The Quadrant, the final phase of homes being built by developer St James offers state-of-the-art family homes with exceptional finishings and flexible living accommodation.
The impressive collection of three-storey houses is situated in an exclusive enclave in a quiet corner of the development. Each property benefits from its own private garden and sun terrace at the rear, as well as convenient off-street parking for two cars.
Designed with architectural flair, the homes boast a 'super-room' on the ground floor - an expansive 21ft x 20ft family living space incorporating a kitchen / dining / living area, enhanced by a unique glass "lantern" ceiling and bi-fold doors opening on to the patio, allowing natural light to flood throughout the room. A separate utility room with an external door providing direct outside access offers a practical solution to minimise the wear and tear from children and pets through the main thoroughfare of the house. There is also a separate generously proportioned formal living room for entertaining.
Upstairs, in response to recent customer feedback, St James has designed the accommodation to incorporate a study on the first floor, away from potential noise from the main family space, alongside five spacious bedrooms, three with en suites, plus a separate family bathroom. The master suite also boasts its own dedicated dressing area.
The Queen Mary's Place development is located in the grounds of the prestigious Grade I listed Roehampton House, so as well as their own private gardens, all residents also have exclusive access to the restored formal Rose Garden and serene 19th century Sunken Garden set within the grounds. In addition to this, the vast green expanses of Richmond Park are within easy reach.
Sean Ellis, Chairman, St James Group, explains: "Roehampton is extremely popular with families thanks to its proximity to so many good schools and outdoor spaces, as well as its excellent transport links into London. It is also relatively affordable compared to nearby Putney, Barnes and Wimbledon.
Alister Shaw, Manager of Hamptons International in Putney comments: "When you think that an average five bed re-sale property in Putney and Roehampton can reach around £800 per sq ft, the townhouses at Queen Mary's Place represent excellent value for money at c.£680 per sq ft. These new family homes represent a great opportunity to buy into a high quality and low maintenance solution in one of London's most sought after postcodes."
SW15 is a very popular location as it is in easy commuting distance of central London, and because it falls under Wandsworth Borough Council, it makes it a very affluent postcode in which to reside. Despite this, residents pay less than half the council tax of their neighbours in Richmond, just over a mile away.
Residents at Queen Mary's Place also benefit from an estate manager, onsite CCTV security, residents' gym and private commuter service operating to and from Putney mainline station and East Putney tube station. With District Line and over ground trains connecting residents to the heart of the capital in just 20 minutes, the development is perfect for city workers and village-dwellers alike.
For more information please call the sales and marketing suite on 020 8246 6748 or go to www.queenmarysplace.co.uk.