One of the pioneers of London’s successful riverside regeneration push, Chelsea Harbour has, for some time, been at the forefront of the changing face of Britain’s major metropolis. Made up of luxury one, two and three bedroom apartments, the development encompasses a five-star hotel, a design centre and several top-notch restaurants that have all become sought-after destinations in their own right. Fantastic views of the Thames and a close proximity to the ever-fashionable Kings Road shopping artery give Chelsea Harbour a unique sense of style and exclusivity.
Security and luxury have always gone hand in the area, which is the reason it remains popular with sports and show business high flyers as well as corporate professionals. Both Robbie Williams and Frank Lampard are said to own homes here and the Chelsea Harbour Hotel is an ideal vantage point for star-spotting. The apartments are luxurious, roomy and flooded with the natural light that streams across the Thames. Residents can use five-star health and fitness facilities, relax in sculpted gardens and enjoy on-site shopping and dining.
Imperial Wharf Station was constructed especially for the Chelsea Harbour neighbourhood and is part of the revamped London Overground network. Trains on this line connect passengers to most of the Zone 2 districts that surround Central London and also link to the District Line, providing a quick route to the West End and the City.