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Strawberry Star presents Clarendon an exciting new destination in North London to Singapore home buyers

01 Nov 2018
Brand new suites, 1, 2, 3-bedroom homes by St William, part of the Berkeley Group, in Haringey Heartlands Regeneration
 
Strawberry Star, an international property company, will launch a brand-new residential development Clarendon, first phase of Hornsey Park Place, a major regeneration scheme in North London, by St William, part of the Berkeley Group, in Singapore on November 10-11 at St Regis Hotel Singapore.
 
Clarendon is set to become a new city village in North London. Sitting in between Hornsey and Wood Green and the expansive Alexandra Park. Clarendon will deliver 1,714 homes all with balconies, pocket parks, five acres of public green space and private courtyards.
 
The scheme will also introduce over 100,000 sq ft of commercial space, creating a new London destination. Clarendon is a 12-acre brownfield site located within the Haringey Heartlands Opportunity Area, which is now being transformed into a vibrant and creative community for new residents and workers alike.
 
Residents’ facilities include concierge, gymnasium and residents’ lounge. A swimming pool, spa and sauna will be available in the latter phases. A vibrant cultural quarter, which will include a central boulevard to help improve connectivity between the surrounding neighbourhoods of Hornsey, Wood Green and Alexandra Park, benefitting from the ease of access to a variety of transport connections, is also planned.
 
Mrs. Doris Tan, Regional Director, Strawberry Star, said, “Clarendon is a good investment opportunity for first time buyers, as Haringey Heartlands is undergoing a major regeneration. Besides, Wood Green, located adjacent to Clarendon, is also undergoing massive regeneration. Similar to projects, such as, Woodberry Park at Manor House Station, the investments in North London enjoy good capital appreciation over a period of 5 years. It has already been identified as an area of growth over the next five-ten years. The development is well-connected to rest of London This presents an interesting option for Singapore investors to buy homes to take advantage of the early capital growth.”
 
Hornsey Park Place is uniquely located between four Zone 3 stations – two Underground, Wood Green and Turnpike Lane and two Overground, Hornsey and Alexandra Palace, providing strong connectivity in to and around central London. All four stations are within a short walk of Hornsey Park Place, between 600 – 700 metres, which will allow residents swift access into Kings Cross in under 20 minutes.
 
Home to the longest high street in UK, Wood Green offers popular shops, restaurants and entertainment. Hornsey is a Victorian suburb with shops, bars and restaurants including florists, vintage stores, cosy coffee shops and great pubs. The iconic Alexandra Palace and its 196-acre park sits proudly on the hill overlooking Clarendon and provides panoramic views of the London skyline.
 
World-class colleges and universities are easily accessible from Hornsey Park Place, offering the best in art, science and humanities education. The University College London and London School of Economics are less than 30 minutes away.
 

Article written by Strawberry Star