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Apartment 13 is designed to maximise space and light. This impressive two bedroom apartment, situated on the third floor, offers 767 sq ft of open space. It boasts a timber decked balcony with views of Staines upon Thames and private residents' landscaped courtyard and rooftop gardens.
The excellent specification delivers a highly desirable lifestyle. The beautiful kitchen has a superb finish and includes a stainless steel integrated sink along with Zanussi branded integrated appliances and Nolte handless design kitchen units. The apartment benefits from a storage room along with a service cupboard.
Both bedrooms have a high level of comfortability and a peaceful atmosphere with optional flooring finishes and ample space for optional fitted wardrobes*. Apartment C13 benefits from both an en suite shower room in the master bedroom along with another separate bathroom with wall-mounted mirrors and a chrome towel rail. A choice of floor and wall tiling is available to selected areas for your own personalisation*.
Staines upon Thames
Staines upon Thames offers the best of all worlds. The town centre, which has recently undergone much regeneration, is a lively mix of shops, restaurants, cafés, sports, and a cinema, with quieter pockets of green and attractive parks nearby to relax in. Staines upon Thames' proximity to Heathrow Airport and excellent connections via A30, M25, M3, and the M4 are further advantages. These factors make it the location of choice for many multinational businesses, which include bp, Baxalta, Samsung, Centrica, Wood Group Kenny, and Siemens.
Within just a short walk from London Square Staines upon Thames, there's plenty to choose from. Tried and tested favourites such as ask, Prezzo, Jimmy's and Pizza Express compete with independent eateries for local custom. Of these, Sushi Nara, Caffè Gondola and Koguryo score highly with local foodies. Riverside pubs are another speciality. The Swan Hotel and The Bells are both traditional establishments that serve classic pub food and a wide range of ales and wines. For an evening out, the Slug & Lettuce offers cocktails and a lively atmosphere late into the night.
In nearby Egham, there are additional delicious options, such as Loch Fyne, Eat Thai, Bar 163, Sushi Hana, Hugo's and Villa Rosa. Windsor is another great dining destination. It too has its share of pubs on the river, as well as a restaurant range that includes Thai, Indian, Spanish, Italian, Greek and contemporary English. The little Thames-side town of Bray boasts three Michelin starred restaurants: The Fat Duck, The Waterside Inn and The Hind's Head.
At London Square Staines upon Thames, you could not be better placed for shopping of every variety. Both of the town's retail hubs, The Elmsleigh Centre and Two Rivers, are within a few minutes' walk. Between them, they offer a multitude of well-known shops, including Laura Ashley, Next, Monsoon, Waterstones, and Sony, as well as a Vue cinema. Nearby Windsor is also a good choice for quality shopping. Windsor Royal shopping centre has many mid and upmarket brands, while independent boutiques can be discovered in Peascod Street, King Edward Court, and St Leonard's Road.
Parks and open spaces surround Staines upon Thames so that a breath of fresh air is never more than a short drive from home. Go down to the river Thames for sailing clubs and scenic walks all the way to Windsor. In Bedfont Lakes Country Park, just four miles from Staines upon Thames, visitors can enjoy 180 acres of meadows, woodland and lakes. To the north, Colne Valley Park provides 40 square miles of farmland, lakes and 200 miles of rivers. It's a wonderful place for walking and cycling.
Windsor Great Park, six miles away, offers a magnificent contrast to all of this wild nature. It has been a Royal Park for over 1,000 years, and today encompasses the Savill Garden, Virginia Water, the Valley Gardens, the Long Walk, and Deer Park, with the iconic castle ever present on the horizon. Adjacent to Windsor Great Park is Home Park Golf Course, and golfers can also enjoy a round or two at Ashford Manor Golf Club, whose 18-hole course is regarded as one of the finest in Middlesex.
The surrounding area is home to many buildings and traditions that have shaped history and culture for centuries, and continue to play a part in the social calendar. Racing at Ascot, polo at Guards Club and Henley Royal Regatta are further ways to enjoy outdoor life and celebrate British traditions.
For families and students, there are well-regarded local and private schools in the area, and the Royal Holloway University of London is just 2.4 miles away. Our Lady of the Rosary Roman Catholic School in Staines upon Thames has earned a 'Good ' accolade from Ofsted, and Staines Preparatory School offers a private alternative for primary education. For older children, The Magna Carta School in Runnymede is a community school with a 'Good and Improving' rating.
Royal Holloway's spectacular campus is six minutes away by car and five minutes by train from Staines station. Founded in 1886, today it is ranked 34th overall in the UK in the Times Higher Education Rankings 2019. It is renowned for its excellence in research and offers students a wide range of courses in disciplines that include arts and humanities, sciences, social sciences, management, economics, and law.
Internal images depict the C3 Show Apartment at London Square Staines upon Thames and are indicative only. Travel times sourced from tfl and Google Maps. *Please ask your Sales Executive for detail of options and upgrades. Details and prices are correct as of February 2019.