WELCOME HOME TO YOUR BEAUTIFULLY CRAFTED APARTMENT
MILLBANK QUARTER, 9 MILLBANK
Standing proudly on the banks of the majestic River Thames in the beating heart of historic Westminster, 9 Millbank is a new residential address encapsulating all of British luxury and style. Millbank Quarter is an exciting new build that celebrates the neoclassical style of its architectural past. Featuring contemporary interior design by Goddard Littlefair and world-class leisure facilities for the ultimate modern lifestyle.
Millbank Quarter is the epitome of modern luxury living in central London. A statement address in a highly prized location on the River Thames, these stylish, spacious and beautifully finished apartments embrace elegance and comfort in every detail. The building is set around a delightfully landscaped inner courtyard, a tranquil outdoor space where you can relax and escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Leisure facilities exclusive to the residents at 9 Millbank include a state-of-the-art gym, a luxurious swimming pool, spa and treatment rooms, a private cinema screening room, various meeting rooms and underground parking. A 24-hour concierge service is on hand to help you with all of your needs, from the ordinary to the extraordinary.
Millbank Quarter is a 10-minute walk from Westminster Underground station, connecting you to Bond Street in 4 minutes, South Kensington in 9 minutes, and Heathrow Airport in only 40 minutes. St James's Park and Pimlico stations are less than 15 minutes’ walk away, both of them one stop from Victoria overground and underground stations. Soho and Covent Garden are within easy reach, just 1.5 miles away.
For centuries London has been providing the great and the good with a world-class education. The London School of Economics and Political Science and Imperial College London are two of the country's top five universities, while Westminster School has been turning out the nation's most acclaimed poets, performers, philosophers, and even several prime ministers, for more than 500 years.
1. London School of Economics and Political Science
2. The Maughan Library, King's College London
3. Royal Academy of Arts