Współwłasność w Chelsea: nabrzeża mieszkania od £ 160k w samym rozwoju jak Roman Abramowicz za 30 milionów funtów penthouse

Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich splashed £30 million of his colossal fortune last year on a riverfront penthouse near his beloved Chelsea Football Club.

This month some very fortunate first-time buyers will be able to bag their own stake in the very same development for the considerably more realistic sum of £160,000, when the first affordable homes at Chelsea Waterfront go on sale.

Clarion Housing (lotswaterside.co.uk) is selling dozens of apartments at the site on a “shared equity” basis, pozwalając nabywcom na zakup udziału w nieruchomości z lokalnej rady posiadającego resztę.

W odróżnieniu od współwłasności, oni nie będą płacić czynsz na akcję nie zrobić własne i kiedy chcą sprzedawać będą one odejść z ich części jakichkolwiek zysków.

Ceny zaczynają się od £ 160.000 do A 25 procent udziału jedno-pokojowe mieszkanie, lub 201.000 £ dla A 25 procent udziałów w mieszkaniu z dwoma sypialniami. There are also some three-bedroom flats, priced from £249,000 for 25 procent. Opłaty eksploatacyjne wahają się od około 250- £ £ 280 miesięcznie.

Aby zakwalifikować się kupujący muszą mieszkać lub pracować w ciągu Hammersmith & Fulham, a ich łączna dochód gospodarstwa domowego musi być nie więcej niż £ 90,000.

Cool nightlife

Chelsea Waterfront is set beside Chelsea Creek and within sight of Albert Bridge, on the eight-acre site of the former Lots Road Power Station which was decommissioned in 2001.

Over the next few years, Hong Kong-based Hutchison Property Group will build more than 700 new homes in towers of up to 37 piętrowy.

New shops and restaurants in the original power station building will complement Lots Road’s existing hangouts, including Lots Road Pub & Dining Room, a traditional Victorian boozer transformed into an upscale gastropub.

Nearby is the 606 Club, a Chelsea institution for more than 30 roku. Live music is played seven nights a week, oraz 606 is considered one of London’s finest jazz venues.

Another local pub worth checking out is The Sands End, co-owned by former royal equerry Mark Dyer, and popular with Princes William and Harry in their bachelor days.

Design shops and a river commute

Lots Road is a hotspot for upmarket antiques, bespoke furniture, specialist art and design shops. There’s an auction house and Chelsea Design Centre.

All this, while likely to be beyond the budgets of most first-time buyers, will provide plenty of interiors inspiration.

In terms of green space, Cremorne Gardens are beautifully planted and offer spectacular views over the Thames.

Just on the other side of the river is Battersea Park, while a lost section of the Thames Path is being reopened as part of the Chelsea Waterfront development.

As for getting around, although the tail end of King’s Road was once considered a public transport blackspot, Fulham Broadway Tube station, w Strefie 2 on the District line, is only a 15-minute walk away from the site, while Imperial Wharf Overground station has services to Clapham Junction, West Brompton and beyond.

Alternatively commuters could make the most of their riverside location and simply jump aboard a river bus from Chelsea Harbour Pier, breezing into central London along the Thames.



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