The Battersea area has changed significantly in London while increasing the sense of community. In the last 20 years industrial water front surrounded by factories has been replaced with new homes and flats as well as places for socializing such as new bars and restaurants including plenty of pathways for public.
The new redevelopment of Battersea Power Station will create 3,400 new homes as well as shops and a park that will join the 800 homes that were built some time ago and are separated from community. The centre of Battersea has shifted in 1830s when the new railways arrived and now the centre of Battersea is called Clapham Junction.
A new glass riverside office block has been built by top architects firm that gives a new look to the area, whereas Victoria’s Beckham’s fashion property is located nearby to her management company.
Property available in Battersea
There are now a mix of new modern apartments available as well as spacious mansion flats that are near to Battersea Park. Also Victorian terrace houses and social housing take place. Top country’s architects Normal Foster and Richard Rogers Montevetro has design flats in two modern blocks that are priced from £1,200 up tp £1,700 per sq.ft.
The most expensive flat that is for sale is designed by Montevetro and it is a three-bedroom flat that is priced on the market for £7.5 million. While one of the most expensive flats in Albert Bridge that has 4 bedrooms is on sale for £ 2.85 million.
One of the cheapest properties can be found on the Shaftesbury Estate. The houses was built by Artizans, Labourers and General Dwellings company in 1870s and is now mostly occupied by owners. The price for a two bedroom house is on sale for £650,000.
More luxury property developments in Greater London are available that are exclusive and built to the highest standards.