These pictures reveal a glimpse of the multi-million pound apartments that will soon go on sale in Battersea Power Station.
A total of 254 homes are planned for one of London’s best-loved landmarks with studio apartments starting at £800,000 right up to £4m for a four-bedroom home.
The power station
Guide prices also reveal that a one-bedroom apartment will set you back £1m, two-bed apartments £1.5 million and three-bedroom homes start from £2.7 million.
A penthouse apartment is available only on application.
Many of the apartments will sit within the original fabric of the building, among the exposed brickwork and industrial fittings, while others will be a panoramic, glazed style with views positioned on top of the Power Station looking out over the river or back onto the Boiler House façade.
All apartments will have access to more than 1.5 acres of roof top gardens and a large number will also have their own private outdoor space.
A CGI of the roof top garden
Rob Tincknell, chief executive officer of Battersea Power Station Development Company (BPSDC), said: “This launch is genuinely a once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of a small number of very special bespoke residences that have been meticulously designed to reflect the quality and detailing applied to Giles Gilbert Scott’s original masterpiece.
“Being significantly larger than many other comparable new home residences in London and with the best in class design and specification, homes at the Power Station have been designed with a view to attracting owner-occupiers who want to be at the heart of the vibrant community planned for the Power Station.”
Battersea Power Station ceased generating electricity in 1983 and was designed by British architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott famous for designing the iconic red phone box as well as his work on Bankside Power Station, now the Tate Modern, Waterloo Bridge and Liverpool Cathedral.
Inside the turbine hall
The flats will frame a roof-top garden
The launch of the properties will be held on May 1. Prospective purchasers should register