Photos and Description of this 1 bedroom holiday apartment in Putney & Wandsworth - Chelsea Bridge Wharf
As welcoming as the most winning smile and warmest of handshakes
Modern, sophisticated, and snappily dressed from floor to glowing ceiling, here’s a home that really means business. Both lovely and lofty, you’ll certainly want to get in on the ground floor at Chelsea Bridge Wharf – before travelling up and up. Watch as London bustles beneath you from the balcony, or get your feet under the table in the perfect peace of the sleek sitting room. And, when it’s time to shed the suit for more carefree clobber, you’ll be delighted at how superbly situated your headquarters are. Chelsea is mere minutes away, while the bloom of Battersea Park almost reaches your doorstep…
Your host is a dynamic businessman who, just like his home, is every bit the high flier. A director, his work sees him travel across the world for much of the year.
In business, first impressions matter, and you’ll find Chelsea Bridge Wharf as welcoming as the most winning smile and warmest of handshakes. Armfuls of daylight play upon the sitting room’s laminated wooden floors, where a sofa of soft brown leather invites you to rest a while and savour the entertainment offered by the large TV and sound system. The kitchen is spot-lit and high spec, while the sophisticated dining table seats four. After dinner, take a long glass of something cool onto the balcony and drink to the breath-taking view.
An immaculate bathroom contains everything you need to freshen up for your next meeting, including a stash of our White Company toiletries. And, when it’s time to swap your BlackBerry for bed, sink into the bedroom’s plush double, where you’ll be swathed in the crispest white linen, and surrounded by some superbly modern lamps and exciting artwork.
Enjoy a long lunch in nearby gastropub The Prince Albert, or nip across the bridge to spend some working capital in the snazzy bars and smart boutiques lining the renowned King’s Road. Battersea Park is so close you might hear the breeze drifting through the oak trees, while those of a dramatic bent will be torn between the new writing at Theatre 503 or Chelsea’s Royal Court. Should you find yourself obliged to leave for the west end on urgent shopping business, the tube from Sloane Square to Oxford Circus only takes around ten minutes.
- non smoking only