Discover the distinctive style of Stanmore Place
Stanmore Place delivers all one could desire in terms of choice, quality, location and contemporary design, taking home ownership to an exciting new level at this landmark development by St Edward. In an attractive award-winning landscaped setting, the 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments are accessed by a bridge over the water. Benefits include a 24 hour concierge service, residents' gym, car share club and excellent Jubilee Line connections to the West End from Canons Park station.
Attlee Court is the latest phase of this visionary development, combining an unrivalled range of apartments with access to green open spaces, a feature lake, cycle paths, tree lined avenues and impressive landscaping.
The exceptional setting of Stanmore Place helps to achieve the right balance between the city and the country. Stanmore Village is close by, with its mix of boutiques, specialist shops and cafés and Canons Park, is a short walk away, with its tennis courts and walled garden. Also within easy reach are a number of golf courses, open spaces and parks, as well as a range of excellent schools and universities.
At Stanmore Place, form, function and aesthetics blend seamlessly. The interiors are elegant, inviting and inspiring, combining every element of modern design and comfort to create light filled, open plan living spaces.
Stanmore’s residents enjoy a relaxed, almost rural lifestyle. Stanmore Village has cafés, boutiques and shops, and there are several golf courses, parks and open spaces within the vicinity. Stanmore Place itself is just a short walk from Canons Park, where you can play tennis or stroll in the delightful walled garden.
Within a short drive are many enticing options for shopping and leisure. Brent Cross is indispensable for fashion shops and department stores. Edgware, Watford and Harrow also have a wide range of shops, restaurants and nightlife.
Stanmore is also close to some of the most prestigious schools in the country, including Harrow School, Haberdashers’ Aske’s and North London Collegiate. The Hendon campus of Middlesex University is within five miles by road.
Brent Cross Shopping Centre
Brent Cross Shopping Centre offers something for everyone when it comes to fashion and food, with over 120 shops, cafés and restaurants. Brent Cross was the first major indoor shopping centre to be opened in the UK in 1976 before it was extended and refurbished in 1995. There are a wide array of shops, which include John Lewis, Marks & Spencer and Fenwick. Brent Cross also has a free multi-storey car park for up to 8,000 cars.
Hendon, London, NW4 3FP
The Harlequin Centre
The Harlequin Centre is the biggest shopping centre in Hertfordshire. Based in the centre of Watford, it contains over 140 shops, which include John Lewis, BHS and Next. The Harlequin Centre first opened in 1992 and is now visited by over 17 million customers each year. The centre has three car parks with direct access to the shopping centre, with over 2,000 car parking spaces.
201 The Harlequin, Watford, Hertfordshire WD17 2UB
Lining the high streets in Stanmore is a wide array of shops, bars and restaurants. When it comes to dining out, Stanmore Broadway caters to all tastes with the Appolonia restaurant serving a lively mix of European and Thai cuisine, along with the popular pasta franchise Prezzo and Pizza Express. There are a number of specialist shops, which include Adams Eyecare, Care Chemist, Martin Gold Hairdressing Salon and Daniel Footwear. National stores in the High Street include Sainsbury’s supermarket and Boots and if you want a break from shopping, there’s the Lava Lanes & Lounge, described as “Stanmore’s first bowling lounge”.
The Broadwalk Centre
The Broadwalk Centre in nearby Edgware has over 40 shops and cafés, all under the comfort of one roof. The Centre was constructed in 1990 and provides prime shopping in the very heart of Edgware, housing independent retailers such as David Deyong and national stores such as Sainsbury’s, Boots and WH Smith across 199,000 sq ft. The Broadwalk Centre has over 1,100 parking spaces.
Centre Management, Station Road, Edgware, HA8 7BD
Schools and education
Aylward Primary School
Aylward Primary School was launched in April 2008 for 3-12 year olds. Aylward is a primary school with nursery class. The school has a total of 480 pupils and offers a wide range of life experiences. The Key Stage 2 Test Results 2010 showed that 80% achieved Level 4 or above in both English and Mathematics.
Pangbourne Drive, Stanmore, Middlesex, HA7 4RE
Michael Sobell Sinai School
The Michael Sobell Sinai School is the largest Jewish primary school in Europe. Located in Kenton, the co-educational voluntary-aided school teaches children aged 3-11. The school follows the National Curriculum and teaches a love of and commitment to Orthodox Judaism and Israel.
Shakespeare Drive, Kenton, HA3 9UD
Rosh Pinah Primary School
Founded in 1956, Rosh Pinah Primary School is a large two form entry Orthodox Jewish Primary school. In the heart of the thriving Edgware Jewish Community, it is a school for children from Nursery to Year 6. It operates on two sites roughly one mile apart, with the Early Years Unit in Mowbray Road housing Nursery and Reception and Years 1 to 6 taught at the Main School in Glengall Road.
Mowbray Road, Edgware, Middlesex, HA8 8JL
Harrow School is a full boarding school for boys aged 13-18, specialising in providing a high quality education. Harrow School is located in Harrow-on-the-Hill and founded in 1572 under a Royal Charter granted by Queen Elizabeth I to a local landowner, John Lyon. Harrow School attracts pupils from all over the world and has an enrolment of approximately 800 boys spread across twelve boarding houses, all of whom board full time. The Harrow Diploma was accredited by Edexcel in 2009. In each of the seven areas pupils have to achieve a defined minimum level and it is expected that in a typical year 60% of boys will achieve the Diploma.
5 High Street, Harrow on the Hill, Middlesex, HA1 3HP
Merchant Taylors’ School
Merchant Taylors’ School is an independent day school for boys, aged 11-18 in Northwood, with over 800 pupils. The school has provided outstanding educational opportunities to boys in the London area since 1561. Merchant Taylors’ was one of the original nine English Public Schools and is an exceptional learning community.
Sandy Lodge, Northwood, Middlesex, HA6 2HT
North London Collegiate
North London Collegiate is an independent day school for girls from the ages of 4 – 18 in Harrow. Many new developments have been created at the 30 acre site, which include a library, sports centre, indoor swimming pool, music school and a new performing arts centre. Academic standards are very high and the examination results obtained are outstanding. The school also has a strong musical tradition, where 500 girls learn an instrument, as well as providing extra-curricular activities such as the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme.
Canons, Canons Drive, Edgware, Middlesex, HA8 7RJ
Hendon Campus of Middlesex University
Offering a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, Middlesex University teaches 35,000 students on its flagship campus in Hendon. Located within five miles of Stanmore Place by road, Hendon is Middlesex University’s busiest and most popular campus.
Middlesex University, The Burroughs, Hendon, London NW4 4BT
Stanmore College provides education to an average of 1,200, 16-19 year old school leavers from the Borough of Harrow. The college facilitates learning from Further Education to part-time courses for adults and Employer Training, with students following a programme of Advanced, Intermediate or Foundation studies. The college also offers a comprehensive special needs programme.
Elm Park, Stanmore, Middlesex HA7 4BQ
- Park High School - Secondary (0.4 miles)
- Whitchurch First School - Primary (0.4 miles)
- Whitchurch Junior School - Primary (0.4 miles)
Bus and open roads
Positioned only 12 miles from the centre of London, the M1 and M25 motorways are close by and Stanmore Place is ideally placed for reaching the A406 North Circular Road and Heathrow Airport.
The local network has a number of services to destinations across London. The bus route 324 runs from Honeypot Lane every 20 minutes during the day and every 30 minutes during the evening, providing direct links to Brent Cross Shopping Centre and a link between Stanmore and Hendon.
Stanmore Place benefits from excellent transport links and a prime location adjacent to Canons Park tube station, which offers Jubilee Line services to Baker Street (27 minutes), Bond Street (30 minutes) and Canary Wharf (50 minutes), perfect if you need to travel into the capital for business or pleasure.
The nearest railway station is Hatch End, which is less than five miles away from Stanmore Place. The station has two platforms and is serviced by London Overground, with journeys to London Euston (38 minutes) on the southbound line and Watford Junction (15 minutes) on the northbound line.
London Heathrow, is only 22 miles from Stanmore Place. Heathrow handles over 67 million passengers each year and offers a choice of over 200 domestic, European and international destinations.
London Luton airport is only 24 miles away, offering both scheduled and charter flights to a wide range of European and UK destinations. London City Airport is 24 miles from Stanmore Place and just over one hour by train. It is a single runway airport for short take off and landing, serving 30 destinations with international connections to hundreds more.
Distances are straight line measurements
Health Services Northwick Park Hospital
Northwick Park Hospital is a major general hospital including an A&E, £19million maternity department and major children’s department.
Watford Road, Harrow, HA1 3UJ
St Mark’s Hospital
St Mark’s Hospital has an international reputation for its pioneering and innovative treatments and surgical techniques.
Watford Road, Harrow, HA1 3UJ
The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (Stanmore)
RNOH is the largest specialist orthopaedic hospital in the UK and regarded as a leader in the field of orthopaedics both in the UK and world-wide.
Brockley Hill, Stanmore HA7 4LP
Dr Gould & partners
William Drive, Stanmore Park, Middlesex, HA74FZ
71 Elm Park, Stanmore, Middlesex, HA74AU
Watling Medical Centre
42 London Road, Stanmore, Middlesex, HA74NU
Stanmore Medical Centre
85 Crowshott Avenue, Stanmore, Middlesex, HA71HS
Stanmore is located in the London Borough of Harrow and is approximately eleven miles from the centre of London.
Canons Park tube station is adjacent to Stanmore Place, offering a direct Jubilee Line services to Baker Street, Bond Street and Canary Wharf, which creates the perfect blend of City and rural life.
Directions to Stanmore Place:
From central London/North Circular: At the junction of the A406 North Circular and A5 Edgware Road, (Staples Corner), take the A5 towards Colindale and Edgware. At Edgware turn left into Whitchurch Lane, passing Canons Park tube station on your right. At the crossroads turn left into Honeypot Lane. The main entrance to Stanmore Place is only 300 metres along, on the left.
Leave at junction 4. Take the A41 Watford By-Pass/Edgware Way. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit into Spur Road. At the next roundabout (Canons Corner) take the 2nd exit (A410 London Road), going through Stanmore. Turn left into A4140 Marsh Lane. Continue for approximately one mile, passing the junction with Whitchurch Lane on your left. The main entrance to Stanmore Place is only 300 metres after this junction, on the left.
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Choosing a home is one of the most important decisions of our lives and it's vital to get it right. Come home to Berkeley, and you can be confident that you have made the best decision.
Over the last twenty-five years, Berkeley has built a reputation for creating homes that surpass expectations in terms of design, quality of construction, and our vision for sustainable development. Across London and the Home Counties, our developments encompass new homes, contemporary urban apartments, refurbished historic buildings, traditional family homes and innovative mixed use schemes - all guaranteed to express the essential Berkeley values.
Many of our developments combine leading edge design whilst maintaining and renovating key elements from our architectural heritage. From highly complex developments, that combine residential, retail and leisure facilities, to key worker apartments or the more traditional rural communities - Berkeley continues to provide quality, style and sustainability.
St Edward is a Joint Venture company owned by the Prudential and Berkeley. Drawing on the professional expertise and experience of both owner companies, St Edward will set a new precedent as a leading UK developer.
The first development by St Edward is Stanmore Place, in the London Borough of Harrow. This landmark scheme is creating 798 new homes, comprising of Studios, Manhattan Studios, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom properties.
Both Berkeley and PRUPIM are leaders in their respective fields, with established track records of delivering high quality, commercially successful developments.
The joint venture brings together the expertise of Berkeley and PRUPIM, a subsidiary of Prudential's investment arm, which will manage the Prudential Assurance Company's interests. The powerful combination of the two companies' strengths and complementary skills provides a strong vehicle for delivering unique residentially-led developments.
In total, St Edward has a development pipeline of approximately 3,000 new homes. Beyond these, St Edward plans to acquire and develop further sites and create sustainable new residential, commercial and mixed-use schemes.
In line with the both Berkeley and Prudential Assurance Company's exacting standards, St Edward will have sustainability at the core of its development approach. The mixed-use schemes will incorporate high quality residential and commercial buildings, as well as public spaces and amenities, brining new vibrancy to former brownfield sites. This regeneration will make a vital contribution to improving the social, economic and environmental infrastructure of the communities in which St Edward develops.
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