Vicentia Court penthouse with helipad in Battesea London goes up for sale for £2.1M

A VIP-style London penthouse where residents can arrive by helicopter has gone on sale for £2.1 million.  

With lavish interiors and a balcony overlooking the River Thames from Battersea, south west London, the three bedroom 1,904 sq ft penthouse comes complete with a reception room, designer kitchen, principal bedroom suite with main bathroom and separate private balcony.

The home, which takes the top two floors of the exclusive Vicentia Court building also has an upper floor with two further bedroom suites, both with ensuite shower rooms.  

A VIP-style London penthouse where residents can arrive by helicopter has gone up for sale for £2.1 million. Pictured is the living room complete with purple lights and leather seats

A VIP-style London penthouse where residents can arrive by helicopter has gone up for sale for £2.1 million. Pictured is the living room complete with purple lights and leather seats 

The home, which takes the top two floors of the Vicentia Court building also has an upper floor with two further bedroom suites, both with ensuite shower rooms. Pictured is the designer kitchen

The home, which takes the top two floors of the Vicentia Court building also has an upper floor with two further bedroom suites, both with ensuite shower rooms. Pictured is the designer kitchen

Going to gold! One bathroom has gold interiors with a glistening sink and glittering bath tub, as well as a chaise lounge to relax

Going to gold! One bathroom has gold interiors with a glistening sink and glittering bath tub, as well as a chaise lounge to relax

Overlooking the River Thames in Battersea, south west London, the home comes complete with its own helipad for residents to use

Overlooking the River Thames in Battersea, south west London, the home comes complete with its own helipad for residents to use

To add another layer of luxury, the home is adjacent to the Crowne Plaza Hotel restaurant and bar and Spa Verta, meaning residents at Vicentia Court benefit from a 24-hour concierge, communal gardens, private security and in the secure underground parking complex the penthouse has two allocated parking bays.

And those who want to arrive in style  can do so by helicopter, as the building comes with its own heliport. 

The London Heliport is the oldest and only helicopter terminus in the capital. 

Built in 1959, in 2003 the heliport was purchased from Harrods by Weston Homes who in 2010 built the Bridges Wharf development around it, including Vicentia Court. There is also a business centre, health spa, restaurant and bar.

Golden glory: The master bathroom, which has its own en suite, has a chnadlier above the double bed and is complete with a crushed velvet carpet and soft fluffy interiors

Golden glory: The master bathroom, which has its own en suite, has a chnadlier above the double bed and is complete with a crushed velvet carpet and soft fluffy interiors

With very lavish interiors, the three bedroom 1,904 sq.ft. penthouse comes complete with a main reception room with balcony, designer kitchen, principal bedroom suite and a main bathroom. Pictured is the living room which was styled after a VIP club

With very lavish interiors, the three bedroom 1,904 sq.ft. penthouse comes complete with a main reception room with balcony, designer kitchen, principal bedroom suite and a main bathroom. Pictured is the living room which was styled after a VIP club

Built in 1959, in 2003 the heliport was purchased from Harrods by Weston Homes who in 2010 built the Bridges Wharf development around it, including Vicentia Court, creating one of Battersea's premier Thameside addresses comprising 252 luxury apartments, hotel accommodation, a business centre, heliport facilities, health spa, restaurant and bar

Built in 1959, in 2003 the heliport was purchased from Harrods by Weston Homes who in 2010 built the Bridges Wharf development around it, including Vicentia Court, creating one of Battersea’s premier Thameside addresses comprising 252 luxury apartments, hotel accommodation, a business centre, heliport facilities, health spa, restaurant and bar

The penthouses within the Bridges Wharf development were specifically designed for owners who want to park sports cars and use helicopters.

Now owned by metal tycoons the Reuben Brothers, the London Heliport is predominantly used by privately owned or charted helicopters, ferrying passengers between Battersea and Heathrow, Gatwick or Stansted Airports; it also facilitates the capital’s air ambulance and aerial police units.

The Helipad offers the fastest possible trip of 1 hour 25 minutes between London and Paris as well as locations such as Monaco, and for this reason celebrities, business people and heads of state are frequent customers. 

The helicopter route often facilitates footballers desperate for a last-minute move on transfer deadline day. 

After arriving by helicopter, the owner can enjoy the lower floor of the penthouse which features a vast reception room with the living space forming a curving bay with floor-to-ceiling windows offering views over the River Thames, opening onto a large wrap-around balcony. 

With its coffered ceilings with inset feature lighting, dark tiled flooring and bespoke wallpaper and chandeliers the entertaining space looks like a set for a glamorous music video.

Seeing red! The home is covered in blingy interior and deep reds and purples with even the bathrooms walls covered in a rose print

Seeing red! The home is covered in blingy interior and deep reds and purples with even the bathrooms walls covered in a rose print

Picture this! There is a striking mosaic artwork crowning the bath, depicting a bejewelled female in a style that is both contemporary and reminiscent of medieval Arab and Byzantine art

Picture this! There is a striking mosaic artwork crowning the bath, depicting a bejewelled female in a style that is both contemporary and reminiscent of medieval Arab and Byzantine art

From the chandelier to the bespoke chrome tiled floor to the coffered ceiling, the interiors recall an exclusive private members club and speak of international glamour

From the chandelier to the bespoke chrome tiled floor to the coffered ceiling, the interiors recall an exclusive private members club and speak of international glamour

From the chandelier to the bespoke chrome tiled floor to the coffered ceiling, the interiors recall an exclusive private members club and speak of international glamour.

One wing of the reception room has a full-wall mirror and provides open space, allowing its use for a home gym, dance studio or mini-nightclub inside the penthouse.

The opulent interior design also includes an indented alcove cocktail bar with feature mirrors. 

Located off the reception room the fully-fitted designer kitchen comes with bold lipstick red units and cabinets, black marble worktops, feature ceiling lights and breakfast bar. 

The lower floor is also home to the principal bedroom suite which incorporates a luxurious ensuite bathroom and private balcony. 

The bedroom has a white and gold theme with feature chandelier and headband and a bespoke marble-patterned floor. 

A gold motif continues into the bathroom – the sink, ottoman, window frames, lights, bath rim and taps are all burnished in that colour.

Stairway to heaven: The home is split over two floors with a widening split staircase leading guests up to the top floor

Stairway to heaven: The home is split over two floors with a widening split staircase leading guests up to the top floor

One wing of the reception room has a full-wall mirror and provides open space, allowing its use for a home gym, dance studio or mini-nightclub inside the penthouse

One wing of the reception room has a full-wall mirror and provides open space, allowing its use for a home gym, dance studio or mini-nightclub inside the penthouse

There is a striking mosaic artwork crowning the bath, depicting a bejewelled female in a style that is both contemporary and reminiscent of medieval Arab and Byzantine art. 

The upper floor contains two further bedroom suites, with white and red rose interior design themes, each with their own ensuite shower rooms.

The wrap-around balcony on the lower floor offers views of the London helipad and panoramas over the River Thames towards Chelsea. 

The balcony off the main bedroom overlooks Clapham and the leafy districts of south London, and offers a paved sitting space with room for outdoor furniture.  

Jack Hargreaves, Sales Manager at DEXTERS (Battersea) told FEMAIL: ‘For VIP members club style glamour and the ability to make a stylish entrance, this Battersea penthouse more than fits the bill. 

‘The penthouse at Vicentia Court is perfect for making the most of what London has to offer – though its location, Thames views and luxurious living spaces, and is one of just a few luxury homes in Central London where you can arrive by either car and helicopter.’ 

Views: A large wrap-around balcony offers views of the Thames, including the London helipad and panoramas towards Chelsea

Views: A large wrap-around balcony offers views of the Thames, including the London helipad and panoramas towards Chelsea

The penthouses within the Bridges Wharf development were specifically designed for owners who want to park sports cars and use helicopters, which is subject to landing fees and London Heliport's usual terms and conditions. Now owned by metal tycoons the Reuben Brothers, the London Heliport is predominantly used by privately owned or charted helicopters, ferrying passengers between Battersea and Heathrow, Gatwick or Stansted Airports; it also facilitates the capital's air ambulance and aerial police units

The penthouses within the Bridges Wharf development were specifically designed for owners who want to park sports cars and use helicopters, which is subject to landing fees and London Heliport’s usual terms and conditions. Now owned by metal tycoons the Reuben Brothers, the London Heliport is predominantly used by privately owned or charted helicopters, ferrying passengers between Battersea and Heathrow, Gatwick or Stansted Airports; it also facilitates the capital’s air ambulance and aerial police units