Barratt London opens the doors to a new show home with Andrew Henry Interiors next week (20 June), at its award-winning Fulham Riverside scheme.
The new show home is located on Central Avenue, and is a four-bedroom home spread over five floors, including a secure garage in the basement. Designed to reflect the site’s industrial heritage, these homes have been fashioned into tall townhouse-style properties, with large windows, high ceilings and gabled roof pitches.
Finished to a luxurious standard, the decadent master suite – which enjoys the entirety of the first floor – has a walk-in wardrobe as well as a master bathroom with freestanding bath and walk in shower along with his’n’her sinks, and balcony. There are a further three bedrooms, including a suite to the ground floor which is ideal for staff or a nanny.
The main living spaces are located on the upper floors. On the third floor a large open plan kitchen, diner and day room can be found along with a large landscaped terrace. The top floor plays host to the formal living space, ideal for entertaining family and other associates. Unusually for a townhouse, a private lift services all floors including the basement garage.
Turnkey and ready to move in to immediately, the show home has been transformed by British designer, Andrew Henry Interiors. Rachel Maylum, senior designer at Andrew Henry explains:
“Fulham Riverside’s townhouse has been a really exciting project for us at Andrew Henry Interiors. The property is located within the chic district of Fulham, on the bank of the Thames and neighbouring the prestigious Hurlingham Club.
“We have drawn inspiration from the site’s location, using silver and grey to reflect the industrial past, carefully balancing this with accents of warm ochre, French blue and greens to create focal points. Brushed copper and brass, Verre Eglomise and leather furniture adds a depth of luxury to the scheme.
“The home will be a sanctuary from the hubbub of London after business meetings or a day’s shopping in the local high-end boutiques, I wanted the interiors to reflect this, without compromising on the luxuriousness of it. The space is versatile and ready for both formal entertaining and family time.”
Pam Reardon, Sales Director, Barratt East London, adds:
“With only four townhouses remaining at Fulham Riverside, and all apartments now sold, this show home represents the final chapter of the development. Our scheme has been hugely popular, especially with owner-occupiers who specifically enjoy the riverside location, beautifully landscaped gardens and the proximity to Chelsea.”
Fulham Riverside is a development of 401 new homes, with underground car parking and a flagship 100,000 sq. ft. Sainsbury’s superstore. Residents have a wealth of amenities including a badminton court, table tennis and chess tables, outdoor gym, fitness suite, a Conran-designed lobby with 24-hour concierge service and X acres of landscaped gardens. The development has also opened up one of the last remaining undeveloped riverfront locations to the public by way of a riverside boulevard.
Located on the prestigious north bank of the Thames, between Chelsea and Putney, the area is home to some of London’s finest schools and parks, and the nearby King’s Road in Chelsea offers an abundance of high-end retailers as well as many of London’s most popular restaurants and bars.
The Overground station, Imperial Wharf, is within walking distance, offering links to Clapham Junction, Waterloo, Paddington and Gatwick Airport, and there are a number of bus routes directly outside Fulham Riverside.
Prices for a townhouse on Central Avenue start from £2.695m for a four-bedroom, five-storey townhouse.