A Spotlight On: Chelsea Creek

At Berkeley Group, we aim to deliver homes that connect the local community, enhance the natural environment and offer luxury living spaces designed for modern-day living. 

One such development is Chelsea Creek. Today, we’re exploring the incredible amenities and waterside tranquillity this unique development has to offer.

Where is Chelsea Creek?

Nestled in the affluent West London suburb of Chelsea lies the beautiful waterside development, Chelsea Creek.

This beautiful creek begins its journey at the historic Counters Creek, flowing through North Kensington and Little Wormwood Scrubs, before rolling into Chelsea Creek and eventually joining the River Thames. 

Ideally positioned in Zone 2, residents can take the overground train from Imperial Wharf Station and arrive in Westminster in just over thirty minutes. Or, take the short five-minute train ride to Clapham Junction with excellent links to a range of popular destinations, such as London Victoria, Gatwick Airport and Brighton.

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Key Features of Chelsea Creek

Waterside Location

This unique London property development was designed by award-winning architectural practice, Squire and Partners, whose vision was to replicate the tranquil waterways that are enjoyed in European cities, such as Copenhagen and Amsterdam.

Water is known for its calming effect, which is why the complex has an abundance of tree-lined waterside paths to stroll around and beautiful bridges to cross to provide a tranquil retreat in the middle of a bustling London suburb.

Being located so close to the water means you also have another way to travel – River Taxi. The service from Imperial Wharf operates every weekday from 6.30am and transports passengers to and from the stunning Chelsea Harbour.

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Superior On-site Facilities

The on-site facilities at Chelsea Creek are designed to provide residents with a lifestyle that enhances their health and wellbeing.  

Residents can enjoy the state-of-the-art fitness suite that boasts all the modern gym equipment you need to stay active – there are also embedded televisions provided if you need a welcome distraction from your workout.

For total relaxation, take a dip in the indoor heated pool, get pampered at the on-site treatment room, cool down under the therapeutic rain shower or sweat out toxins in the Scandinavian-style sauna and steam room. 

If you need to work from home, residents can take advantage of the Wi-Fi enabled lounge, or for after-work relaxation, head to the private cinema room to view your favourite films in ultimate luxury. 

For any day-to-day enquiries or to take in parcels for you when you are not home, the 24-hour concierge service helps make your daily life run more smoothly.

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Contemporary Design

Each Manhattan-style apartment in the Imperial Tower and Westwood House is designed to maximise natural light and space.

Imperial Tower apartments feature integrated kitchens and appliances, composite stone worktops, 3D wall tiles and sophisticated colour palettes to reflect the rich culture of the Chelsea area. 

At Westwood House, interior design takes a neoclassical approach, incorporating bronze iron accessories, art deco wall lights, and bold colours to seamlessly blend classic and contemporary design aspects.

Unlike many other homes in London, this development has an abundance of open space. The site has taken inspiration from the nearby Chelsea Flower Show to create landscaped gardens, seasonal blooms and plenty of green spaces for both residents and wildlife to enjoy.

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Things to Do in Chelsea

Chelsea is well known for being one of London’s most prosperous locations, with a multitude of boutique shops, refined bars, and upscale restaurants.

For luxury shopping, head to Sloane Street, where you’ll find the likes of Cartier and Prada, or visit the fashionable mile-long King’s Road for a mix of unique labels and high street favourites. 

If eating out is more your style, you will be spoilt for choice in Chelsea. From brunch to dinner, there is an incredible selection of restaurants to choose from. Grab a morning coffee and pastry from the famous Ottolenghi restaurant on Pavilion Road or spend your evening dining at Gordon Ramsay’s three-Michelin starred establishment on Royal Hospital Road.

Chelsea fans will love being so close to Stamford Bridge, home to Chelsea FC. Catch a Premier League match, book a stadium tour or even stay over by checking yourself into the on-site Millennium & Copthorne Hotel at Chelsea Football Club.

If you love outdoor space, a visit to the Chelsea Physic Garden is a must. Opened in 1673, it is now the oldest botanical garden in London. Learn all about the 5,000 plant species as you explore the Garden of Medicinal Plants, the Pharmaceutical Garden, the Garden of World Medicine and many more.

If you fancy a trip across the water, head over the Albert Bridge to the 200-acre Battersea Park, where you can spend a day strolling through the garden, rowing on the boating lake or visiting animals at Battersea Park Zoo.

For a dash of culture, head to the Royal Court Theatre to catch one of their widely acclaimed shows on contemporary London culture. Or visit the Saatchi Gallery for a mix of exhibitions from local and international artists.

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With its idyllic waterside location, fantastic onsite amenities and timeless contemporary apartments, Chelsea Creek offers a unique property opportunity in the heart of West London. 

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