Purchasing High Net Worth Property
Chelsea Harbour, London
Situated on the bank of the River Thames, Chelsea Harbour is a brand new mixed-use development built on the site of an ex-British Rail Coal Yard and Victorian-era railway coaling dock. The scheme comprises both apartments and penthouses with views over the marina, and access to concierge and underground parking.
Centred around the marina with its yachts and speedboats, Chelsea Harbour is a world away from the busy and vibrant King’s Road which is nearby. The Chelsea Harbour Hotel and luxury apartments overlook a quiet inlet creating a peaceful and unique setting in Central London, and the development also includes the Chelsea Harbour Marina and Chelsea Harbour Design Centre.
Chelsea Harbour is next door to Imperial Wharf mainline station, with regular links to Brompton Road and Clapham Junction, and the nearest tube stations are Fulham Broadway and Sloane Square – both served by the District line, with Sloane Square also on the Circle line.
Residents can also make use of the river bus services from Chelsea Harbour Pier to Putney and Blackfriars Millennium Pier.
Property in Chelsea Harbour
The average property price in Chelsea harbour is £1,208,307, with typical prices for a one-bedroom apartment £600,000 to buy and £1,841 per month, and a two-bedroom apartment reaches £1million and £3,427 per month. A luxury penthouse can be bought for £8million and you will get stunning river views.
Securing a mortgage in Chelsea Harbour
Properties in Chelsea Harbour are typically upward of £1million, which can be more complicated to secure a mortgage for. Unless you have a very large deposit, arranging a £1million+ mortgage at a high loan to value (LTV) can be very difficult—so a good broker with excellent contacts across London can help.
A broker like Enness has ample experience securing such mortgages, and has the knowledge of the London property market to ensure the best solution.
Is it still a good idea to invest in London property?
There have been conflicting reports over the last year about the state of the London property market—but price stagnation means now is a good time for buyers to drive a hard bargain. For more information about why now is a good time to invest in luxury London real estate, click here.
Whatever your personal profile is—be that a foreign national from the Middle East, an expat, a self-employed worker or an employee with large bonus income—we have the contacts to find you the perfect mortgage and complete the purchase of your property in Chelsea Harbour.