Embassy Gardens
in London

from £‍1 015 000
Price / ft2
from £‍1 196
by £‍215
Nine Elms Lane, SW8 4AE

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Property Prices and Floor Plans for Embassy Gardens

Prices and availability are up to date as of 10 January 2022
691–1 049 ft2
from £‍1 196 / ft2from £‍1 015 000

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Property Details

About the house

🟧 TenureLeasehold
🟧 Height ClassificationHigh-rise
🟧 Quality ClassificationLuxury
🟧 Number of units2000
🟧 Security & SafetySmoke/heat detectors, 24 hour security services, Entry phone system, CCTV system
🟧 ParkingValet parking, Limited car parking at extra cost and subject to availability
🟧 AmenitiesPrivate residents’ club, Library, Cinema, Sky deck and bar, Business lounges, Podium gardens, Restaurants and retail, Linear park, Grand foyer and lobby, Spa and health club, Yoga studio
🟧 Number of buildings8
🟧 Off-plan propertyNo
🟧 Property TypeApartments
🟧 ConciergeYes
🟧 GymYes
🟧 Swimming Poolindoor/outdoor lap pool, Sky pool
🟧 Bicycle StorageYes
🟧 LiftLifts to all floors

About the units

🟧 General European manufactured Washer Dryer
🟧 Heating & CoolingThermostatically controlled comfort cooling and heating, Individually metered system
🟧 Electricity & LightingTV/FM and telephone points for high speed broadband internet access, Communal satellite dish with connection points
🟧 WindowsDouble-glazed aluminium windows
🟧 Outside spaceMixture of painted metal and glass balconies constructed with brushed steel handrails and composite decking boards, Opening lights and double-glazed aluminium doors to balconies and terraces
🟧 Walls & CeilingsParty walls constructed from metal studwork, Suspended plasterboard with LED lighting to living spaces for ceilings, Internal walls painted with warm white washable emulsion
🟧 DoorsDoor frames painted with warm white eggshell paint finishes
🟧 Interior FinishesFixtures and fittings throughout handcrafted from materials such as light-coloured oak, marble and black granite
🟧 BathroomDeck Mounted Basin Mixer, Wall Mounted Bath Mixer with Shower Set, Wall Mounted Shower Set, Shower Control, Heated Towel Rack, Toilet roll holder, WC Floor standing back to wall, Lever Flush, Vanity Washbasin, Free Standing Bath, Integrated Bath, Shower Tray, Wall Mounted Magnifying Extension Mirror
🟧 FloorSlimline walnut herringbone parquet floor boarding to hall, living areas and kitchen, Natural marble tile flooring to bathrooms, en-suites and shower rooms, Fitted broadloom ‘silk feel’ carpet to bedrooms
🟧 KitchenSingle electric fan-forced oven, Combi-Microwave oven, Induction hob with stainless steel and black finish, European manufactured dishwasher with integrated panel, Fridge freezer with integrated panels, Traditional style 2-hole deck mounted sink mixer with white lever handles kitchen mixer taps, European manufactured concealed extractor fan, Stainless steel undermount sink with stainless steel drying grid

Property Description

Where is Embassy Gardens located?

Set around the United States Embassy, the new residential complex resides in Nine Elms, a rapidly-transforming area located in the London Borough of Wandsworth. Home to trendy bars, chic riverside restaurants, and lively markets, the neighbourhood attracts creative people that are forming a new authentic art scene.

Placed on the south bank of the River Thames, Embassy Gardens puts its residents within touching distance of the stream. A long riverside walk may help you unwind and recharge after a hard day in a stuffy office. Another retreat from the city buzz is provided by the nearby Vauxhall Park that features a playground, a dog area, a model village, and a majestic lavender garden.

Located in the bustling heart of London, Embassy Gardens is easily accessible by rail, tube, road, and even river. A 15-minute walk away, the Vauxhall railway station provides access to the South Western Railway services, while Oval Underground Station links the area to the Northern Line. For a more picturesque ride, Vauxhall Pier offers Uber Boat services by Thames Clippers.

What is around the corner?

  • Nurseries/Education: Wyvil Primary School (9 min), Herbert Morrison Primary School (11 min), St Stephen's Primary School (13 min), Lilian Baylis Technology School (20 min), St Anne's RC Primary School (19 min), Allen Edwards Primary School (19 min)
  • Shopping: Sainsbury's (6 min), Vauxhall Market (4 min), Nine Elms Sunday Market (7 min), New Covent Garden Market (14 min), Waitrose & Partners Battersea (13 min), Lidl (21 min)
  • Medical Facilities: Rebas Medical Clinic (12 min), Riverside Medical Centre (8 min), Mawbey Group Practice (9 min), Vauxhall Surgery (23 min), Springfield Medical Centre (22 min), South Lambeth Road Practice (14 min)
  • Café/Restaurants: The Alchemist Embassy Gardens (1 min), The Riverside (10 min), Waterfront London Vauxhall Restaurant (11 min), Cottons Vauxhall (11 min), Mumbai Delight (10 min), Starbucks Coffee (7 min)
  • Entertainment: Above The Stag Theatre (18 min), The Oval (21 min), VauxWall West Climbing Centre (14 min), Triangle Adventure Playground (19 min), Whistle Punks Urban Axe Throwing (10 min)
  • Others: Battersea Power Station (19 min), Vauxhall Pier (11 min), Vauxhall Bridge (14 min), St Stephen's Church (14 min)

What are the architectural features of Embassy Gardens?

Divided into three phases, the new high-rise development encompasses the United States Embassy. Phase 1 comprises the Capital and Ambassador buildings that are placed to the west of the embassy, while the Legacy Buildings of Phase 2 are lined to the south of it. The latter is divided into three blocks, two of which are C-shaped and the third one forms a square around the courtyard. The final phase of Embassy Gardens will take the eastern side.

The new complex is diverse in architecture, boasting some bold exterior decisions. The brick façades of Embassy Gardens present an array of colours, including bright red, calm grey, and even strikingly green tones. The landscaped rooftop terraces house numerous amenities with the breathtaking Sky Pool being the absolute jewel in the crown.

What is inside?

Living up to its name, the new residential complex is full of greenery, including the Linear Park that passes through Embassy Gardens and provides plenty of beautifully-landscaped space to admire and stroll around. Other places that nature lovers will enjoy are the picturesque Ravine and stunning podium gardens.

For retail therapy and a meal afterwards, residents of Embassy Gardens can visit New Union Square that accommodates a wide array of restaurants, bars, cafés, shops, and other boutique businesses.

As to wellness facilities, the new complex includes state-of-the-art gyms, steam and sauna rooms as well as the Belmont Pool. Speaking of swimming pools, an absolute gem of the new development, the Sky Pool links two buildings, providing a unique opportunity to float above the ground and marvel at breathtaking views of the city. In addition, the Sky Deck offers the Orangery rooftop bar to admire the skyline while having a drink with a friend. Another activity that you can enjoy with your friends and family is a film screening in a private cinema room.

For those who need some quiet time, Embassy Gardens features business lounges and a library, where you can get your work done without anyone disturbing you.

In addition, the new complex boasts premium services such as a 24-hour concierge and valet parking.

Embassy Gardens Sky Pool

Embassy Gardens swimming pool is a real wonder that creates the illusion of a piece of crystal-clear water floating in the air. Acting as a bridge between two high-rise buildings, the Sky Pool allows you to traverse from one rooftop to another in the most fascinating way, making you feel like you’re flying 10 storeys above ground. Gliding through the pool, you can enjoy wonderful views of the city’s famous landmarks, including the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament. The Sky Pool is also accompanied by the Orangery and Sky Deck – some of the finest spaces to unwind or to enjoy a pleasant conversation with a friend.

  • Who can use the Sky Pool at Embassy Gardens?

The Sky Pool is only accessible to Embassy Gardens residents and their guests.

  • How do I book Embassy Gardens Sky Pool?

There is a dedicated website, where residents can book various Embassy Gardens facilities as well as contact the staff and keep up to date with the latest news and updates.

  • Where is the Embassy Gardens Sky Pool?

The Sky Pool in London by Embassy Gardens links the rooftops of the Legacy Buildings, hovering 35 metres above the ground. The new residential complex is nestled in Nine Elms that lies within the borough of Wandsworth.

  • How deep is the Sky Pool?

The 25-metre-long swimming pool is 3 metres deep and 5 metres wide. Although due to the completely transparent frame, it feels almost endless.

The Alchemist Embassy Gardens

The Alchemist at Embassy Gardens is a famous bar and restaurant with a unique atmosphere. This mystical apothecary offers a wide range of creative cocktails, created with meticulous attention to detail. The Alchemist serves worldwide-inspired dishes with a theatrical flourish and an unexpected twist.

Nestled in Nine Elms, the Embassy Gardens venue reflects the area’s perfect fusion of old and new. Such a contrast, coupled with rich history, creates a perfect stage for the Alchemist’s abode for the dark arts of molecular mixology. The Alchemist Embassy Gardens creates an unforgettable experience for those, who love dark academia aesthetics and theatre.

Apart from the usual services of bars and restaurants, the Alchemist allows you to get some takeout cocktails in their signature glass medicine bottles if you prefer to enjoy their remarkable concoctions at home. Other special offers include a doggy menu for your pooch, cocktail making masterclasses, and mobile bars, to name just a few.

Available transportation

  • Bus stop: 77, 87, 196, 452, N87 (4 min), 156, 344, 436 (3 min)
  • Metro Line: Vauxhall (15 min), Oval (23 min), Battersea Park (23 min)
  • Road Access: Nine Elms Lane
  • Airport: Heathrow Airport (42 min), London City Airport (40 min)
  • Car Rental: Enterprise Car Club (2 min), Avis Car Hire - London Battersea (20 min), Budget Car Hire (20 min)
  • Bicycle Rental: Santander Cycles (15 min)
  • Others: Vauxhall (St George Wharf) Pier - Uber Boat by Thames Clippers (11 min)

What type of units are for sale?

Embassy Gardens offers a stunning collection of suites as well as one- and two-bedroom apartments, ranging in size from 39 to 91,1 square meters.

Designed with incredible attention to detail, all kitchens are fitted with bespoke modular cabinets in oak veneer, natural granite worktops, and fully-integrated appliances that include a combination oven/microwave, a fridge/freezer, and a dishwasher. In addition, all units come with a built-in wine cooler and a combined washing machine/tumble dryer in a separate utility cupboard.

The contemporary-style bathrooms feature a natural black granite vanity top that stylishly contrasts with white sanitaryware and white porcelain tiles on the walls. The shower rooms are equipped with a thermostatic mixer tap and a detachable handset.

Who is the developer of Embassy Gardens?

Embassy Gardens is a joint project of EcoWorld and Ballymore. Ballymore was established by Sean Mulryan and his wife Bernardine Mulryan in 1982 in Ireland, while EcoWorld started its activities in 2013 with headquarters in Malaysia. Both companies are known for excelling at large-scale developments that amaze everyone with unique details and innovative designs. It is also worth mentioning that Embassy Gardens is not the only project that has brought EcoWorld and Ballymore together. Their joint portfolio also includes London City Island and Wardian London.

For more detailed information on EcoWorld, Ballymore, or Embassy Gardens, please visit their respective websites.

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Which apartments are available for sale in Embassy Gardens in London?

For sale in Embassy Gardens are available 2br.

What is the minimum price of a property in Embassy Gardens?

The minimum price at Embassy Gardens is £‍1 015 000 for 2BR.

How to buy an apartment in Embassy Gardens in London?

In this development you can buy apartments with a Mortgage.

When will Embassy Gardens be commissioned?

  • Legacy Building 1, Legacy Building 2, Legacy Building 3 – delivery in 2019
  • Capital Building, Ambassador Building – built