Nine Elms by Bellway London, one of Londons newest neighbourhoods, is situated within Battersea and Vauxhall and gets its name from the beautiful elm trees that can be found in the area. It is Central London’s last remaining industrial district and is home to Battersea Power Station. This area seeping in history is also known for the New Covent Garden Market – the largest wholesale fruit, vegetable, and flower market in the UK. Therefore Nine Elms is an exciting place to live in and explore, and this area in the western part of the Southbank, is the last in the area to go through a massive transformation. This regeneration has brought a lot of new homes and jobs to the area, and should be on your radar when considering places to move to.
One of the housing developments that particularly stands out is Lexington Gardens at The Residence, which is a prestigious development with stunning luxury interiors. On top of this, Lexington Gardens also has plenty of great amenities such as: a concierge service, media room, roof gardens and a private gym. The apartment complex features one, two and three-bedroom apartments and there is also parking available to purchase. The interiors are very modern and the rooms have been designed with a technology-forward approach, as the bedrooms feature sensor lighting and the kitchens are built up of AEG Integrated appliances and soft-close handleless units with Silestone work surfaces. The rooms are also very bright, airy and spacious and this helps to create a very inviting and homely space to live in.
RMA Architects, a multi-award wining architectural practice based in Hampstead, were commissioned to design the development and are known to have also designed other great buildings in the area, such as: Mother Restaurant and Battersea Exchange, a new housing development. In terms of Lexington Gardens, Six buildings were designed and built by RMA to create the development: Senate Building, Kennedy Building, Franklin Building, Lexington Building, Denver Building and Montrose Building. The designs created by this company, have helped to create a visually striking exterior and the buildings are a beautifully distinctive feature of Nine Elms.
For those needing to commute or travel out of the area, Lexington Gardens will soon be a 3-minute walk away from Nine Elms underground station, which is due to complete this year. The development is also close to Battersea Park rail station and Wilcox Road bus stop. However, there is not much need to frequently travel out of Nine Elms, as there are many great eateries and shops in the area. Close to the development you will find highly rated restaurants such as: Pho Ta Battersea, LINNAEAN and Chokhi Dhani. For lovers of the arts, there is also The Turbine Theatre nearby which was founded and currently led by multi-award winning Director and Producer Paul Taylor-Mills. Additionally there is also a park, Nine Elms Park, currently being built in stages to go from Battersea Power Station to Vauxhall Cross. It will be a continuous green corridor providing a beautifully landscaped pathway through Nine Elms, which will also open out to other open spaces and new developments along the way.
If you are interested in living in Nine Elms and would like to know more about the Lexington Gardens development, then please visit: https://www.bellway.co.uk/new-homes/thames-gateway/lexington-gardens-at-the-residence. Prices start from £785,000 to £945,000.