21 . 11 . 2019
The third and final phase of luxury homes at The Dumont development on the River Thames has been launched.
The Alta Collection, created by St James that is part of the Berkeley Group, includes six homes with four bedrooms that offer views over the river and landmarks such as the Houses of Parliament, Battersea Power Station and the London Eye.
The six apartments are located on the Albert Embankment opposite Tate Britain and near Damien Hurst’s Newport Street Gallery, and offer open plan living areas filled with natural light. The living room offers a large bay window with panoramic views, and furnishings have been worked on by British interior designers Spinocchia Freund.
The fully-fitted kitchens have Miele appliances, and the homes are located from the 18th to 29th floors all featuring balconies and some have terraces with outdoor kitchens and Jacuzzis.
Amenities include an observatory on floor 12 with a private residents’ lounge, dining area and secret garden. The Dumont has plenty of entertainment on offer that includes a games room, ten-pin bowling lane and private cinema.
There is a 24-hour concierge desk and underground parking and residents will have access to the Vitality room spa facilities at neighbouring St James scheme, The Corniche.
The Vitality room has a juniper walled sauna, steam room, and rainforest shower, as well as treatment rooms, gym and infinity pool. Residents will also have access to the Skyline club lounge on the 19th floor at The Corniche.
Found in Zone 1, The Dumont is close to Vauxhall Station that is under a 10-minute walk, offering access to the Victoria Line.
For further information on The Dumont and to visit the marketing suite, contact St James on 020 3504 8532 or visit www.stjames.co.uk
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