The Set, a refurbishment of the infamous film studio offers a fresh take on contemporary London living, bringing this historic building into the 21st century. All within one of south west London’s most desirable and vibrant neighbourhoods.
The Set comprises the conversion of the former film studio buildings into a fabulously eclectic mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments and duplexes, together with four individually designed new build terraced houses.
Each property features a unique, bespoke layout, each individually specified by leading interior architects, Wish London. The historic building, sympathetically transformed by award winning architects Tigg Coll, truly embraces modern living. A rare find in luxury London property.
The overall impact is akin to viewing the property through a cinematic lens, with a string of surprises gradually revealing themselves.
The houses at The Set have been designed and finished to an equally high standard, with fluid interiors effortlessly leading to generous private outdoor spaces.
A number of apartments feature duplex layouts, creating large open-plan spaces with dual aspects and substantial gardens or terraces. Each unit has been individually tailored to provide a rich variety of distinctive features.
The end result is exceptional living space created in and around a historic building in a great part of London.
Sitting midway between Battersea Park and Clapham Junction, The Set offers an enviable variety of entertainment, dining, drinking and shopping opportunities alongside excellent schools and first rate transport connections.
Battersea is an intimate residential area, with great restaurants and bars, all close by. Just down the road is Battersea Square. Its unique setting and continental style dining add a laid-back, village feel to this very special area of London.
There is no shortage of independent pubs and eateries in the area, with a few of the best including Gordon Ramsay, Park Road Kitchen, Flour to the People Bakery, Zocalo Bar, The Woodman, La Moka, Queenswood, The Source, London House and the ‘secret diner-cum-bar’ The King of Ladies Man are all within easy walking distance.
Of course Battersea is also bordered by Chelsea and the iconic King’s Road, offering even more upmarket shops, restaurants, bars and nightlife.