Boutique apartments at Battersea Square Mews

Set around a cobbled courtyard, homes at Battersea Square Mews have roof terraces and internal glass-walled atriums.
Battersea's aspiration to become "South Chelsea" has taken a step forward with the opening of London House, Gordon Ramsay's latest restaurant in the capital. The new venue is part of a fast-gentrifying patch around the old village surrounding cobbled Battersea Square, at the top of the high street.
Battersea Square Mews is a boutique scheme of apartments and townhouses set around a cobbled courtyard and tucked away from the trafficky corner. Architecturally, the emphasis is on clean, crisp lines, tasteful finishes and light-filled spaces. Townhouses extend to over 3,000 sq ft and have glazed rooftop rooms opening on to terracing, while the two- and three-bedroom flats have an internal glass-walled atrium and roof terrace. All have underfloor heating and comfort cooling, and there is off-street gated parking. Prices from £650,000 to £3,450,000. Call estate agent James Pendleton on 020 3137 8833. With a district being built around Battersea Power Station, no London area is set to change more dramatically over the next decade.

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