Apr 13, 2012 - PropertyGuru.com.sg
By Romesh Navaratnarajah
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Renowned property developer St James Group today launched its newest development — the Emerald Square (pictured) in Roehampton, South West London, at the Shangri-La Hotel Singapore.

The Singapore launch, which is on till 15 April, features luxury apartments that offer strong investment opportunities for both local and foreign buyers.

“Emerald Square offers an excellent opportunity for investors looking for properties that would appeal to young professionals wanting a short commute to work, combined with easy access to green spaces like Richmond Park and Wimbledon Common. And with Roehampton University right on the doorstep, it will also appeal to international students too,” said Sean Ellis, Chairman at St James.

The development is also close to transport links such as the Barnes railway station and East Putney underground station.

Apart from one- and two-bedroom units, the development offers four-bedroom homes that feature quality architecture and stylish contemporary living. Most units have their own private balcony or terrace, landscaped gardens and off-street car parking or secure basement. At the same time, all apartments come with a fully-furnished kitchen, entrance hall, living and dining rooms, bedrooms and bathrooms.  

In addition, Emerald Square is located in a lush district of South West London near the River Thames, offering “a scenic setting in which to relax and enjoy a host of outdoor activities,” said consultancy CBRE, which is marketing the project.

Darien Bradshaw, Executive Director, International Project Marketing for Asia at CBRE, said, “We are still seeing strong and consistent demand from Asian buyers looking for attractive buy-to-let investments in London. They are ideally looking for properties in areas of strong rental demand and from developers with established and trusted brands – Emerald Square ticks both boxes and will therefore attract a lot of attention.”

 

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