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Where life is complete

The Hamptons The vision is complete Thirty acres of homes, thirty acres of parkland, only thirty minutes from London. St James always envisaged The Hamptons as a complete environment where inspired architecture, nature and community would live tranquilly together, each consecutive phase adding new choices. All of this has been achieved. Three distinct yet integrated neighbourhood areas are established, surrounded by woodland, lakes and parks. Community life flourishes. Diverse architectural styles create striking streetscenes, and a palette

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of naturally inspired materials and colours brings freshness and vivacity. There is nothing quite like The Hamptons, and not surprisingly, it has become a highly sought after place to live.

The Hamptons

Four distinct neighbourhoods inspired by tradition The Hamptons has unfolded over time in four distinct phases, each with its own identity but building up towards the complete picture. First, New England Place was inspired by the traditional buildings of the north eastern United States, with the Maple Lodge community building as its centrepiece. Norfolk Waterside reflected the rural scene of the English Fens and Broads, while Somerset Quarter brought the warmth and colours of the West Country to The Hamptons. The fourth and final phase is Providence Place, taking its cue from the waterside buildings of Scandinavia.

Previous phases at The Hamptons

The Hamptons is designed for a community centred lifestyle, and the thirty acres of parkland make the perfect environment for enjoying it. The pace of life is relaxed and friendly, as residents get to know their neighbours and new friendships are forged. Families in particular feel very much at home here, as children can play and ride their bikes in the park and traffic calmed zones make the environment safer.

The Hamptons

regularly organises events such as tennis tournaments, quiz nights, barbeques and fireworks displays. The Hamptons even has its own amphitheatre, a setting for outdoor concerts and plays. Life at The Hamptons is thriving; exactly as it was meant to be.

A busy social scene is in place. An enthusiastic Residents’ Association

A different way of life Previous phases at The Hamptons

Life is a

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An abundance of open space is a feature that really sets The Hamptons apart. It creates a real sense of belonging, and the homes are designed wherever possible to have open views of the parkland surroundings.

Mayflower Park is the centrepiece of The Hamptons, containing wildlife habitats, gently landscaped areas and woodlands. It also has man-made features such as the tennis courts, amphitheatre and trim trail, encouraging personal fitness and sociability. Behind it are the six main lakes, linked by rills. Elsewhere you’ll come across other pockets of green, orchards, reed beds, ponds and children’s play areas, all designed to be used and enjoyed. Open parklands to enjoy at The Hamptons

One of the lakes at The Hamptons

The heart of the

community At the heart of The Hamptons is Maple Lodge, the distinctive white New England style community building which contains a fully equipped gym, fitness rooms, a planned business suite and meeting space and is a focal point of local life.

The gym at Maple Lodge

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The Hamptons A well connected lifestyle The Hamptons may feel like a world apart, but St James has not forgotten that people also need to get to work, go to school, shop, and socialise, so the location was chosen for its convenient links as well as its natural attractions. From Worcester Park station, which is within walking distance, journey times to London Waterloo are less than thirty minutes, and the A3 is just a short drive away, connecting you to the M25, Heathrow and Gatwick. Worcester Park has a good selection of shops, a range of restaurants, and within


a one mile radius there are schools for nursery, primary and secondary level education. Neighbouring Kingston, Sutton and Wimbledon all offer further choices for shopping, education, eating out, cinema and theatre. For those who prefer not to own a car, The Hamptons has a Streetcar club with two cars which can be hired by the hour, day or week.











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Inner life at Providence Place The specification of homes at Providence Place continues the very high standards set at The Hamptons.

The interiors are expressions of restful contemporary style, showing St James’ renowned flair for design. All living areas and bedrooms are carpeted and the master bedrooms feature full height mirror door wardrobes. Bathrooms and ensuites are fully fitted with elegant white sanitaryware and chrome fittings. Photography is of a previous Hamptons showhome and is indicative only

Homes at Providence Place have open plan living spaces that are adaptable to your way of life. In the kitchens, glossy Alno cabinets with laminate work surfaces come fully equipped with appliances from premium brand Bosch, and ceramic floor tiles create a stylish yet practical surface underfoot. Photography is of a previous Hamptons showhome and is indicative only


and character at Providence Place


Providence Place is divided into various neighbourhood areas, each with its own architectural flavour and identifiable character connected, through its language, to the parkland and the rest of the development. St James aims to help create an inclusive community, so a choice of homes will be offered to suit as broad a range of buyers as possible. Substantial 4 and 5 bedroom detached family properties sit alongside 3 and 4 bedroom semi detached and terraced homes. Apartment dwellers can choose from a range of 1 and 2 bedroom homes at Wentworth Court. Throughout Providence Place, there is emphasis on bringing the outdoor environment close to home, so all homes and apartments feature verandahs, porches and balconies.

Mayflower Park Tennis Courts

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New England Place

Norfolk Waterside Somerset Quarter

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Providence Place Inspired by tradition The Hamptons has always been about outstanding architecture in a beautiful parkland setting. Providence Place evolves this original concept as a carefully planned series of neighbourhoods with a coherent theme.

Much of the architecture takes its cue from the traditional buildings of Scandinavia. The properties are reminiscent of buildings such as the grain mills, storehouses, meeting houses and quayside warehouses found in the coastal towns of these countries. The colours are typical of these regions and there is substantial use of natural timber. Computer generated image shown is indicative only

Providence Place Designed for life The Code for Sustainable Homes (CFSH) is an environmental rating system, setting new standards for resource efficiency. All of the homes in Providence Place achieve Code Level 3 and are 25% more energy efficient than the applicable Building Regulations requirement. For householders, this means lower running costs, as well as the satisfaction of living a ‘more sustainable’ life. Providence Place homes include: Renewable energy from solar thermal and/or photovoltaic panels Minimum of 75% of internal lights with dedicated low energy fittings A+ to B rated kitchen appliances External lights with PIR sensors and daylight cut-off sensors Dual flush WCs Water butts to houses Providence Place has been designed such that 20% of the forecast energy use is to be provided by on site renewable sources such as solar thermal or solar photovoltaic. Lifetime Homes The homes at Providence Place are designed to adapt to changing needs of the people in the household. Each design feature adds to the comfort and convenience of the home.

Vision2020 The Berkeley Group already leads the field in sustainable development, and is now raising standards higher still with the Vision2020 initiative. When you buy a new home from a Berkeley Group company such as St James you will be sharing this commitment to a more eco-friendly way of life that has benefits for you and for the whole community, and addresses the need to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

Vision2020 is an ambitious, ten year plan that focuses on four key areas: • Building greener homes, which are also more energy efficient and economical to run • Delivering sustainable communities, with essential amenities within walking distance • Enhancing the customer experience. We want 90% of our customers to say that they would recommend us • Running a sustainable business. The Berkeley Group has pledged to cut its own waste and reduce CO2 emissions

Car parking – Your parking space will be wider than usual, with easier access from the house Bathroom layout – These are generously sized and thoughtfully planned Living room – With living/family rooms at ground floor entrance level, everyone has equal access, regardless of their level of mobility. Entrances – A level front door threshold makes life easier for everybody, whether you’re a wheelchair user or simply struggling with a buggy or shopping. For more information please ask one of our Sales Consultants.

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Our recent

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Our customer satisfaction At St James we are dedicated to providing the highest level of customer service and pride ourselves on ensuring that purchasers are satisfied and happy with the St James experience. The customer journey begins when you reserve your St James property and continues until two years after legal completion. You will have a dedicated Customer Relations Manager who will guide you through the process and provide you with a wealth of information and assist you with personalising your new home. St James employs an independent research company to continually monitor our commitment to customer satisfaction.

100% of our purchasers would recommend St James to a friend

25% of our purchasers were referred by an existing St James homeowner

What House Awards 2010 Best Development – The Hamptons – Bronze Best Exterior Design – The Hamptons – Silver Best Landscape Design – Queen Mary’s Place – Silver Best Starter Home – Kennet Island – Silver

Housebuilding Innovation Awards 2009 Best Design – Kennet Island (Highly Commended)

UK Property Awards 2010 Best Development – The Hamptons (5 Star) Best Property – Queen Mary’s Place (Highly Commended) Best Apartment – Kennet Island (5 Star)

What House Awards 2009 Best Development – Grosvenor Waterside – Bronze Best Apartment Scheme – Grosvenor Waterside – Bronze Best Shared Ownership Development – Grosvenor Waterside – Gold

Building for Life 2010 Queen Mary’s Place – Silver

Evening Standard Awards 2009 Best New Apartment – Kingsway Square Best Large Development (Highly Commended) – Kingsway Square Best Family Home up to Three Bedrooms – Queen Mary’s Place

Kingswood Chase, Chislehurst

Daily Mail Property Awards 2009 Best Development – Kingswood Chase

Previous St James development shown. All information was taken from an independent research company and indicates St James developments results for Q3w 2010.

St James An ethos of excellence St James has earned a formidable reputation for innovative and imaginative urban regeneration in the 21st century.

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Where life is complete

The company has achieved this with a sustained commitment to creative design, meticulous planning and the use of highest quality traditional materials. The examples show a selection of developments by St James which illustrate the company’s distinctive philosophy in building elegant homes in London and the Home Counties, plus its experience in refurbishment projects. Queen Mary’s Place, Roehampton Main image, Roehampton House, Roehampton

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Leave the A3 at Malden Junction and follow the signs to Worcester Park. Continue along Malden Road (A2043) until you reach Worcester Park train station. Proceed under the railway bridge and turn left at the next set of traffic lights into Green Lane. Follow Green Lane for just under half a mile and then turn right into Sherbrooke Way and the Marketing

Turn onto Cheam Common Road and continue on to Central Road (Worcester Park High Street). At the traffic lights before reaching the railway bridge turn right into Green Lane. Follow Green Lane for just under half a mile and then turn right into Sherbrooke Way and the Marketing Suite is directly ahead.

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The Hamptons Sales and Marketing Suite, Sherbrooke Way, Worcester Park, Surrey, KT4 8AS 020 8337 3425

Maps are not scale and show approximate locations only. The information in this document is indicative and is intended to act as a guide only as to the finished product. Accordingly, due to St James’ policy of continuous improvement, the finished product may vary from the information provided. These particulars should not be relied upon as accurately describing any of the specific matters described by any order under the Property Misdescriptions Act 1991. This information does not constitute a contract, or warranty. The dimensions given on plans are subject to minor variations and are not intended to be used for carpet sizes, appliance sizes or items of furniture. The Hamptons and Providence Place are marketing names and will not necessarily form part of the approved postal address. Applicants are advised to contact the developer’s agent to ascertain the availability of any particular property so as to avoid a fruitless journey. 0127/02CA/0211.

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