Queenshurst

Kingston, KT2 5NZ

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  • Residents' gym & 24-hour concierge
  • Cinema room & residents' suite
  • New linear park & central garden square
  • 5 minute walk to Kingston train station
Queenshurst, situated in the heart of the lively market town of Kingston-upon-Thames, is a collection of stylish apartments ideally located just a five minute walk from the town's train station and town centre. Not only is this Thames-side town home to a fantastic selection of shops, bars and restaurants, it also has the advantage of quick and easy access to Central London.

Local Area

Berkeley, Queenshurst

Situated in a prime position in Kingston, Queenshurst makes the most of its central position in close proximity to the vibrant town centre.

Kingston train station is just a 5-minute walk away providing fast rail links into Central London. The bus station on Cromwell Road is also just 5-minutes' walk and operates 24-hour routes to Putney, Clapham, Richmond, Ealing and Heathrow. Kingston University operates a bus service from this station which links all its campuses.

 

Berkeley, Queenshurst

Queenshurst provides a gateway to the finest educational institutions in the capital, giving parents an exciting opportunity to invest in their children's future. Students from around the world gather at the city's elite universities, including the Royal College of Art, Imperial College, University College London, and London School of Economics and Political Science, to name just a few.

Both Kingston University and the University of Roehampton are within easy reach of Queenshurst. Kingston College's School of Art & Design is adjacent to the development, and a range of excellent schools - such as Hampton School, the Tiffin School, Surbiton High School, Kingston Grammar School and St Luke's Primary School - are also close by.

 

Berkeley, Queenshurst

Just a short walk away from Queenshurst lies a dynamic cluster of bars and restaurants, each with a distinct identity and creative signature.

Award-winning pub The Canbury Arms serves up superb seasonal specials and a carefully curated selection of real ales from its Cask Marque-rated cellar; and is less than a 10-minute walk away, to the east of the river and Kingston train station.

Along the river, you'll find plenty of opportunities to relax and enjoy drinks with friends. Here, the bustling food scene stretches from chic, lively Latin American restaurants such as Las Iguanas and CAU, through to French brasserie Côte and relaxed Italian Carluccio's. The Stein's beer garden provides the perfect place to unwind after a day of work, while bar and kitchen Woody's is known for its emphasis on locally sourced ingredients.

 

Berkeley, Queenshurst

Kingston's four large shopping areas are home to a diverse mix of shops and boutiques, spread across thoughtfully designed shopping centres, covered arcades and market squares. Stylish and quirky independent shops sit alongside premium department stores such as Bentalls and John Lewis, providing ample options for shoppers to choose from.

The innovative redesign of the Ancient Market earned Kingston the accolade of the Great British High Street Award in 2014 and has created a vibrant community hub around the welcoming, piazza-style space, which is dotted with timber market stalls and lit up by a "glowing orchard".

 

Berkeley, Queenshurst

The parklands of Hampton Court, adjacent to the former royal residence of Henry VIII and Richmond Park, which provides 2,500 acres of open heath and wooded hills roamed by wild red and fallow deer, are a short drive away. Nearby Bushy Park provides a lovely mix of play areas, cafés and ponds.

Kingston is surrounded by green parks and open spaces, promoting a relaxed, outdoor lifestyle throughout the year. Memorial gardens, the Fairfield and Kingston Road Recreation Grounds and Canbury Gardens - a picturesque park, complete with a community pavilion, play areas and eight tennis courts - are all within easy walking distance.

These come in addition to Queenshurst's new garden square and linear park, where residents can relax amid the new landscaped green space.

 

Berkeley, Queenshurst

First-rate sporting facilities offer a range of outdoor activities in and around Kingston, from paddle boarding and boating on the Thames, to horse riding, cricket, rugby and tennis. Residents can enjoy a round of golf at Coombe Hill Golf Club, one of England's most highly rated and traditional courses, as well as the chance to join four excellent local gyms, including Virgin Active and
David Lloyd.

Kingston's exciting cultural attractions invite residents to experience film, theatre, music and comedy in many different ways, whether in the form of literary festivals, classical concerts or 3D screenings of the very latest films at its Odeon IMAX cinema. The Rose Theatre, a grand arts venue that mirrors the style of its Elizabethan counterpart in London, shows drama of the highest quality, while the Outside the Box club highlights the best of the comedy circuit.

 

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