Nestled on the south bank of the River Thames, the new residential complex is located in the district of Battersea that belongs to the London Borough of Wandsworth. The abundance of various shops, cafes, and restaurants, all housed in this thriving district, can be attributed to its central location as it is just 2.9 miles away from Charing Cross. You can have lunch in a small independent cafe or book a table in a famous high-end restaurant like Gordon Ramsey’s London House.
Although 58-70 York Road is in close proximity to the buzzing heart of London, the pace in Battersea is much more tranquil and the people are more laid-back than in the City, perhaps due to the number of green spaces in the area and its riverside location. York Gardens, the nearest island of greenery, is just three minutes away. The charming urban park offers an intricate net of footpaths, plenty of trees, an outdoor gym, and play areas. However, if you are looking for something more, Battersea Park is only 15 minutes away. The 200 acres of green space is home to a huge lake, a children’s zoo, the Pump House gallery, playgrounds, a stunning collection of gardens, sport facilities, and a riverside promenade.
58-70 York Road boasts great transport links to other areas of central London and beyond. The York Road itself leads to Vauxhall Bridge that can get you to the north side of the Thames, straight to Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, and Hyde Park.
Visually, the building is divided into several parts. The tallest one is 14-storeys high and has a distinctive triangular shape with sharp corners. The striking white façade stands out among its neighbours. The next section is a storey shorter and displays sandy brickwork, followed by an 11-storey section with brown bricks and then another one with just 9 storeys, sporting the same sandy colour. All those pieces create a cascading effect with columns of glass cantilevered balconies in between. Adjacent to the rear of this stair-like construction is another 5-storey part in the form of a trapezoid with soft corners and light brown brickwork. The whole complex is adorned with expansive floor-to-ceiling windows.
The new complex features beautiful balconies and terraces with either slip-resistant ceramic tiles or exterior grade timber with LED lighting to marvel at astounding views of the Thames or the urban scenery.
To keep trespassers off your property, each apartment is equipped with a video door entry system and a high-security multipoint locking entrance door with a spyhole viewer. In addition, to ensure your safety, all apartments and common areas come with smoke and heat detectors.
58-70 York Road offers a beautiful collection of one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments as well as studios.
Designed and manufactured by IPS-Pronorm, the high-quality kitchens feature units finished in matte grey and white tones. The handleless doors and drawers create a sleek form, illuminated by LED lights. Each kitchen is equipped with integrated Bosch appliances, including an electric oven with a stainless-steel finish, a microwave, a 4-ring induction hob, a multifunction dishwasher, and a fridge/freezer.
Each unit features either a white bath, a fully-tiled wet room, or a semi-frameless glass shower enclosure, equipped with thermostatic wall-mounted controls, a ceiling-mounted showerhead, and a separate hand-held shower.
58-70 York Road is a project of Bmor, a privately-owned property development company based in Marylebone, London. Bmor is committed to creating unique superb-quality projects, specializing in complex and mixed-use developments. The company applies the latest design trends and cutting-edge technologies to keep their projects up to date in all aspects.
For more details on 58-70 York Road or Bmor, please visit the official website of the developer.