Unveiled to the public for the first time in 150 years, Chelsea Barracks has been transformed from a dilapidated British Army barracks into a coveted residential neighbourhood boasting a holistic lifestyle.

Photography by Alexander James for Qatari Diar

Developed by Qatari Diar Europe, the sprawling 12.8-acre historic site is now home to a collection of apartments, townhouses, penthouses and mews houses, as well as The Garrison Club – a state-of-the-art amenity offering that includes a 12,700sqft private spa, a 20-metre swimming pool, a tepidarium, a cinema and more, with 24-hour concierge service for residents. Scroll through the gallery below to experience the timeless design:

With its furnished show residence revealed late last year, interior design studio Elicyon’s painstaking aesthetic approach is evident in every corner of the luxury abode. (Photography by Ray Main on behalf of Elicyon)

While paying tribute to the site’s military heritage with a palette of blues inspired by the Chelsea Pensioners’ navy-blue undress uniforms, the property also features exquisite detailing, such as a sophisticated ivory canvas dotted with accents of gold that exudes a sense of timeless elegance, as well as bespoke joinery taking its cue from the nearby Chelsea Bridge. (Photography by Ray Main on behalf of Elicyon)

Among several units, this 4,300sqft dwelling with a soaring 2.8-metre-high ceiling includes four en suite bedrooms, two living rooms, a dining room, a cinema room, a study, and a kitchen complete with top-notch lighting fixtures and appliances. (Photography by Ray Main on behalf of Elicyon)

For this property, the icing on the cake is the ethereal public gardens, spanning five acres. (Photography by Ray Main on behalf of Elicyon)

The elegantly appointed open kitchen is every home chef's dream. (Photography by Alexander James for Qatari Diar)

This sophisticated study will sure double your productivity. (Photography by Alexander James for Qatari Diar)

The dining area exudes grandeur and subtle glamour. (Photography by Ray Main on behalf of Elicyon)

The private quaters are imbued with nature-inspired decorative schemes. (Left: Photography by Ray Main on behalf of Elicyon; right: Photography by Alexander James for Qatari Diar)

The soothing bedroom is where we all long to retreat to every night. (Photography by Ray Main on behalf of Elicyon)

Sleek design details complete the serene scene. (Photography by Ray Main on behalf of Elicyon)

Different shades of green brighten up the relatively tranquil colour palette. (Photography by Ray Main on behalf of Elicyon)

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