The first phase of this luxurious development in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea offers classic architecture with a modern twist.
Thomas Earle House – the initial release of Kensington Row – comprises 82 apartments and penthouses, priced from £1,575,000 to £4,190,000. The developer, St Edwards (part of the Berkeley Group), envisioned a sought-after lifestyle for the residents, facilitated by 24-hour staffing, a leisure suite with pools and treatment rooms, and private cinema. The apartments, with one to three bedrooms, range from 1,000-3,000 sq ft.
The architecture matches the traditional-style characteristic of Kensington. The 12-storey building uses beautiful Portland Stone, seen in churches and government buildings throughout London. This aesthetic extended to the interiors too, according to David Ferns, Director at design firm CID Interior, who cited the grand Regency squares as a key influence. ‘We’ve designed the apartments in a way that brings this to life,’ he said, ‘while still conveying a sense of classic Englishness.’
Sophisticated style is evoked with the use of high quality finishes and bespoke modern features. These include timber flooring, veneered architraves, Swarovski crystals and starry sky lighting in the bathrooms. Our Enigma pocket sliding door system was selected to maximise the available space while enhancing the luxurious appeal of each interior, with its sleek, seamlesss finish.
When complete, Kensington Row will comprise over 500 homes, courtyards, landscaped gardens and a linear park. It is part of a £2bn Warwick Road masterplan, designed to regenerate seven and a half acres of land.
Paul Vallone, Executive Chairman, St Edward said:
"The launch of Kensington Row represents a pivotal milestone for the area and St Edward. The community and our prospective buyers are at the very heart of the scheme with careful attention to detail paid to the design and layouts of the new homes and helping to transform the local streetscape into an attractive environment for all who live and work in the area.’
To see further details of this distinctive development, visit www.kensingtonrow.co.uk