1,000 New Homes For West London As Kensington Row Launches
- The first collection of homes at a new development, Kensington Row come available as the completion of the Warwick Road masterplan draws a crucial step closer
- The first building to be released, Thomas Earle House will comprise 82 new one, two, three and four bedroom apartments and penthouses and will help to create more than 1,000 new homes for the area
- This new development is a key part of the Warwick Road masterplan - one of the largest regeneration schemes in Kensington, transforming this area of the Capital
- Alongside new homes, the masterplan will deliver a brand new school for more than 200 local children, landscaped gardens and a public linear park
A pivotal milestone in the delivery of the Warwick Road masterplan has been reached today (27th September 2014) as leading developer St Edward launches its second major scheme as part of the ambitious Warwick Road masterplan to regenerate the area.
A collection of 82, one, two, three and four bedroom apartments and penthouses at the new development, Kensington Row are the very first to come available at the scheme, giving buyers a new opportunity to purchase their dream home in this sought after area. When complete, Kensington Row will comprise of over 500 superior homes, courtyards, landscaped gardens and attractive linear park.
The new development is a key part of regeneration plans developed by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and delivered by St Edward, to create more than 1,000 new homes; a brand new school and landscaped grounds and linear park. Together, the site spans more than seven acres. This already flourishing community, boosted by the arrival of new residents moving into nearby 375 Kensington High Street, also by St Edward, will be home to more than 2,300 people.
Located in an area which has seen unprecedented demand for new homes, both Kensington Row and 375 Kensington High Street are playing an essential role in meeting housing needs for the area whilst breathing new life into this part of the borough. When fully complete, the two schemes will have replaced a series of unsightly commercial buildings in an area of Kensington that had previously been neglected.
Paul Vallone, Executive Chairman, St Edward said: "The launch of Kensington Row represents a pivotal milestone for the area and St Edward. As well as creating a large number of desirable new homes, it marks another step towards the completion of the Warwick Road masterplan that had been set out by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea to breathe new life into the area and create much needed new housing.
"The community and our prospective buyers are at the very heart of the scheme with careful and tireless attention to detail paid to the design and layouts of the new homes and helping to transform the local streetscape into an attractive environment for all who live and work in the area.
"With completions already underway at 375 Kensington Street and the creation of the new public linear park, you can really see this community come together."
The first collection of homes to be released at Kensington Row are located in Thomas Earle House, ideally nestled between the linear park and private landscaped courtyard. This architecturally impressive building of twelve storeys boasts spacious, light-filled apartments befitting of their desirable location. Apartments and penthouses range from just over 1,000 sq ft to over 3,000 sq ft in size and have been thoughtfully designed to exude prestige and luxury with open plan living areas finished with the finest materials and a variety of bespoke features. Touches such as engineered timber flooring, veneered architraves and Swarovski crystals starry sky lighting in bathrooms ensure the apartments and penthouse complement the grandeur and history of the local area. Meanwhile, large terraces and balconies provide stunning views across the greenery of the Kensington streetscape.
In keeping with the traditional feel of the local area and its garden squares, Kensington Row has been designed to emulate a 'garden in the city', creating a peaceful oasis in the heart of Kensington with the creation of courtyards and greenery providing a peaceful and scenic retreat for its growing community.
Kensington Row has been designed by award-winning architect Michael Squire of Squire and Partners to create elegantly designed homes in one of London's most desirable postcodes. Situated in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, the development is a prestigious address on the doorstep of royal palaces and critically acclaimed cultural attractions such as Royal Albert Hall and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Residents at Kensington Row have an excellent range of leisure facilities on their doorstep, including a private swimming and vitality pool and exclusive treatment rooms. Residents also have access to a state-of-the-art gymnasium, fitted with the latest sporting and work-out equipment. The development also comes with an onsite private cinema for the exclusive use of residents and a 24 hour hotel-style concierge service attending to residents' every need.
Thomas Earle House is estimated to complete in 2017.
Prices at Thomas Earle House start from £2m for a two bedroom apartment. For further information, please contact St Edward on 020 7118 0500 or visit www.kensingtonrow.co.uk
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