Placed on either side of Chelsea Creek, the new residential complex takes pride in breathtaking views of the River Thames as the buildings find themselves near the edge of the north bank. Apart from Chelsea Waterfront, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea houses plenty of landmarks, some of which are within walking distance from the complex, including the National Army Museum.
The affluent area of Chelsea offers a stunning collection of high-end boutiques and elite restaurants. Myrtle Restaurant offers sophisticated Irish-inspired cuisine, while Elystan Street opts for European dishes with a contemporary touch.
Football fans will appreciate the fact that it takes a 13-minute walk to reach Stamford Bridge, the home stadium of Chelsea Football Club. The pitch hosts huge football games each year as the team competes in the Premier League.
To escape from the bustling streets of London, residents of Chelsea Waterfront can take advantage of its riverside location. Three minutes away, there is Cremorne Gardens, a charming small green space with astounding views of the Thames. In addition, you can take a riverside promenade through the gardens of St Thomas More, Albert Bridge, and Chelsea Embankment.
Spread across both sides of the creek, the 7 buildings create a beautiful contemporary neighbourhood by the Thames. The two towers shooting up on each bank are the first to catch the eye of a passerby with the West Tower being the tallest. The diamond-shaped skyscrapers exhibit fully-glazed façades with a diagonal cut on the top. Each corner of the building features a column of round cantilevered balconies with glass balustrades, resembling serrations. The glazed façade allows to seamlessly incorporate a huge number of floor-to-ceiling windows into the towers.
The rest of the new-builds spread across the territory of the residential complex all share the same style, including an off-white façade, enormous glass cantilevered balconies, expansive full-height windows, and grey lines accentuating the strikingly light colour of the exterior. The buildings range from mid-rise to high-rise.
To enjoy marvellous views of the river, Chelsea Waterfront includes plenty of beautiful green spaces, footpaths, and seating areas that create a peaceful atmosphere for residents.
In addition, to unwind and relax after a hard day, the new residential complex offers a number of high-quality leisure facilities such as a fully-equipped gym, a state-of-the-art swimming pool, a jacuzzi, a sauna, and a steam room.
Chelsea Waterfront is served by a 24-hour concierge, who is ready to assist all residents when needed.
The new residential complex offers a total of 706 units spread across 7 buildings, ranging from studios to five-bedroom apartments. Most units come with either a balcony or a terrace to marvel at the stunning surroundings.
The interior at Chelsea Waterfront features contemporary specifications, high-quality natural materials, and impeccable style. The fully-fitted bespoke kitchens boast modular cabinets with high-gloss lacquered doors and a discreet handleless design. Each unit is equipped with Gaggenau appliances. However, the specifications vary between the apartments. For example, a plate warming drawer is only included in the four- and five-bedroom apartments.
The bathrooms are fully tiled with polished natural stones on the walls and complementary honed stones on the floor. The brassware is usually polished stainless steel or chrome by either Dornbracht or Vola. All bathrooms come with backlit mirrored cabinets, creating a stylish and elegant flair.
Cheung Kong Property Holdings is responsible for the construction of Chelsea Waterfront. The company was founded in 1950 by Li Ka Shing. Headquartered in Hong Kong, the company is viewed as one of the world’s leading international property developers with a diverse portfolio of impressive large-scale projects all around the globe.
If you would like to find out more about Chelsea Waterfront, please visit the official website of the developer.