Saturday 28th April, marked the launch of Fairwood Place created by St William part of the Berkeley Group, a collection of new homes in the heart of Borehamwood, comprising 78 one and two bedroom apartments, all with private external space and gated parking. The development is perfectly situated, close to the train station, offering commuters swift connections into central London.
Wesley House is the first of two phases to be launched at Fairwood Place and presents an exceptional opportunity to buy a new home on the north London commuter belt in an up and coming bustling town. Each home offers spacious, high specification interiors, some with wrap-around balconies while others feature ground floor terraces and gardens. All homes have secure car parking and access to a cycle storage.
Fairwood Place is located just 100 metres from Elstree and Borehamwood railway station. Rail connections to central London are fast and frequent - just 18 minutes to King's Cross St Pancras, 31 minutes to Bond Street and 37 minutes to Waterloo. All London airports can be reached with ease, with Luton 21 minutes by train and by road, Heathrow is 40 minutes and Stansted is 55 minutes.
Fairwood Place is a four minute walk from Borehamwood Town Centre, which offers high street favourites, independent boutiques, cafés and restaurants. Borehamwood rests within 80 acres of green space within a 3.5 mile radius and possesses excellent schools considered among the best independent schools in the country.
High specification interiors
Each home embraces open plan living spaces with generous floor to ceiling windows and LED downlighters throughout. Kitchens are equipped to a high standard, including integrated Siemens appliances with induction hob, full-height fridge freezer and a dishwasher. The specification also includes composite stone worktops, fitted wardrobes to master bedrooms, custom designed vanity units and stylish bathroom fittings with heated towel rails.
Green trails in the LOOP
Fairwood Place is close to the woodland trails that form part of the London Outer Orbital Path (LOOP), a serene signposted walk through for parks, woods and fields around the fringes of the Capital. The expansive routes through London's trails from Elstree and Borehamwood railway station, towards Hatch End or east towards Cockfosters, are renowned for featuring some of the LOOP's most attractive open spaces and commons.
A landscape led approach
St William is a joint venture between National Grid and the Berkeley Group and has expertise in delivering places that put people and places first. St William has a unique landscape led approach to creating new homes and communities, by re-connecting complex former gasworks sites to the surrounding area. The result is creating developments that are sensitively and sustainably designed with the future at the front of the mind.
Apartments at Wesley House will launch from Elstree Studios, with appointment times from 10am to 4pm on Saturday 28th April 2018. To RSVP please email firstname.lastname@example.org.