St James is a part of the Berkeley Group – one of the UK’s best-known property developers, operating across London, Birmingham and the South of England. The Berkeley Group is made up of a number of companies – along with St James, there’s Berkeley Homes, St Edward, St George, St Joseph and St William.

St James creates mixed-use developments across London – residential-led properties with a number of additional onsite facilities.

St James developments

St James properties listed on HomeViews include the popular Riverlight in SW11, Kew Bridge West – just a short drive from Heathrow Airport, and One SE8 – the Manhattan, a collection of stylish apartments in trendy Deptford.

There is a gym, concierge and on site parking. Beautiful apartments with the ‘wow’ factor. Good public transport links into central London, but also access to the lovely areas of Kew, Richmond and Chiswick. Modern apartments with stylish themes. Well worth a peek!” – Anonymous, verified resident of Kew Bridge West

St James reviews

Great location on the riverfront. Values holding up well. One of the best new developments in London. Distinctive, iconic architecture. Area is transforming with new shops and development, Waitrose opposite is superb. On site management improving all the time.” – Anonymous, verified resident of Riverlight

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Number of Developments

19
4.25 Rating

Rating (based on 159 reviews)

Excellent

32.70%

Very Good

59.75%

Average

7.55%

Disappointing

0.00%

Very Poor

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Nicely close to a big tesco

The location is served by two train stations although no tube however a tube link is being at Battersea Power Station which will be on the northern line. Specifically about the property, the management are great and the development feels very well put together.

What is the best feature of your home?

It’s an easy property to keep warm which is great during the winter months.

Please tell us what you like and dislike about this area:

Personally I really like that its close to a big tesco which is super convenient. There’s great Nightlife nearby.

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

The doorbell doesn’t ring but instead goes to your mobile. This would be find except the mobile signal is not great.

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4
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5
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Busy road but with views of leafy Battersea Park

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The area is well connected with many large developments being built nearby such as the Battersea Power Station development which brings with it shops, restaurants and a buzzing atmosphere. However, despite all these amenities, the area lacks a range of nearby good schools. There are only a couple of private schools nearby.

What is the best feature of your home?

The best feature is definitely big living room. The listed property has some very spacious and airy rooms that are hard to come by in the increasingly common new build properties around the area.

Please tell us what you like and dislike about this area:

The area is well connected with two overground train stations, Queenstown Road and Battersea Park Station located closeby.

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I wish I had known about there not being many good schools nearby.

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5
Location
3
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Parkside location. A pocket of the countryside in central London.

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The park is highlight of living in this area. It has great proximity to kings and knightsbridge and you can walk to those locations through the park! The best thing about the property itself is its listed character. There is access to the roof terrace for all the properties and lots of little gardens. My one dislike is the eyesore of having a huge tesco across the busy road.

If there was one thing you would change about your flat or property what would it be?

I would definitely change the size but I recognise that space comes at a premium in London.

Please tell us what you like and dislike about this area:

I like battersea park. Its so large and feels like youre in the countryside. I dislike the busy main road that runs outside of the property.

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

Nothing specifically. I recommend to everyone to do lots of research as its really helps.

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5
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Well built

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Well built and the installation is good. i dont hear neighbours through the wall and it is very warm in the winter. Modern appliances and they are stylish too. The apartment is spacious and the area is nice.

What is the best feature of your home?

Location is good and it is nice to have a balcony.

Please tell us what you like and dislike about this area:

The area is nice and peaceful. not too far from London. Transport is good.

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The only internet was bt when i first moved in. I am not sure if it is still the case.

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5
Location
3
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4
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