Chelsea Botanica is a boutique development. A limited collection of 133 riverside homes in the highly sought-after location of Chelsea, Fulham. The neighbourhood is known to be home to the likes of Steve McQueen, Oscar Wilde and Stella McCartney. Being so close to the River Thames offers a fantastic opportunity for a morning jog along the river or to travel the Capital by boat from Chelsea Harbour.
South West London is known for its world-class education, Michelin-starred restaurants, vibrant greenery, and the culture the Sloane Club and Saatchi Gallery bring. Boutique shopping is all on your doorstep on The Kings Road. Chelsea Botanica neighbourhood is known for its sophisticated way of life. There are a host of renowned nurseries, schools and universities nearby.
Nature is at the very core of Chelsea Botanica. The developers believe strongly that life is better alongside nature. Therefore the landscaped gardens are all beautiful biodiverse spaces designed in collaboration with the Royal Botanic Gardens of Kew. Within the gardens, one can find a nature trail, raised decks for yoga & relaxation, herb gardens, space for exercise as well as a terraced area for people to eat and socialise. The garden has been designed with more than 70 plant and tree species which are carefully crafted for bird habitats.
There are Wi-Fi-enabled and power-connected pods tucked amongst trees for a very unique setting to study or work from.
The interiors designed by Atelier NM are also inspired by nature, with character and craftsmanship. The bathrooms are designed with beautiful green onyx tiles and gold and brass fittings. The harmony is spectacular. Bedrooms offer silk effect carpets and linen effect wardrobes. The kitchens are a combination of natural wood tones and sage green to provide an organic feel, with modern black steel fixtures. The apartments are designed for residents’ well-being and inner peace.
Chelsea Botanica provides a membership to ‘The Atelier’. Which offers three zones, The Hive, The Hub and The Suite.
The average property values in West London have grown 20% over the past 10 years due to its highly sought-after neighbourhood. Developments by this developer have also shown to have increased at a much higher pace than the average property in the same neighbourhood.
(Sources: Dataloft and Plumplot)