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Nine Elms Point
Nine Elms Point, Wandsworth Road, London SW8 2LF
From Summer 2016
Full completions Summer 2019
1 beds: £375
2 beds: £500
3 beds: £750
4 bed: £1000
149 private residential spaces
NB: Parking available to purchase on selected plots only – at an additional cost.
The car park will accommodate electric parking points and 4 car club spaces
684 cycle parking
Nine Elms Point will deliver 645 stylish studios, one, two, three and four bedroom apartments and Penthouses
Nearest tube station – Vauxhall (Victoria line) – Approximately 8 minute walk
Nearest train station – Vauxhall – Approximately 10 minute walk
|24 Hour Concierge||Residents’ Lounge||Viewing Room||Fitness Suite|
|684 Cycle Parking Spaces||Sainsbury’s Flagship Store|
Nine Elms Point, an Overview
Nine Elms Point will deliver 645 stylish studios, one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments and penthouses spaciously spread over seven distinctive buildings, including two striking towers all designed by broadway malyan. Most homes will have a balcony or terrace offering views over landscaped gardens, enhancing the community feel. The properties will boast generously sized rooms, open-plan living spaces and large windows creating an airy environment flooded with natural light.
Living at Nine Elms Point will be very convenient as the future Nine Elms Underground station and flagship Sainsbury’s store will be right on your doorstep. Although the development is situated in zone 1, you can enjoy your own urban retreat via the vast amounts of open green space and walks along the landscaped, raised gardens that link the development.
One of the benefits of buying at Nine Elms Point is the significant regeneration that the area is going through, the largest in the recent history of the capital. Stretching three kilometres along the south side of the thames, this remarkable transformation will see over 16,000 new homes delivered and a linear park stretching the entire length of Nine Elms. No matter which direction you turn towards there will be new parks, public squares, footpaths, cycle lanes, sports pitches, shopping areas and a variety of recreation spaces.
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- NINE ELMS UNDERGROUND STATION AND FLAGSHIP SAINSBURY'S STORE
- MOST HOMES WILL HAVE A BALCONY OR TERRACE OFFERING VIEWS OVER LANDSCAPED GARDENS
- THE APARTMENTS HAVE BEEN BEAUTIFULLY AND CONSIDERATELY DESIGNED WITH GENEROUSLY SIZED ROOMS AND OPEN-PLAN LIVING SPACES
- THE KITCHENS BENEFIT FROM HIGH-END APPLIANCES, INCLUDING WINE COOLERS, AND ARE FINISHED WITH SILESTONE WORKTOPS AND STYLISH SPLASH BACKS
- THE BATHROOMS BOAST A SLEEK AND CONTEMPORARY FINISH, COMPRISING ROCA BASINS, GROHE FITTINGS AND STUNNING WALNUT, MIRRORED VANITY UNITS
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All signs point to Nine Elms
The creation of a flagship Sainsbury’s supermarket has dominated the media headlines about one of the largest developments in the Nine Elms regeneration area.
But the residents of the 645 studios, one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments and penthouses nearing completion at Nine Elms Point will have more on offer than the opportunity to pick up groceries in an 80,000 square feet store.
The homes at Nine Elms Point – the first of which will be ready for occupation this summer – are arranged over seven metallic-style buildings designed by leading architects Broadway Malyan, including a landmark 37-storey tower.
Most of the ultra-modern homes have a balcony or terrace offering views across the River Thames or over the acre of communal gardens Nine Elms Point is built around.
This means that although Nine Elms Point is just minutes from London’s West End and in easy reach of the city’s business districts, it has been designed as an urban retreat.
In fact, the developer says it “focused on providing an abundance of green open spaces, including large landscaped courtyards and raised gardens, some with views extending across London”.
Inside the luxury homes, every property has generously-sized open-plan living spaces and large windows creating living spaces that are flooded with energy-efficient natural light.
Luxury features such as underfloor heating and wine coolers sit alongside contemporary finishes such as glass splashbacks and quartz worktops.
Not only that, each home comes with good storage spaces and a 10-year NHBC warranty.
A 24-hour concierge, residents’ lounge, private dining room, fitness suite, viewing room and business lounge also come part of the package, while car parking is available at an additional cost.
But the real attraction of a home at Nine Elms Point is the development’s location. At the western end of Nine Elms, just off Wandsworth Road and close to Vauxhall Tube station in Zone 1 on the Victoria line, Nine Elms Point is seconds from Vauxhall Park and the cafes and restaurants on Lambeth Road, while the 200-acre Battersea Park is less than half a mile away.
Residents will not have to wait for the completion of the Nine Elms regeneration to access local facilities being built in preparation for the opening of the new US Embassy, which will include the opening of schools, health centres and big-brand retail outlets.
However, Nine Elms Point – which will also include 27,000 sq ft of local shops, restaurants and office space when the development is finished in late 2019 – is the closest development to the new Nine Elms Tube station that is due to be completed by 2020 and will provide access to Northern line.
Why buy now
At four times the size of Canary Wharf, Nine Elms has been called Britain’s biggest regeneration project. When the extension to the Northern Line opens in 2020, it will have a greater impact than the development work that took place in and around London’s Docklands in the 1980s
The 20,000 new homes being built in Nine Elms will become some of the most sought-after in central London as s the capital’s new diplomatic district grows in popularity. Like Canary Wharf, the value of homes in Nine Elms will rise as demand for modern, luxury apartments outstrips their supply.
For further details of homes available at Nine Elms Point and other developments at this exciting riverside location, use the form to contact Garton Jones today.
London Vs Hong Kong #GJCities
It is almost 20 years since Britain handed control of Hong Kong back to China. Since the ceremony – which started on the night of 30 June 1997 and finished the next day – the former British colony has become noted for the number of high rise buildings that dominate the skyline of both Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula.
These include the 490m-high Ritz Carlton Hotel, which when it opened in 2011 was the tallest hotel in the world and remains the highest building in this part of the South China Sea.
Visitors who base themselves in this landmark building are well placed to sample the territory’s Asian culture while taking delight in discovering the hidden gems of Hong Kong.
Hong Kong covers approximately 30 square miles but squeezes in an awful lot to do and see. Here’s six suggestions…
1. Zoological and Botanical Gardens – within the slopes of Victoria Peak and home to hundreds of animals – including flamingos, orang-utans and Chinese alligators – plus more than 1,000 different plant species.
2. Lightbulbs illuminate the market stalls which set up along Temple Street every evening. Have a browse through the ceramics, electronics and antiques spread out across the tables and if you are lucky buskers will often provide some free entertainment.
3. Keep Wednesday free for a culture fix, many of Hong Kong’s galleries and museums throw open their doors for free. Chinese paintings and ceramics are some of the highlights at the Hong Kong Museum of Art, while the Hong Kong Space Museum focuses on all things astronomy.
4. Hong Kong Tourism Board’s Cultural Kaleidoscope Programme gives visitors the chance to practise kung fu, learn about local architecture, or take a tea appreciation class. Most classes take place at the weekend and are also free.
5. Free variety shows and music recitals are frequently slotted into the busy schedule at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, a stunning wave-shaped building close to Victoria Harbour. Tickets are handed out at the venue on a first-come, first-served basis.
6. The Ritz-Carlton might be the tallest building in Hong Kong, but it is said better views are on offer at the top of The Peak. At 554 metres, this is the highest point on Hong Kong Island and has been the city’s most exclusive neighbourhood since colonial times.
The view is also what makes The Peak one of the most popular attractions in Hong Kong. On a clear day your eyes stretch across sparkling skyscrapers and Victoria Harbour all the way to the hills of the New Territories. You can reach The Peak via the city’s funicular railway, which has been running since 1888.
Skyscrapers, street markets and museums
London, too, has its fair share of high rise attractions, street markets and some of the best museums in the world.
Nine Elms has been dubbed Hong Kong-on-Thames due to the large number of high rise luxury developments being built in what will become the city’s new diplomatic district.
This part of central London is in easy reach of the city’s world-class museums, which are free to visit every day.
If you want to soak up some culture in London, head to the Victoria & Albert Museum. The world’s leading museum of art and design is currently staging an exhibition it calls Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear.
Alternatively, the Science Museum has interactive exhibits of science and technology, while the Natural History Museum contains a vast range of specimens from various segments of natural history. The world famous dinosaur skeleton cast affectionately known as Dippy who has stood in the entrance hall since it was unveiled in 1905 will go on a touring holiday of the UK and will be replaced by the skeleton of a blue whale until he returns.
London’s most popular open air market
Camden Market, London’s most popular open air market, is actually three attractions in one. Stables Market, Camden Lock Market and Inverness Street Market are the places to go for alternative fashion, vintage clothing and emerging designers.
At least part of the Camden Market complex is open every day of the year except Christmas Day and draws over 100,000 visitors every weekend. It’s easy to work up an appetite walking around the hundreds of stalls, so our tip is to book a table at Gilgamesh in Stables Market.
This award-winning pan-Asian restaurant not only has a mouth watering menu, it serves a mean cocktail and then you can dance late into the night at the Gilgamesh Club.
A unique view of London’s skyline is on offer on the Coca-Cola London Eye, which turns so slowly you hardly realise its moving. You can appreciate the vistas up and down the Thames, past the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben to your left or Canary Wharf and the City on your right.
Alternatively, if your preference is speed head to The Shard.
Here, lifts up to London’s highest viewing platform travel at up to 6m per second. On floors 68-72 and 244m above the city, The View from The Shard offers unobstructed 360-degree, 40-mile panoramas across the London skyline and beyond.
Alternatively, combine your viewing experience with a meal at one of the landmark building’s three restaurants. Take your pick from contemporary British cuisine, modern European food with an Asian twist or diverse cuisines from Northern China.
When it comes to skyscrapers and the variety of Asian cuisine on offer, Hong Kong has the beating of London. But it cannot match the UK capital’s cultural wealth, nor the 250 miles of track that make up the London Underground.
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