Prince of Wales Drive is situated in a prime Zone 1 location with easy access across the Capital. The Saatchi Gallery, Kensington Palace, and Royal Albert Hall are all close by. Good transport connections allow easy access to reach many of London’s prestigious landmarks, theatres, restaurants, and shopping areas.
Prince of Wales Drive is perfectly positioned, with fast connections across the Capital. From a short boat ride to Chelsea Harbour or a quick taxi ride to Sloane Square, it is easy to enjoy the best of London. Benefiting from the new Northern Line extension at Battersea Power Station, the Underground station will provide access to the City and West End in less than 15 minutes with this new connection.
All journey times are approximate and may not be direct. Source: maps.google.co.uk and nationalrail.co.uk
Eat, Drink, Explore
In the centre of a thriving local community, a five minute walk from the tranquillity of the River Thames and just a short drive from Sloane Square, Chelsea, Kensington and the West End.
Discover nature nearby
Residents can enjoy the gardens and nature areas of the 200-acre Battersea Park just moments away. Renowned for its peaceful trails, leisure and family activities, this vast expanse of open parkland is one of the few of its kind in central London.
So much to discover
This historic park has so much to offer for local residents. Take time out to watch the world go by and enjoy the mouth-watering menu at the Pear Tree Cafe. Hire a boat out on the lake, cycle along the many pathways beside the river and get active at the many sports clubs. Children can enjoy the Children’s Zoo located within Battersea Park or tackle the adventure playground at Go Ape.
Enjoy delicacies and delights
Food – Art – Cinema – Shopping – Retail – Events. The newly revitalised Grade II Listed Battersea Power Station is becoming Battersea’s new retail, leisure and dining destination. With the four iconic chimney towers in full view from Upper Park Residences, this landmark destination is just a short stroll away. Circus West Village at Battersea Power Station is one of London’s latest retail, leisure and dining destinations, including Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza restaurant and The Turbine Theatre. Established restaurants offer some of the finest cuisine in the area and the weekend street markets attract people from all over London. Busy bars and pop-up eateries add to the atmosphere every evening and boutique stores – like The Battersea General Store and Moyses Stevens Flower School – cannot be found anywhere else in the city.
Find entertainment just minutes away
Known in every corner of the globe, London’s West End is just a short journey from Upper Park Residences. One of the world’s most distinguished arts, entertainment and retail destinations, the shops of Bond Street and Oxford Circus lead on to the eclectic bars of Soho and the theatres around Piccadilly Circus. With almost too much to explore all at once, these are places to come back to time and time again.
Explore Kensington and Chelsea
Directly over the river lies Kensington and Chelsea – two of the Capital’s areas famed for fashion and culture. The legendary stores around the King’s Road, Sloane Square and High Street Kensington are just the start. Pavilion Road is home to boutique stores such as Heidi Klein, Kate Spade and Olivia Von Halle.