St William, part of the Berkeley Group, has launched Moselle Gardens at Clarendon, the latest chapter of this thriving new 12-acre city village situated between Hornsey and Wood Green in North London.
Named after the Moselle River, which runs through Clarendon, the 288 new homes at Moselle Gardens complete the latest phase of this significant regeneration scheme and marks a key milestone for this new neighbourhood. Alongside a new Co-op food store, new squares and gardens, it will also deliver a new community centre as well as extensive residents’ facilities in The Park Club.
Moselle Gardens also introduces Moselle Walk, a new green footpath that meanders the western edge of the new neighbourhood. Private podium roof gardens and a new central courtyard provide communal dining tables and play areas for children, creating open spaces for neighbours and visitors to come together. Moselle Gardens builds on the progress already made at Clarendon, where more than 700 homes are either completed or under construction, in addition to the new one-acre Hornsey Park which opened to local residents last year. Once complete, this 12-acre city village will provide more than 1,700 new homes, 125,000 sq ft of commercial space and five acres of green open space.
Welcome to The Park Club
Residents at Moselle Gardens will benefit from direct access to The Park Club - Clarendon’s extensive resident facilities. Bringing together the best of work, rest and play, The Park Club features a 16-metre swimming pool, sauna, steam room, spin cycle studio, yoga room, a state-of-the-art gym and treatment room.
Those working from home can make use of flexible workspaces which include private meeting and dining areas, as well as a striking residents’ lounge and lobby area. For added peace of mind, a 24-hour concierge service is readily available.
Tranquil New Walking Routes and Outside Spaces
Alongside the new homes and The Park Club, Moselle Gardens also introduces a range of new, tranquil green spaces and pathways throughout Clarendon that create new connections to key surrounding areas.
These include the new Moselle Walk, which follows the path of the Moselle River that flows beneath it. Celebrating nature and the outdoors, Moselle Walk creates an ecologically rich walkway that encourages biodiversity to flourish. A number of features including bat/bird boxes, log pile and insect hotels will be incorporated throughout the route to further enhance and support existing wildlife.
The gated walkway will feature low-level ground lighting to minimise impact on wildlife, whilst seating will allow users to enjoy a sense of nature.
Clarendon’s landscape-led masterplan seeks to create places that encourage connections with nature and heritage. In total, it will deliver 71% net gain biodiversity with around 250 trees, parkland, habitats and native planting and green roofs, creating a highly sustainable and low carbon neighbourhood.
The new pedestrian walking routes throughout Moselle Gardens help to provide new connections from Clarendon to the surrounding neighbourhoods of Wood Green, Alexandra Palace and Hornsey.
Alexandra Park can be directly accessed from Penstock Tunnel, which is to be updated as part of Haringey Council’s Improving Wood Green programme.
City Skyline Views
The new homes at Moselle Gardens include studio, one, two and three bedroom homes. All homes include private amenity space with balconies or access to private resident roof gardens, with many benefitting from sweeping city views across London.
One of North London’s Leafiest Neighbourhoods
Clarendon is already emerging as a new city village. To support the growing community, last year St William opened Hornsey Park, a new public park which provides tranquil outside spaces for visitors to enjoy, as well as a range of play equipment for children to use.
Clarendon forms an important part of the Haringey Heartlands Opportunity Area, one of the largest development opportunities in North London. Clarendon is adjacent to Alexandra Palace Park, one of London’s most iconic green spaces with 196 acres of rich parkland and woodland.
The new neighbourhood benefits from outstanding links to public transport, with Alexandra Palace, Wood Green, Turnpike Lane and Hornsey stations all within a 13-minute walk, making key London hubs easily accessible. King’s Cross can be reached in 14-minutes and Moorgate and Old Street in 20-minutes, while London Heathrow, London Stanstead and London Luton airports are all under an hour’s drive away.