A pocket of Fulham is set to be enriched through the creation of a new sustainable community which places British heritage at its very core. Delivering 1,843 new apartments and penthouses, King’s Road Park is creating a new destination within one of London’s most famed neighbourhoods.
King’s Road Park is being billed as one of west London’s most significant regeneration projects that will see the marriage of new homes, retail, dining, office and commercial spaces with extensive public realm for both residents and locals.
Based on the site of the historic Fulham Gasworks, King’s Road Park will aim to revitalise a historic Grade II* Listed gasholder – thought to be one of the oldest in the world – as well as two Grade II Listed buildings and two war memorials, all of which will be integrated into the neighbourhood’s new public park and square. The preservation of the gasholder means that a site which formed a key part of London’s industrial past will remain ever prominent in contemporary London living.
A range of suites to three-bedroom apartments and penthouses are currently available, all of which have been designed by reputable interior architecture and design practice, Johnson Naylor. The London based practice paid great attention to detail when designing each apartment’s open-plan layouts, specifications and finishes. Johnson Naylor crafted two interior design palettes, one for the ‘classic’ apartments and the other for the ‘premium’ collection, for buyers to choose from. Each apartment is also provided with outdoor space in the form of a balcony or terrace to enjoy sights of the park and green space.
The residents’ amenities at King’s Road Park are described as “state-of-the art and ensure a unique lifestyle offering”. The sweeping array of facilities have been inspired by the world’s finest private members’ clubs and aim to reflect Chelsea’s refined taste. From an indoor swimming pool, bar, gym, fitness studio, formal and informal meeting spaces, residents are equipped with facilities that cater for “every social, health and wellbeing, work or entertainment need”.
Carving out an entirely new public park and square, six acres of green space will feature “delicately designed squares, walkways, cycle paths and private Courtyard Gardens for residents which are reminiscent of the old English country gardens across London”.
The thoughtful landscaping designs going into King’s Road Park are being overseen by expert practice, Gillespies. A rare offering for such a prime location, future residents and the local community will have beautiful, fully formed landscaped spaces to enjoy. For those working from home more often than expected, the suite of residents’ facilities is matched with the provision of WiFi-enabled outdoor workspace to ensure working from home doesn’t necessarily mean inside your own four walls.
Residents are on the doorstep of all that Chelsea has to offer, from the Saatchi Gallery to the Ivy Chelsea Garden, as well as some of its best kept secrets including Beaufort House and the Gagliardi Gallery, it’s a cultural quarter which continues to attract global attention.
Alongside Chelsea and Fulham, many of London’s most desirable neighbourhoods are also nearby including Kensington and Belgravia, with Fulham Broadway station taking residents right across the entire city. Some of the capital’s top universities, including Imperial College, the London School of Economics and University College London are all within 30 minutes.
This month, a new marketing suite will be opening its doors on site, offering the first opportunity to get a taste for life at King’s Road Park.
Prices start from £790,000 for a suite. Visit kingsroadparksw6.com or call 020 3944 7104 for more information.