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£800k for a studio flat? Inside Battersea Power Station's multi-million-pound homes

by LLP Editor
28th Mar 14 10:53 am

Battersea Power Station’s developers have revealed guide prices for homes due to go on sale on May 1.

As you’d expect, the prices for the “London-only” sale are sky-high.

While studio apartments will start from £800,000, a four-bedroom home will cost as much as £4m.

Guide prices for homes:

Studio apartments will start from £800,000

1 Bed apartments will start from £1m

2 Bed apartments will start from £1.5m

3 Bed homes will start from £2.7m

4 Bed homes will start from £4m

A number of the apartments will have the original fabric of the building and have views looking out over the Thames or back onto the famous Boiler House facade.

Residents will have access to over 1.5 acres of roof top gardens and many will have their own private outdoor space.

Battersea Power Station homes

London-based interior designers Michaelis Boyd Architects have designed the interiors of the building. They described the design as “refined, industrial, authentic, highly tactile and visually dramatic”.

Battersea Power Station homes

Battersea Power Station homes

The Battersea Power Station Development Company chief executive Rob Tincknell said: “This launch is genuinely a once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of a small number of very special bespoke residences that have been meticulously designed to reflect the quality and detailing applied to Giles Gilbert Scott’s original masterpiece.

“Being significantly larger than many other comparable new home residences in London and with the best in class design and specification, homes at the Power Station have been designed with a view to attracting owner-occupiers who want to be at the heart of the vibrant community planned for the Power Station.”

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