|1BR||from 1 163 ft2or 108.05 m2||from £3 310 / ft2or £35 632 / m2||from £3 850 000|
|2BR||743–1 470 ft2or 69.03–136.57 m2||from £3 012 / ft2or £32 421 / m2||from £2 250 000|
|3BR||1 107–1 523 ft2or 102.84–141.49 m2||from £3 250 / ft2or £34 985 / m2||from £4 250 000|
We checked the information and the developer's representatives confirmed that units in this residential complex can be purchased by using a mortgage.
Essoldo House is located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in inner London. Nestled on the north bank of the Thames, the new residential complex finds itself in an affluent area of Chelsea with its numerous luxury restaurants and elegant boutiques, scattered along King’s Road.
Within a 15-minute walk from the complex is the National Army Museum, where you can track down the history of the British Army, starting from the Battle of Agincourt in 1415 and right to the present day.
The famous Stamford Bridge stadium, home of Chelsea Football Club, is 17 minutes away. The team plays in the top division of English football, meaning that the pitch hosts a lot of big games and grandiose football clashes.
Essoldo House has Paultons Square right on its doorstep. The charming small garden square, surrounded by the Grade II listed buildings, is a nice place to take a short walk. However, for a longer stroll around greenery, it is worth walking another 12 minutes and crossing the Thames to reach Battersea Park. Apart from a wonderful pathway along the bank of the river that offers beautiful views, the park features a small children's zoo, a boating lake, a bandstand, and sport facilities such as tennis courts, a running track, cricket and football pitches.
The complex is flanked by two major roads that lead to the centre of London. It takes 6 minutes to reach either the A308 that runs to Hyde Park corner or the A3212, which is paved along the Thames to Vauxhall Bridge.
Squeezed between King’s Road and Old Church Street, the 4-storey building is stretched along the former. The oval-shaped corner above the main entrance protrudes from the building in sleek, soft lines, allowing the immense floor-to-ceiling windows to get a 180-degree view. The grey façade is adorned with minimalistic horizontal lines, while the fourth storey is covered with bright bronze panels, adding a burst of colour to the overall calm palette.
Essoldo House is home to a cinema and a series of retail units on the ground floor.
The residential complex is provided with a concierge service to offer a warm welcome to its residents and guests.
For car owners, Essoldo House offers a gated basement car park and electric car charging points.
To ensure top-notch security, the complex is equipped with a CCTV system in the basement and residential areas, as well as a video door entry system. In addition, each unit comes with a sprinkler system and smoke and heat detectors.
The new complex offers a unique collection of 11 two- and three-bedroom units, comprised of 3 duplexes and 8 apartments with terraces.
The fully-fitted Porcelanosa kitchens come with Miele appliances and a Silestone worktop with an under-mounted stainless steel sink.
The bathrooms are fully covered with Cararra tiles and feature a Hansgrohe wet room shower with a frameless glass screen.
Each unit is equipped with underfloor heating for maximum comfort.
Essoldo House is a project of Susan Metcalfe Residential, a small privately-owned company with a high-quality team. Founded in 1997 by Susan Metcalfe, the company is focused on delivering homes in the most prestigious areas of London, including the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, Knightsbridge, Belgravia, and Mayfair.
If you would like to know more about Essoldo House, please visit the official website of the developer.