Prices start at GBP650,000 for Savills’ London project Embassy Gardens

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Savills Singapore is marketing homes at Embassy Gardens, a mixed-use development located in Nine Elms, Central London. The company is hosting an property exhibit that showcases Embassy Gardens from March 18-24 in the Savills office in Prudential Tower. The event will feature seminars on the investment on UK property.

The homes located at Embassy Gardens start from GBP650,000 for a studio unit GBP695,000 for a single-bedroom apartment or GBP975,000 for a 2-bedroom apartment, and GBP1.195 million to buy a 3-bedroom home.

Embassy Gardens is located within the Nine Elms regeneration project on the south bank of the River Thames. The project will result in the construction of more than 1,500 residences, F&B spaces, and 130,000 square feet of shopping space. Embassy Gardens is located next to the brand new US Embassy located in Nine Elms which opened in the year 2018. Nine Elms is located between Battersea Park and Vauxhall, and houses the newly regenerated Battersea Power Station.

The first phase of Embassy Gardens has been completed and is being delivered to the Ballymore Group. “Embassy Gardens” is a renowned residential developmentthat is highlighted by its famous sky pool that is a major factor in its worldwide renown. The project is now completed and is extremely popular with both owner-occupiers and investors with a strong demand from both types of buyers” states Otto Twist, director of London residential development at Savills.

Phase 2 of Embassy Gardens is currently being completed through EcoWorld Ballymore, a joint partnership between Ballymore and the Malaysia-listed developer EcoWorld International.

“Apart of being the most iconic construction of Nine Elms, Embassy Gardens continues to delight us with their varied options for living,” says Jacqueline Wong who is the director of Residential Services at Savills Singapore. “It continues to attract local residents as well as investors due to their long-standing track in attracting tenants.”