Kensington's Sought After Address Releases Prestigious Homes Within A Garden Oasis

22nd May 2014

St Edward, 375 Kensington High Street, Benson House, Hallway, CGI

Kensington's Sought After Address Releases Prestigious Homes Within A Garden Oasis

  • St Edward launches a new collection of desirable homes at its exclusive address, 375 Kensington High Street
  • This new collection of 91 one, two and three bedroom luxury apartments, duplexes and penthouses marks a major milestone in the development of west Kensington's largest regeneration scheme
  • 375 Kensington High Street will comprise of more than 500 homes when complete, transforming this corner of the High Street into a thriving new community

The launch of Benson House, which boasts breathtaking views over west London is one of seven architecturally impressive buildings situated around a stunning garden square is the final collection to become available at this desirable new postcode. Comprising of 91 one, two and three bedroom luxury apartments, duplexes and penthouses, Benson House represents one of the last opportunities to purchase a home at this exclusive development.

Located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, 375 Kensington High Street is a key part of the Warwick Road masterplan - a comprehensive regeneration plan by the Royal Borough and St Edward to transform this part of the High Street into a flourishing new community. When fully complete, 375 Kensington High Street will comprise of more than 500 new homes for London.

Replacing a series of unsightly commercial buildings, the development has been thoughtfully designed to emulate a 'garden in the city', creating a peaceful oasis in the heart of west Kensington. In keeping with the traditional surrounds of Kensington and Chelsea's traditional garden squares, courtyards and greenery, 375 Kensington High Street reflects the ideal modern development for London, as recently highlighted by Prince Charles.

A recent report  by Prince Charles' housing charity based on a survey by New London Architecture, called for more schemes to emulate 'mansion blocks'; developments that comprise of mid-rise buildings built around green open spaces comparable to Victorian and Edwardian buildings, such as those typically found in Kensington and around Sloane Square.

Designed with its growing community in mind, 375 Kensington High Street provides residents with a central landscaped courtyard and water feature, offering its visitors a sense of space, light and calm in the middle of a bustling world city.

Paul Vallone, Executive Chairman of St Edward, said: "These new homes are not only some of our finest yet, but their launch takes this flagship development one step closer to final completion, and with the first phase of apartments completing earlier this year, we have really started to see this new community come alive.

"No effort has been spared to ensure that a standard of living on par with the exclusivity of the address is provided to our residents. We have ensured that the community at 375 Kensington High Street has everything it could need at their fingertips, from the state of the art health, spa and leisure suite to a Harrods concierge service on hand around-the-clock.

"With Benson House being the final collection of apartments to come available, it really is the last chance to become part of this exclusive community."
375 Kensington High Street 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.

Traditionally renowned for its famous royal parks and Michelin star restaurants, Kensington has been dubbed one of the most vibrant areas in the Capital. The area has also long been associated with art and culture with both Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber and Beatrix Potter amongst its most famous former residents, helping Kensington to earn its reputation as the Capital's hub for fine art.

375 Kensington High Street also offers residents exclusive use of a private onsite cinema, a 24 hour Harrods concierge and state of the art health and fitness suite which includes a swimming pool, spa, massage treatment rooms and gym as well as secure parking available to purchase.

375 Kensington High Street is estimated to fully complete in 2016.

Prices at Benson House start from, £790,000. The 375 Kensington High Street on site Sales and Marketing Suite is open daily from 10am to 6pm (Thursday 10am to 8pm). 

For further information, please contact St Edward on 020 7118 0375 or visit


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