Set on Warriner Gardens, a quiet residential street minutes from the dappled sprawl of Battersea Park and the Thames, Park Terrace offers the perfect combination of entertainment and relaxation.
Vibrant and cultured, Battersea has been the discerning Londoner’s haunt of choice for decades. Just across the river from fashionable Chelsea and a short hop from the City, the area boasts an idyllic combination of riverside walkways and parkland, distinguished Victorian streetscapes and thriving arts and dining scenes. This remarkable neighbourhood also offers some exceptional wine and cocktail bars, small-batch distilleries and cosy traditional pubs.
With the unprecedented rebirth of neighbouring Nine Elms, the 2020 arrival of the Northern line and the landmark redevelopment of Battersea Power Station, recent years have seen the neighbourhood emerge as one of the capital’s most elegant and dynamic residential areas.
Located just steps from Park Terrace, Battersea Park is the wide, open heart of Battersea – an expansive 200-acre green space that lines the south bank of the Thames.
A combination of rolling parkland, formal gardens, woodland and nature reserves, Battersea Park offers residents a range of arts and events spaces, a waterfront café, boating lake and children’s zoo. The park’s sports facilities include tennis courts, a running track and cricket pitches that are home to the famous King’s Road Cricket & Social Club.
From Queenstown Road
|Clapham Junction||5 minutes|
|Gatwick Airport*||38 minutes|
From Battersea Park
|Wandsworth Common||7 minutes|
|Heathrow Airport*||60 minutes|
From Park Terrace
|Harris Academy||3 minutes|
|Battersea Park||5 minutes|
|The Lighthouse Pub||6 minutes|
|The Oak SW11||13 minutes|
|Newton Prep School||13 minutes|
|Battersea Market||15 minutes|
|Thomas’s Battersea||16 minutes|
|Cadogan Pier||18 minutes|
From Park Terrace
|Battersea Power Station||6 minutes|
|New Covent Garden Market||6 minutes|
|Battersea Arts Centre||8 minutes|
|Clapham Common||10 minutes|
|Virgin Active||11 minutes|
|Lambeth Academy||15 minutes|
|Natural History Museum||16 minutes|
Travel times are taken from Trainline and Google Maps and should be used as an approximate guideline only. *Station change required.