The View, Battersea Park

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See and be scene

Let’s set the scene: you’re home. In a room with a view. What can you see? Not just the glorious greenery of Battersea park, but a clear line of sight across the water, to the famous South West London scene. Chelsea, Fulham and Knightsbridge, all just a stone’s throw (or a short cab ride) away.

The View Battersea Park combines these two elements perfectly: a breath-taking panorama and proximity to one of the world’s most vibrant scenes, with all it has to offer.

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The Park Scene

Battersea Park. It’s so much more than just 200 acres of green space to admire from your window. It has a scene all to itself. From lighting up the night sky with autumn fireworks, to trade fairs and art shows in the winter marquee. From landmarks like the fountains and the iconic London Peace Pagoda, to the summer festivals, circuses and sporting events.

See the scenes unfold all year round from the comfort and luxury of your own apartment.


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The Culture Scene

When it comes to culture in and around SW11, there’s almost too much to talk about. Battersea itself has been transformed into the place to live and work for London’s best and brightest artists, fashion designers, architects and entertainers. With local focal points like The Battersea Arts Centre and with The Young and The Old Vic just up the road, the area is now well and truly established as a fully-fledged arts scene and a new creative quarter for London.


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The Shopping Scene

When it comes to scenes, it doesn’t get any more famous than this. The King’s Road. Probably the most renowned shopping street in the world. The history, the fashion, the movements and culture that it’s inspired. It’s all there, right on your doorstep.


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The Foodie Scene

If you don’t consider yourself to be a ‘foodie’ already, living at The View will certainly tempt you into that scene. How many high quality, local eateries could you wish for? How many Michelin stars can you find in one place? Would you care to see the menu sir, madam? Perhaps to start: The Pear Tree Café in the park?

Then, moving on to classic cuisine: The Ivy Chelsea Garden, Gordon Ramsey, Bibendum, Trinity or Daphne’s? The foodie scene around Battersea Park and into Chelsea is so well catered for, the only thing you’ll need to do, is watch your waistline.


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