A home should be a statement of style. At Royal Exchange, the modern interior design creates a clear vision for each room. Quality materials are specified throughout with skilled craftspeople ensuring that fittings and finishes are to a high standard.
Chevron flooring is smooth underfoot. High end appliances and composite stone worktops sit alongside black ironmongery. Details, both large and small, contribute to living spaces’ practical effectiveness and fine aesthetic design.
First recorded in a Royal Charter in 838, the medieval market town of Kingston is Britain’s oldest Royal Borough. It has a colourful history that includes the coronation of Saxon Kings and the construction of London’s oldest bridge, while presentday Kingston has become one of the capital’s most exclusive and desirable places to live.
About Royal Exchange
The latest addition to the rich variety of Kingston is Royal Exchange, a development built around the Grade II listed Old Post Office and Telephone Exchange. It will offer 322 Manhattan, one, two and three bedroom apartments, adding a modern note to complement Kingston’s evolving heritage.
Working in collaboration with established architects, every facet, from historic building features and modern materials, to on-site facilities have been designed to exceed expectations.The development will offer the town of Kingston something fresh and appealing – a charismatic new neighbourhood that will grow into a much-loved place to visit. New residents will enjoy a friendly atmosphere, quality that’s obvious to the eye, and a sense of style that puts it among London’s most desirable locations.
Based on the concept of historic courtyards which provided sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the town centre, the private gardens at Royal Exchange will provide residents with peaceful spaces, and a welcome contrast to the vibrancy of a twenty first century town centre. There will be places for reflection, to read in the shade, as well as safe play gardens for children and friendly communal terraces.
The private residents’ screening room offers luxury and entertainment; a relaxing contrast to the state-of-the-art cardio machines, free weights and studio in the 1,300 sq ft fitness suite. The 24-hour concierge will also be a familiar face, and happy to handle post, organise transport and more. There are other benefits too, like parking and cycle spaces and electrical car charging points.
Kingston railway station is a short walk from the development, providing direct connections to London Waterloo in 30 minutes. Once in London the galleries and culture of the South Bank, shopping in Knightsbridge and the West End, along with 68 Michelin starred restaurants, are all close at hand. Looking outward, the A3, M3 and M25 are within a short drive and Heathrow Airport is less than 9 miles away. Nearby towns like Putney, Richmond, Wimbledon and Twickenham offer different ambiences and lifestyles, along with some of the country’s best parkland.Disclaimer
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