About St Edward

Part of Berkeley Group

St Edward is owned by the Berkeley Group and the Prudential Assurance Company – the former is one of Britain’s best-known property developers, operating across London, Birmingham and the South of England. St Edwards provides quality, residential-led developments across London.

St Edward developments

HomeViews lists St Edward developments in the capital, including luxury properties such as 190 Strand, Kensington Row and 375 Kensington High Street.

The design and build of this development is extremely up to date and hosts a modern and contemporary feel. The location of this development is well-centred, close to several stores, transport links & in a very safe neighbourhood. I have no complaints regarding the noise level surrounding this development, it is very quiet and peaceful. I strongly recommend this development to all considering living here, it is worth every penny!”– Glenn Janski, verified resident at 375 Kensington High Street

St Edward reviews

The porters and concierge are extremely smart and wouldn’t look out of place in a Mayfair development.  For those who work from home there is a useful boardroom for meetings and the cinema room too is a great added extra. The gym and spa are also five star and help to create the overall experience.” – HomeViews Property Pro on 190 Strand

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Number of Developments

6

Ratings

4.22 Rating

Rating (based on 68 reviews)

Excellent

38.24%

Very Good

54.41%

Average

5.88%

Disappointing

0.00%

Very Poor

1.47%

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Stanmore place

I love the design of the outdoor space around the buildings, it’s perfect with all of the greenery and lavender that smells amazing in the summer! There are fountains at the center near the nursery and because of how quite the area is it is very tranquil to sit on a bench there.
Inside the flats are nicely designed and the maintenance is pretty good, it’s slightly expensive but is still good.
I like the fact that there is a nursery as well because it’s good to have a place on site where you can send the kids while you work.
There are shops nearby and a high street near the station but no shops as such on the actual development sight. There are however a few cafes onsite which is nice.
There are so many green areas and water features that are well kept other development don’t keep it as clean!
It was so nice that I moved out and came back again to live there.

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I do wish I’d known that there isn’t a shop on the development, there’s a tesco nearby but I still wish it could be onsite.
I really like the fact that there’s parking on the development, I don’t feel like there is enough but there is still some which is more than a lot of developments offer around London.
Sometimes the concierge doesn’t email you when a parcel gets delivered which is an annoyance because then I don’t get my mail on time or I have to go down and check for it.

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The concierge not always emailing you when a parcel has been dropped off is a bit of a hassle I won’t lie.
There is a service charge as a owner, but you pay for what you get. I used to be an owner here but now I am a tenant as I moved away and then moved back again.

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The outside gardens and green areas are very nice and it is lovely to just go outside to a fountain area and relax!

I like the design here in the flats, it’s a bit basic and the shapes are a little odd for the furnishings but it is still a very nice looking place.
The outside gardens and green areas are very nice and it is lovely to just go outside to a fountain area and relax!
It’s very close to loads of local shops, there are shops on both sides of the development with a high street just one road away.
Canons park station is so close by for the jubilee line and also you can catch the bus to get on the northern line at a station close by also.

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The location is very convenient as it is super close to the tube station for the jubilee line.
It is also really safe here for kids and family, the area is very quite for them to play in the gardens and there is also a very good nursery on the development grounds.
I wouldnt say I actually dislike anything about the area, there is parking and the gardens here are tranquil for relaxing.

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I was able to have a thorough look around the development before I moved in so fortunately I did manage to see everything I was getting into before hand.

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The design of the development is quite picturesque. However, walls and floors are built according to the minimum requirement for such. They are so thin that you can hear every noise from the neighbours on all sides, even smells from cooking and perfume.
Acoustics are the worst feature of the design. Outside spaces, however pretty, are like echo chambers. Sitting areas, lake fountains and the nursery generate huge amounts of noise all day.
The estate management deals well with general tasks. However, lacks interest, accountability and knowledge to find solutions for complex issues. So altogether, the service is generic.
Some residents suffer such issues for years and have been promised solutions again and again.
Also, currently, an investigation is in motion on overspending service charge funds.

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The large supermarkets around are at least 20 mins walk away. Tube and park are near but altogether not very well connected, especially without a car

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I wish I was aware of all the noise in the estate – residents, their kids, and visitors often have no common sense and respect to their neighbours. Lake fountains create unbearable noise all day. Management is lacking solution based approach

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Management should be engaged and able to find solutions for genuine complaints

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Green Park – an excellent place to live and grow a family.

The houses and development are designed uniquely and stand out in Reading. The range of housing is good and while the heights of the houses can sometimes make the streets and gardens shadowed, there are plenty of green spaces in the sun in the park across the road. Internally the homes are to a very high spec and delivered with good quality largely, albeit there have been a lot of fixes put in as different issues have been identified. Overall the developer, Berkeley, and their team, has been excellent in resolving these issues. Access to local facilities is good and the ability to leverage these easily makes this an excellent development. The building management company are great at communication however they remain expensive and are not very forward looking in terms of reducing the cost and carbon footprint of the development. I look forward to their responsibilities being diminished as the council take over.

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The location is excellent, in 10mins we can access Reading centre, local businesses and green spaces. The park itself is great for a short walk or run and if you want to go further afield we have access to the canals and by ways of Reading that lead to great pubs and restaurants. If you don’t feel like walking or driving, the buses are regular and right on our doorstep. In terms of local amenities, we have a school, child care, dentist, a tennis court, gym and chiropractor within 15mins walk and of course Reading Gate for many other requirements. There is high potential we will see local food shops and cafes appear when the new train station arrives and I think the community is looking forward to that most as this has been lacking. Access in and out of Reading is very good for a town with high congestion, timed right you can be on the Motorway in 10mins.

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The poor quality of the wood flooring in the kitchen. Easily marked and warped by water.

What is the best feature of your home:

The houses look well from the outside with a great view of Green Park.

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