St James presents luxury city apartment living close to the River Thames, with direct travel links into the City via Kew Bridge Rail Station. Kew Bridge West is situated in a tranquil setting that is carried through into the development, providing a traffic-free environment in which residents can relax and enjoy.
Designed with perfect symmetry, seven apartment buildings radiate in a crescent from this private enclosed space with the focal point being the 15-storey tower. The landscaping has taken its design cues from the famous Kew Gardens, and consists of a grove of trees with canopy lights, large level lawn with surrounding planting reflecting seasonal change, and illuminated water jets bringing an element of movement into the reflective space.
The apartments at Kew Bridge West are designed by leading interior designer, Darling Associates, and have been planned to maximise light and space, all benefitting from a carefully considered palette of complementary colours and materials.
The development offers residents a wide range of facilities including concierge, gymnasium, an orangery, underground parking and landscaped courtyard gardens
The Hyperion Tower
The jewel in the crown of Kew Bridge West, Hyperion Tower is the landmark building of the development, offering a stunning collection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments set over 15 floors. All of the apartments feature generous balconies and spacious open-plan living areas, perfect for entertaining. The Tower also features an impressive double height space boasting a private residents' gym equipped with the latest fitness equipment.
The Suites at Hyperion Tower
Located on the 11th - 15th floors of Hyperion Tower at Kew Bridge West, The Suites are designed to make the most of the stunning views of the River Thames and Kew Gardens. Each of the exclusive 3 bedroom homes feature open plan living areas, private outside space and a luxury specification.
At Kew Bridge West, you’re just four miles from Westfield, Europe’s premier retail destination, with over 1.6m sq ft of retail shops, bars and restaurants and its own state of the art digital cinema.
The Village at Westfield features over 40 designer brands under one roof. With names including Burberry, DeBeers, Dior, DKNY, Donna Ida, Furla, Gucci, House of Fraser, Louis Vuitton, Jimmy Choo, Prada, Versace and Tiffany & Co, it offers a truly sophisticated shopping experience to rival central London, Paris or Milan. Westfield also offers an unrivalled dining experience, no matter what your tastes. There are fine restaurants and eateries offering the widest choice of cuisine from Japanese, Thai, Malay and Vietnamese to French, Mediterranean and traditional British fare.
With convenient access from Shepherd’s Bush, White City, Wood Lane and Shepherd’s Bush Market tube stations and parking spaces for 4,500 cars, it’s easy to get to Westfield – and enjoy the ultimate retail.
For some, London means just one thing; serious retail therapy. Try Knightsbridge or Bond Street for top designer brands and exclusive jewellers and boutiques, or Oxford Street for established department stores including John Lewis and Selfridges. Covent Garden, Carnaby Street and Old Spitalfield Market offer vibrant and eclectic shopping destinations while Westfield London, one of the UK’s largest retail and leisure centres, is just over 4 miles away.
- Kew Green Preparatory School - Primary (0.2 miles)
- Green Dragon Primary School (0.2 miles)
- Strand-on-the-Green Nursery & Infant School - Primary (0.5 miles)
The closest transport link to the development is Kew Bridge Station, which is a couple of minutes walk away. It provides frequent and direct services to London Waterloo via Clapham Junction in 30 minutes. Other mainline stations which can be accessed from Kew Bridge West is Brentford Rail Station, Kew Gardens Underground Station and Gunnersbury Underground Station providing access to north and west London.
Nearest tube station is Kew Gardens or Gunnersbury, which are both on the District Line providing convenient interchanges with the Circle, Central, Piccadilly, Northern, Bakerloo and Metropolitan Lines.
Heathrow Airport can be accessed by road on the M4. The M4 can be met at Junction 2 and is only 5 minutes from the development. This motorway provides links to the M25, M1, A1 and M3.
Distances are straight line measurements
Chiswick offers no less than eight local sports centres as well as an abundance of private health and fitness facilities. However, if you prefer your exercise a little more gentle, you’ll want to take full advantage of the superb riverside walks on offer.
Development address: Kew Bridge Road, Brentford, London, TW8 UK
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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 James began life in 1996 as a joint venture between the Berkeley Group and Thames Water. Many of its first developments were on brownfield land where water was, or had been, a feature: for example at The Hamptons in Worcester Park or New River Village in Hornsey, north London.
Since then St James has established a reputation as a design conscious developer who continues to regenerate redundant sites as attractive and sustainable developments of new homes and apartments. Not all involve water; and many include the refurbishment of important historic buildings, such as Queen Mary's Place in Roehampton or Kingsway Square in Battersea. Whatever the location, the overarching aim is always to ensure that design has a positive impact on the environment; a philosophy that runs through everything from the planning stages through to the interior design of the finished product.
Projects embrace private residential development of homes and apartments, commercial property, recreational and community facilities, with creative solutions delivering every aspect of responsible and sustainable mixed use development that responds to the needs of today's homebuyers and communities.
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