best loved landmark buildings.

Chelsea Waterfront is the ultimate in luxury living.

Hannah SmithProperty agent

Local information

  • Chelsea Waterfront is the last remaining significant river fronting site on the north bank of the Thames between Chelsea and the city. When complete, the scheme will comprise ten buildings in total including two stand-out towers either side of Chelsea Creek and will be the first development of this scale on London's north bank, in Chelsea, for 100 years. Apartments from these will have wide reaching views taking in a stretch of river that extends from Chelsea in the West to Canary Wharf in the East.
  • Living in Chelsea means living at the heart of things. And living
  • at Chelsea Waterfront means you are within minutes of all that
  • London has to offer.

Additional information

  • The iconic Metropolitan Building will be converted and refurbished into 193 luxury private apartments.
  • Retail units including a signature waterside restaurant, cafes and stylish shops will line an imposing 100m long mall which will run the length of the power station's ground floor.
  • Three new bridges spanning Chelsea Creek will link the power station to water gardens designed by one of Britain's leading landscape architects, Randle Siddeley Associates.