New London landmark to launch in Singapore

Romesh Navaratnarajah3 Oct 2017

Artist’s impression of Royal Warwick Square.

UK developer St Edward will be exhibiting the first phase of its Royal Warwick Square development in London at St Regis Singapore next weekend (14 to 15 October).

Dubbed Sherrin House, homes in this release comprise 66 one- to three-bedroom apartments and penthouses set around a landscaped courtyard garden square.

Prices at Sherrin House start from £849,950 (S$1.54 million) for a one-bedder and is due to complete by Q4 2021. 

Designed by renowned architects Squire & Partners, Royal Warwick Square will feature over 500 homes. Residents will also have access to a private cinema and a hotel-style concierge service.

Located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, the development is within walking distance to High Street Kensington station on the District Line. It is also close to Royal Albert Hall, Hyde Park and Imperial College London.

Royal Warwick Square forms part of the Warwick Road masterplan, a regeneration plan by St Edward that includes more than 1,000 new homes, a school and green spaces spread across seven acres.

Property consultancy JLL’s forecast up to 2021 estimates a total growth of 15 percent for the area. 


Romesh Navaratnarajah, Senior Editor at PropertyGuru, wrote this story. To contact him about this or other stories, email


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