Welcome to The Chimes
At Home in the Capital
The Chimes is a collection of 39 one and two bedroom retirement apartments. This Westminster development comprises two gracefully modern buildings separated by a planted courtyard, framed by a colonnade. This is a place where people can enjoy an enviable lifestyle with exceptionally high standards of service in their own home.
Award-winning architects Mæ have created a sense of distinguished seclusion, hidden from view on Horseferry Road, in London’s most prestigious neighbourhood.
What's on Offer
The single most distinguishing feature of life in Chimes is the unrivalled service. The Host at the development can organise apartment deliveries or arrange for a car to take you to your favourite restaurant. Little everyday conveniences, like visiting a proper barber, are never too much to ask for at Chimes. The development also has a car parking facility
The development features a gym and stretch studio fitted with first-class fitness equipment. After an invigorating workout, head downstairs to the lounge bar to pick out a drink from the curated selection of London spirits or the wine collection.
Make an Enquiry
Register with us today and we will keep you up to date on this age exclusive development, plus you can opt to receive information on events or offers that we run our Westminster apartments.
As part of Helicon, you have full visibility on how money is spent and a say in how the development is managed and run.
The on-site Helicon team are not just there to manage and maintain the building, but also to engage with the surrounding community at each development, forming relationships with local services, suppliers and producers to create an experience that benefits the whole community.
The breakdown of service charges and monthly payments vary by development and what services are on offer.
Living in Westminster
This is not the place to extol the virtues of living in London; but it’s worth remembering that Westminster itself is not all tourist attraction, media circus and Parliamentary business.
A leisurely Sunday morning stroll around Vincent Square or Dean’s Yard, or through the backwaters of Great College Street, Barton Street and Cowley Street is a pleasure in itself; St John’s Smith Square affords many cultural delights with concerts at lunchtime and in the evening; and then there’s Pimlico (no passport required), which still has a village-like feel. All these within no more than a five-minute walk.