Quintain Living has announced the launch of its 10th building, Repton Gardens, which offers a range of three- and four-bedroom apartments, studios, and one- and two-bedroom homes in Wembley Park designed with families and sharers in mind.
Spread across three buildings, the development comprises 396 rental homes, 1,000 sqm of ground floor retail space and 1,200 sqm earmarked for a GP surgery. Repton Gardens is the most sustainable development from Quintain Living to date, with a focus on natural, earthy colours and the use of natural products to complement a botanical indoor design. The building has incorporated mounded groundworks, allowing for the planting of large, mature trees and shrubs, to support biodiversity. The tree species in the gardens mirror the buildings’ names.
Named after Humphry Repton, who was hired to landscape the Page family’s estate in 1792, Repton Gardens honours his contribution to the estate and his advice to name it ‘Wembley Park.’
The building’s design reflects forward-thinking ideas about urban living and includes work-from-home offices, meeting rooms and a club room with a pool table, soft seating, TV area and bar with beer tap and wine. The development also features an extensive gym, podium garden, four covered BBQ areas, two play areas and a lawn area.
Repton Gardens’ individual apartments are furnished in one of two palettes: garden and natural, with a mix of natural materials and shades of green, deep blue, grey, brown and stone. The furniture collection curated by John Lewis & Partners features sustainability hero products sourced predominantly from the UK or Europe using sustainable fabrics and/or processes.
The handmade rattan armchairs, side tables and coffee tables contribute to a unique design within the homes, and the floors are cedar plank effect Amtico in kitchens and living areas with grey ceramic tiles in bathrooms. The design creates a strong sense of bringing the outside inside and serves to build a sense of community.
Repton Gardens is already outperforming leasing expectations, with the development proving popular amongst new residents. Danielle Bayless, Chief Operating Officer of Quintain Living, said: “Our goal with Repton Gardens is to support a wide range of renters to access the outstanding lifestyle on offer in Wembley Park.
“We’re here for individuals, couples, families with children, sharers, multi-generational families… our wide range of homes means that everyone can find something that suits their individual circumstances.”