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Chelsea Barracks represents a historic collaboration between world-renowned architects, best-in-class landscapers and the finest craftsmanship.
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The design and quality of finish in the properties has all been carefully considered and meticulously executed. The kitchens offer elegant and functional spaces; the work surfaces have been carved from Bianca Eclipse natural stone finished by Italian stone Artisans, the bronzed ironwork balustrades which frame the balconies and windows are a bespoke design inspired by the botanical prints of William Morris and the elegant wood floors and fitted bespoke cabinetry is crafted to endure using the highest select grade FSC certified European Oak. Chelsea Barracks offers elegant living with modern conveniences and high spec finishes which includes:
About Chelsea Barracks
This world-class estate comprises a rare collection of apartments, penthouses and townhouses woven naturally within 12.8 acres of traditional garden squares. Designed to redefine luxury living, Chelsea Barracks celebrates British heritage and craftsmanship, whilst creating a legacy for future generations to come.
Chelsea Barracks represents a historic collaboration between the finest masterplanners and minds in the architectural world, to establish an entirely new neighbourhood within London’s most esteemed enclave.
This world-class masterplan comprises a rare collection of apartments and townhouses, which reintroduce London’s famous garden squares to Belgravia, with five acres of new public space and exquisite amenities.
Chelsea Barracks is situated in Belgravia, generously furnished with fine dining destinations, luxury boutiques, antiquarian and culinary riches. A highly coveted central London address, this prestigious district is bordered by Sloane Street and the infamous King's Road; abundant with luxury stores, iconic boutiques, contemporary furnishing stores and fine art galleries.
On Pimlico Road antique shops abound, while Daylesford Farmshop and cafe provides organic food sourced from the idyllic Cotswolds. An exceptional selection of the highest ranking schools and universities in the UK are also within close proximity of Chelsea Barracks.Disclaimer
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Original watercolours documenting the flora of Highgrove Gardens will be on display at a free exhibition at Chelsea Barracks from today (Thursday 5 August) and will run until September 26.
The Highgrove Florilegium: Watercolours Depicting Plants Grown in The Garden at Highgrove will coincide with the nearby Chelsea Flower Show from September 21-26 and will feature work by 72 artists from around the world, who captured the floral displays at the home of Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.
The watercolours were painted for the book The Highgrove Florilegium, a two-volume set of botanical prints depicting the plants, vegetables, fruit and trees grown in the garden at Highgrove. This publication is a culmination of seven years of work by 72 of the leading botanical artists and is accompanied by text compiled by botanists at the Natural History Museum and was published in 2008 and 2009.
An exhibition of 89 of the 124 watercolours in the book, with representation of all 72 artists, is now open at The Garrison Chapel.
We are delighted to announce that The Prince’s Foundation has taken officially occupancy of The Garrison Chapel.
The charity, whose president is HRH The Prince of Wales, will be based in the Grade II-listed Chapel and use the beautifully restored gallery space to exhibit elements of the charity’s work, with a particular emphasis on sustainability through supporting everything from traditional arts and heritage crafts skills to architecture and design, science, engineering, horticulture and wellbeing.
Chelsea Barracks has always placed huge emphasis on sustainability within the built environment and has looked to the newest technology as well as age old traditions and craftsmanship to ensure we created a destination where communities can live and thrive for generations. The Princes Foundation’s raison d'être chimes harmoniously with this founding pillar of Chelsea Barracks; through education, training and financial support, The Prince’s Foundation ensure that we regenerate and care for places where communities thrive and visitors enjoy.
Chelsea Barracks is officially the most sustainable development in Europe. The development is one of only 16 in the world to achieve LEED platinum certification for green building.
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