Chelsea's new-builds with vertical gardens

"Living walls" give this new-build apartment scheme in Chelsea a distinctive look.

Visitiors to this week's Chelsea Flower Show may like to take a sneak preview of a nearby new-build apartment scheme of distinction that incorporates "living walls", or vertical gardens, into the design.

Moments from King's Road, Cheyne Terrace, above and below right, in Chelsea Manor Street, is a joint venture between property company Grosvenor and developer Native Land. Behind a handsome, classical-style red stock brick and stone façade are 26 apartments, big enough for family living, with high-quality interiors featuring Bulthaup kitchens and marble-lined bathrooms.


High-quality interiors: behind a handsome, classical-style red stock brick and stone façade 

Communal extras include a temperature-controlled wine cellar, swimming pool and spa treatments, concierge, and underground parking with number-plate recognition.

Prices from £4.5 million for a three-bedroom duplex. Call 020 7758 3180.



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