A beautifully designed three bedroom apartment offering open plan living, a high quality finish, world-class design and private balcony.
Bowden House is the 5th of 11 distinctive pavilions to be completed on Prince of Wales Drive. This collection of 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments offers spacious open plan living, high quality finishes and world-class design.
Designed by leading architects Squire & Partners, the sophisticated apartments are inspired by the historic mansion blocks that surround Battersea Park.
Landscape architects, Gillespies have designed a tranquil landscape that will be beautiful by day and stunning by night.
World-renowned interior designers Muza Lab, have been influenced by the industrial heritage of the area and the park, combining these to create distinctive and striking interiors.
The palette of materials and colours uniquely belongs in this location with carefully considered features that ensure the urban industrial context and nature of Battersea Park is carried through in the details.
Combining industrial heritage with textured materials, creating a very distinctive design incorporating a range of features including; feature taps, fluted glass and contemporary vanity units with feature lighting.
In every apartment, spacious open plan living, a high quality finish and world-class design offers the perfect environment to both relax and entertain.
Every apartment in Bowden House also features a balcony, many overlooking the beautifully landscaped gardens.
Exclusively for the residents; the serenity of the 17m swimming pool and the warm jets of the vitality pool are the perfect way to unwind. Enjoy a swim or simply relax poolside and forget all about the outside world in the sauna or steam room. Residents can also access a fully fitted 24-hour commercial gym direct from the residents' pool and spa.
The 24-hour concierge service brings security, convenience and peace of mind. Relax on the eighth floor residents' roof terrace and enjoy the views sheltered from the elements in the elegantly designed pavilion, or spend a lazy afternoon in the sun.