A Spotlight on Prince of Wales Drive

Set amongst one of London’s finest green spaces, Battersea Park, and alongside the iconic River Thames, Prince of Wales Drive is a stunning collection of over 900 contemporary new homes benefitting from a sought-after location, a wealth of transport links, and a unique array of exclusive, resident-only facilities.

Let’s take a closer look at the beautiful apartments ready to move into at Prince of Wales Drive.

Where is Prince of Wales Drive?

Prince of Wales Drive is located in Zone 1, in the popular district of Battersea, South London. Ideally positioned just 500 metres away from Battersea Power Station underground.

Residents can connect directly to Leicester Square in just over ten minutes, King’s Cross in under twenty minutes, and London Victoria in as little as four minutes. For something a little different, you could even catch the Thames Clipper ferry and enjoy the short but scenic ride to Chelsea Harbour. 

Many of the capital’s most famous landmarks, including the London Eye, Canary Wharf, Kensington Palace, and London Bridge are also within easy reach. Plus, if you’re looking for more tranquillity, you’ll be pleased to know that Prince of Wales Drive is just a few minutes away from Battersea Park – with 200 acres of open green space to explore and relax in.

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Key Features of Prince of Wales Drive

Exclusive Amenities

Prince of Wales Drive residents will benefit from a host of exclusive facilities designed to make life as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.

The highlight is the 1882 Club Bar and Lounge, an intimate cocktail bar located on the 24th floor of the Upper Park Residences, boasting breath-taking 360-degree views over London. On one side, you can take in the glorious open green space that is Battersea Park, while on the other, you can take in the soaring towers of the iconic Battersea Power Station.

If you prefer not to travel far for work or after-work activities, you’ll love the Atrium Suite. Located on the ground floor at Park Central, you’ll discover flexible workspaces, meeting rooms and a state-of-the-art boardroom. To relax and socialise, you’ll also find a music room, lounge, library, cinema, karaoke room, and games area – perfect for get-togethers and mid-week date nights.

Staying active is also easy at Prince of Wales Drive. Walk through the Central Gardens and head to Kensington House, where residents can enjoy a private 17m swimming pool, vitality pool, and spa, complete with sauna, steam room and relaxation room. There’s also a 24-hour concierge service to help your life run smoothly, even when you’re not at home.

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Inspired Landscaping

The Prince of Wales Drive is the ideal place to escape city life, thanks to the beautiful, landscaped gardens at the heart of the development. Landscape architect James Stockdale and his team thoughtfully designed the Central Garden to pay homage to the surrounding area and the tranquil 200 acres of space at Battersea Park - renowned for its peaceful trails, family activities, and more.

You’ll find plenty of wildlife, mature planting, and green lawns to enjoy from the comfort of custom-designed reclining benches. There’s also a stunning water feature at the centre of the Upper Park Residences, providing a unique and calming place for residents to come together to relax and unwind.

On the 8th floor of Kensington House, you’ll also discover an exquisite resident-only roof terrace. Here, you can soak up the sun during the summer or take shade under the elegant Pavilion.

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Distinctive Interiors

Every apartment at the Prince of Wales Drive has been carefully and thoughtfully designed to maximise natural light and space. The distinctive interiors were created by international interior designers at Muza Lab. They even won the Gold WhatHouse? Interior Design Award for their work at Prince of Wales Drive.

Taking inspiration from the urban industrial heritage of the development and nature of the neighbouring Battersea Park, each home features natural materials, such as engineered timber floors and composite stone worktops, with a contemporary yet homely colour palette.

Featuring bespoke vanity units, fluted glass bath screens, plush carpets, built-in wardrobes, and Miele or Siemens kitchen appliances – there are high-quality finishes and exceptional attention to detail everywhere you look.

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Things to Do Near Prince of Wales Drive

Those living in these beautiful new apartments in Battersea can enjoy a wealth of first-class amenities and activities on their doorstep.

Battersea Park is a wonderful destination for families looking for a fun day out. The park boasts a variety of exciting activities to keep everyone entertained. Children will love visiting the zoo, which is home to a range of smaller animals including otters, capuchins, and chinchillas. There is also an interactive play area, which is a great way for them to burn off some energy.

For those looking for a bit of adventure, Go-Ape is an excellent option. This outdoor adventure offers tree top ropes courses, providing a thrilling experience for all ages. Visitors looking for a more serene experience can visit the Peace Pagoda, dedicated to peace and features statues representing phases of the Buddha’s life. Take a break at the waterside café, the Pear Tree Café, serving all-day brunch and drinks before heading over to the Pump House Gallery. Hosting a range of exhibitions, talks, workshops, and film screenings there is something for everyone.

If shopping is your thing, Prince of Wales Drive residents can also make the most of their close proximity to Battersea Power Station – London’s third largest shopping centre and home to exquisite retail, leisure and dining destinations. Sloane Square is just a mile away and is filled with high-end shopping boutiques and fine dining restaurants, such as The Botanist, and Colbert.

South London is famed for its arts and culture scene – you can enjoy some of the best indie films around at the David Lean Cinema, followed by some truly unique drinks at the Art Café Bar. Or head over to Peckham Levels, a seven-story arts space which gives local artists and indie businesses a place to shine.

It might be a tourist hotspot, but the London Eye is also one of South London’s most iconic landmarks. Enjoy a ride on the wheel and take in the stunning views across the capital. Afterwards, take a stroll along the River Thames and head towards the Southbank area, where you can watch musical performances at the Royal Festival Hall or visit some great foodie spots, such as Banh Bao Brothers, Mamuska, and Wahaca. There are also plenty of seasonal fairs and markets that line the area throughout the year, offering unique gifts, books, and more.

Views of Prince of Wales Drive

Looking for a new home in London? You can find all the information you need on the latest apartments available at Prince of Wales Drive here, or browse Berkeley Group’s extensive collection of homes all across London here.