Strutt & Parker are delighted to bring to the market an exclusive collection of Premium Apartments at Television Centre: The Architects’ Series.
In their conception of the Architects’ Series, the dedicated design team posed a simple question: What are ‘premium’ buyers looking for? The answers were choice, character and uniqueness.
This unique three bedroom apartment, with interior design by Fran Hickman, is located on the eight floor of Television Centre and forms part of the limited Architects’ Series.
The handpicked architects, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (ahmm) have developed this unique apartment as part of The Architects’ Series, and in doing so have cultivated their enduring philosophy to redefine space. Their signature architectural style is much in evidence, which places the kitchen at the centre of any living arrangement: Here, an open-plan living and dining room, three roof terraces, and three generous bedrooms have been planned concentrically around the heart of this home.
All three bedrooms benefit from built-in wardrobes and en-suite bath or shower rooms. From the entrance hall there is access to a guest WC and a separate utility room with terrazzo worktop. With the exception of the bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchen, flooring is engineered oak throughout.
Designed with the occasional catered cocktail party in mind, the kitchen of this beautifully configured apartment can be closed off from the living area with a discreet sliding door, but equally opened up to maintain a natural spatial flow. The breakfast bar overlooks a beautiful planted roof terrace with all the trappings of a Singaporean sky garden (Jon M. Chu, eat your heart out!). Each bedroom benefits from its own en-suite, and two have direct access to a vast lateral terrace overlooking the private and stunningly planted Crescent courtyard. The two west-facing terraces allow for panoramic views of West London as well as the little-known Hammersmith Park, a hidden gem of serene greenery with tennis courts, Japanese gardens and a bowling green.
In her exquisite designs for this apartment, Soho House interiors veteran Fran Hickman has used the architects’ rich material palette of walnut, black basalt and soft grey finishes as inspiration for a pool of deep, dusky tones that gleam, jewel-like, in the sunlight. The full-length windows at the east and west ends of the living space allow these superb interiors to be illuminated by an epic scope of sunrises and sunsets, perpetuating the vibrant drama of this unique home.
Television Centre is served by three local stations. White City on the Central line provides transport to Bond Street in 12 minutes, Bank in 22 minutes and Canary Wharf in 32 minutes.
Television Centre will be only a short journey from Crossrail, accessible at Ealing Broadway, Paddington and Bond Street. Wood Lane on the Circle and Hammersmith & City lines offers links to Paddington for mainline and Heathrow Express services in 7 minutes and St Pancras International for mainline and Eurostar services in 20 minutes.
Shepherds Bush Overground station provides quick access to Kensington Olympia in 2 minutes and Chelsea Harbour via Imperial Wharf in 5 minutes.
The West End is a 10-minute drive via the Westway (A40), and London Heathrow is only half an hour by taxi. Walking in West London is a pleasure, with Portobello Road, Westbourne Grove and Holland Park only a stroll away.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||1.6%||£1,065,000||3.6||1.3|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£657,488 (4)||£741,563 (16)||£871,838 (57)||£1,286,273 (47)||£1,351,176 (17)|
|Flats||£506,718 (138)||£663,751 (130)||£795,890 (47)||£905,754 (13)||-|
|All||£510,965 (142)||£672,278 (146)||£837,516 (104)||£1,203,828 (60)||£1,351,176 (17)|