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Kings Road Park
Transforming part of London’s heritage into a new neighbourhood

Tucked away a stone’s throw from the King’s Road and the River Thames, King’s Road Park is set to be the latest most sought-after address in south west London. A stylish collection of suites, one, two, three and four bedroom apartments and penthouses set within six acres of beautiful landscaping, it is the vision of St William, a joint venture between Berkeley Group and National Grid. Their aim is to redevelop sites that have been closed to the public for years and reconnect them to the local community – and that is exactly the thinking behind King’s Road Park.


Part of the South Fulham Riverside Regeneration Area, the development will provide over 1,800 homes and see the restoration of three listed buildings, including the world’s oldest surviving gasholder set within a leafy park.


In line with Berkeley Group’s commitment to sustainability, the natural environment takes centre stage at King’s Road Park. This means the green areas will also include a new public square and a first-floor residents’ courtyard garden that draws inspiration from English country gardens in its design, incorporating a maze, formal lawns and a water feature.


The landscaped areas will also include a new public  park, square and a first floor residents’ courtyard  garden, inspired by English country gardens

The public spaces within King’s Road Park have also been given as much careful consideration as the buildings themselves, with a team of renowned architects, landscape architects and interior designers working on the project and all ensuring that wellbeing and positive design is a priority. ‘King’s Road Park is foremost a story about people and nature, and how to live well,’ says Stephen Richards, partner at Gillespies, a leading landscape architects and urban design practice. ‘I am genuinely excited by this prospect and the opportunity it brings to create a series of beautiful outdoor places and spaces.’ These open spaces allow residents to breathe, and sit in harmony with the apartments.


Inside the development, the thoughtfully-designed specification by interior design experts Johnson Naylor are inspired by natural elements, resulting in a refined feel that’s rich in detail. There is also a unique offering of exceptional residents’ facilities created by EPR Architects (which has worked on hotels and private members’ clubs across the globe such as The Ned, Rosewood London and NoMad London) with the aspiration to promote wellness through good design. The offering includes a sensational 25m pool with a huge skylight, a spa featuring a vitality pool, sauna and steam room and treatment rooms, plus two fitness studios and a gym.

Entertaining and relaxation zones at King’s Road Park range from a retro games room and virtual golf simulator to a contemporary spacious lounge, a private dining room and a pair of cinemas. There is also a 24-hour concierge and private meeting rooms for residents to use. Alongside these resident-only areas, there will be 100,000 square feet of commercial space providing a variety of restaurants, cafés and shops that make King’s Road Park the ideal place to meet up with friends and family.

Perfectly located in Zone 2 and under a 10 minute walk to both an underground and overground station, well-connected King’s Road Park will be a fantastic place to live, celebrating everything London has to offer.

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