Coda by Avanton in Battersea, New Development With Stunning River Views

by Property London
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Developer Avanton has recently launched a new show apartment at the residential development Coda in Battersea. Coda was designed by Patel Taylor and was built to help regenerate Battersea and provide the area with 299 apartments, communal landscaped gardens, and a newly built headquarters for the Royal Academy of Dance. The thoughtfully designed 2-acre development comprises three striking apartment buildings, with the centre building spanning 23 stories and is surrounded by an abundance of green space. The buildings sit on a raised podium above the new Royal Academy of Dance headquarters on the ground floor. 

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For people who crave city views, homes at the development include studios and 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, and all homes have enviable views of The River Thames. Coda offers residents a living space that is calm, close and connected. The apartments feature Poggenpohl contemporary designed fitted kitchens with bespoke feature cupboards. Perfect for a first-time buyer, the kitchen features fully integrated appliances including Siemens appliances, induction hob, overhead concealed extractor fan, dishwasher, fridge freezer and washing machine. Bathrooms and en-suites comprise contemporary white enamel sanitaryware, Custom designed timber veneer vanity units and circular mirrors, and underfloor heating and heated feature towel rails. In the master bedrooms, you will find Poliform free-standing wardrobes.

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Francesca, part of the of the sales team told Property London that:

“We are getting quite a few families that are moving in, and a few buyers moving from neighbouring Clapham. At Coda you have the opportunity to live in a desirable area that is highly connected”

With the right home for your lifestyle, all apartments include outdoor space in the form of a balcony or terrace. Other amenities include a 24-hour concierge, individual apartment post boxes located in reception, private landscaped gardens at podium level, residents’ lounge and gym area, and Cycle parking.

David Ronson, Sales & Marketing Director at Avanton, comments:

“At Avanton we always design our developments with the public realm, landscaping and amenities a key design element rather than an afterthought, as the environment you create is just as important to buyers as the finished homes. With Coda, we often hear from buyers that they had no idea so much greenery and open space was on their doorstep, as well as the iconic River Thames, and we wanted Coda’s landscaping to reflect this connection to nature. Our Secret Garden at Coda offers relaxing, landscaped space for residents to enjoy, a hidden oasis hidden from passers-by. Not only does every home at Coda offer a private balcony or terrace, but the new Garden Collection homes all also overlook our Secret Garden. We are delighted with the sales success at Coda so far and have already had a number of enquiries for this new collection as Londoners seek homes with access to high-quality outside space.”

Coda is also going to home to the well-regarded dance institution, the Royal Academy of Dance, and their ethoses blend synchronously. The state-of-the-art space will include seven dance studios, a performance space, two cafés, and a specialist dance library. 

The development is well-connected and sits beside the River Thames. For those that need to commute, Clapham Junction station just a 10-minute walk from the site.

Battersea is a thriving part of South West London and has been going through a lot of positive regeneration. Battersea Park, the heart of the area, is a 200-acre sanctuary, where you can enjoy fountains, a boating lake, and a Peace Pagoda overlooking the River Thames. Neighbouring Nine Elms is also home to Battersea Power Station, where visitors can wander around a unique blend of restaurants, shops, parks, and cultural spaces.

For more information, please go to www.codalondon.com or email info@codalondon.com.

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