New homes in London: Royal Crescent, Stanmore Place

A new development near Canons Park station offers award-winning landscaped grounds plus a gym and 24-hour concierge.
The Jubilee line has one big advantage over the capital’s other Tube routes — it cuts through the centre of the city to Canary Wharf, which is already a major employment hub that is set to expand during the next decade.

This explains why so many bankers live in St John’s Wood — and why developers are building further down the line, offering affordable homes for young, Docklands bound commuters.

Canons Park in Zone 5 happens to be the least used station on the Jubilee line — a boon for anyone living at nearby Stanmore Place, a new scheme of 798 homes where an industrial estate once stood.
 
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Stanmore Place is situated near Canons Park tube station.


The development is a welcome arrival in the style-starved suburbs of north-west London, offering award-winning landscaped grounds plus a gym and 24-hour concierge.

Royal Crescent, above, the latest phase, has two-bedroom apartments priced from £457,500.

Call St Edward Homes on 020 8952 2853.

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