Clarendon is a new city village, located in the very heart of the London Borough of Haringey. Flanked by High Road and Alexandra Park, the neighbourhood benefits from both the nature side of the borough and its numerous shopping facilities.
Located within touching distance of Clarendon, High Road provides numerous eateries, malls, and boutiques for any budget and taste, including H&M, Primark, and WHSmith. In addition, there is Vue Cinema, bringing the latest mainstream movies to the big screen.
Right across the New River, Alexandra Park offers 80 hectares of lush greenery with numerous amenities, including a children’s amusement centre, a skate park, a cricket and football club, coupled with a football academy, a boating lake, and a drive-in cinema. The centrepiece of the park is Alexandra Palace, a Grade II listed building that acts as an entertainment and sports venue, used for various exhibitions, music concerts, and conferences.
Placed within walking distance of four stations, Clarendon is easily accessible by rail, road, and underground. The Hornsey railway station connects the area to King’s Cross, Old Street, and Highbury & Islington. Linked to the Piccadilly Line, the Wood Green tube station helps you reach Covent Garden and Leicester Square in less than 25 minutes.
Occupying 12 acres, Clarendon is stretched along the railway with Mary Neuner Road slicing right through the middle. The new village designates 100,000 square feet to new commercial space and 5 acres to public open space.
Inspired by the site's historic use, Clarendon features brick façades, ranging from bright red to bleached off-white tones. The neighbourhood presents a beautiful collection of homes diverse in height, varying from low- to high-rise buildings. Clarendon boasts plenty of landscaped rooftop terraces alongside numerous gardens and parks.
Clarendon provides an abundance of green spaces and little hideaways to enjoy during a casual walk around the premises. The new Hornsey Park brings orchard-style planting, a striking water feature, and a café that brighten up the neighbourhood. Residents can also hop into one of the numerous shops, cafes, and restaurants that occupy the territory.
The buildings benefit from a 24-hour concierge, who is happy to lend a hand to all residents and guests. In addition, Clarendon offers stylish lounge areas with plenty of space, where residents can relax. For maximum convenience, the complex also includes its own crèche.
Clarendon boasts a wide range of health amenities, including gyms, swimming pools, and spa facilities.
Clarendon offers an impressive collection of 1,714 homes, ranging from one- to three-bedroom apartments as well as suites.
The bespoke kitchens come in different colour palettes that match the bathrooms. They feature composite stone worktops and soft under-cabinet lighting. For maximum convenience, all kitchens are equipped with top-notch appliances, including a full-height fridge/freezer, a dishwasher, and an extractor hood. The one- and two-bedroom apartments benefit from separate single and microwave ovens, both with a black glass finish. The Manhattan suites, in the meantime, come with a combination oven-microwave.
The bathrooms are equipped with a white bath, a Hansgrohe shower, a wall-counted mixer, and a bath filler, shielded by a glass screen. The type of tiles, covering the floor and wet walls, depends on the unit’s colour palette.
Clarendon is a project of St William, a joint venture between the Berkeley Group and National Grid. The London-based property development company aims to create a positive legacy by transforming brownfield sites into thriving neighbourhoods. Launched in 2014, St William strives to use a landscape-led approach to reconnect neglected areas to the public. The company boasts an impressive portfolio of properties throughout London and southern England.
For more details on Clarendon, please visit the official website of the developer.