Two new apartment collections unveiled by developer in North Kensington

Posted 9 March 2016 by Keith Osborne

Prime Place has launched two new developments in W10, offering a choice of apartments close to local amenities and transport links into the centre of London...

Developer Prime Place has released two new collections of high-specification apartments in the fashionable W10 postcode of North Kensington.

Prime Place, Kensal Rise, is set on Chamberlayne Road, which Vogue magazine has called “the hippest street in Europe”. This development of one- and two-bedroom apartments are on the doorstep of a superb range of shops, bars and restaurants, and are situated right on top of a new, state-of-the-art sports centre.

There’s also a high-quality sports centre just moments from the front door at Prime Place, Maida Hill, which is a smaller scheme of one- and two-bedroom apartments set around a tranquil courtyard garden. This development has the amenities and social scenes of the coveted villages of Kensal Rise, Queen’s Park, Maida Vale and Westbourne Grove close at hand, as well as the 30-acre green space of Queen’s Park itself.

Sue Gresswell, sales and marketing director at Prime Place, says: “We always choose prime locations for our homes, but these are outstanding. The homes are in true London villages, superbly designed, and benefit from fantastic facilities and great transport links across London - the ultimate package for young professionals.”

 Prices of the apartments at Prime Place, Kensal Rise start from £510,000 and at Prime Place, Maida Hill from £525,000. Complementing the striking architecture, where ample glazing provides great natural light in every home, are suitably stylish interiors with Porcelanosa flooring and tiling, a full range of integrated appliances in the designer kitchens, elegant white bathroom suites and fiited wardrobes and carpets to the master bedrooms. The two-bedroom apartments also have an en suite shower room to the master bedroom, making the properties great for friends sharing.

Many of the homes on both developments have a large balcony or private terrace space and some of the apartments are even dual aspect, offering even more light and views.

Prime Place, Kensal Rise is a short walk from Kensal Green and Kensal Rise stations (Bakerloo Line tube and Overground), while Prime Place, Maida Hill is less than 10 minutes’ walk from Queen’s Park and Westbourne Park (Bakerloo, Hammersmith & City and Circle Line tube and Overground), offering excellent access to the capital’s heart. When Crossrail arrives in Paddington in 2018, there will be even quicker and more frequent journeys into and out of the central London.

Find out more at 020 7758 8487 (Hamptons International)


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