New homes launch in Twickenham as the Rugby World Cup gets under way
Posted 18 September 2015 by Keith Osborne
House-hunting rugby fans aspiring to purchase a new home in Twickenham will be delighted to hear that St James has just unveiled a new phase of houses at Brewery Gate, located within the popular Brewery Wharf development. These new properties are just a short walk from the home of English rugby, where the Rugby World Cup kicks off today (18 September).
Brewery Gate is a collection of 28 luxurious four- and five-bedroom homes located directly opposite Twickenham railway station, and this new phase was introduced to homebuyers for the first time last weekend.
These family homes are set within an exclusive gated mews, with an interior specification to match their elegant exteriors. Inside, they boast open-plan designer kitchens with folding doors leading to secluded gardens, luxurious bathrooms with chic fixtures and fittings, and large wardrobes and walk-in dressing rooms to selected master suites. They also come with the added benefit of two private off-street parking spaces each.
Paul Hopkins, managing director of St James Group (North London), says: “Following the exceptionally high demand for the apartments at Brewery Wharf, we anticipate the houses will be equally popular due the flexible living accommodation they offer.
“Brewery Gate presents an opportunity to buy a new property in an area which is ideally suited for families. Residents can be in central London in just 25 minutes or, alternatively, take advantage of all that the local area has to offer, with spectacular scenery, a wealth of historical landmarks and great shopping right on the doorstep.”
Family buyers will be particularly delighted by the superb educational establishments within easy reach of Brewery Gate. The development is in the catchment area of a large selection of highly-rated private and state primary schools, including the brand new St Richard Reynolds Catholic Primary School, and a number of prestigious secondary schools and colleges.
In addition to these attractive new homes, St James is improving the public area in the neighbourhood with the creation of a new piazza, cultural venue, riverside walkway and two new restaurants. Richmond Council will spend a further £7.5m to make Twickenham an even more appealing town centre, with high-quality new buildings, public spaces and works to local roads, as part of its Area Action Plan.
The new homes at Brewery Gate are set for completion from April 2016 and are available now, to purchase off-plan. The four-bedroom houses at Brewery Gate start from £1.45m.
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