As the late summer heatwave sweeps in, Londoners are seeking out homes with rooftop terraces, and The Robinson in Wembley Park stands out as the prime choice.
Managed by Quintain Living, responsible for over 3,650 apartments in Wembley Park, these distinctive and diverse rental properties offer a variety of captivating outdoor areas. Notably, they boast what is reputed to be London’s lengthiest array of sun loungers.
On the largest of The Robinson’s three rooftop terraces, you’ll find an impressive expanse of sun loungers that spans 50 metres. These sun-soaked relaxation spots are encircled by greenery planted in oil drums, creating a picturesque setting. Additionally, a rooftop juice bar resembling a colossal orange is on hand to keep residents cool and hydrated, even during the most scorching days it’s going to be 32 degrees on Saturday!.
The Robinson offers a wealth of unique and exciting features throughout the building. The rooftop boasts an impressive 7-meter slide leading to the courtyard below, connecting to a residents’ lounge equipped with work-from-home booths, a dining area, and a kitchen.
Inside the lounge, there’s a Damien Hirst-inspired taxi transformed into a coffee machine with a refrigerated section in the bonnet for chilled beverages.
The building’s two other roof terraces are equally captivating. One focuses on well-being and features a spa caravan with a hot tub, while the other hosts three custom-made camper vans serving as work-from-home spaces, surrounded by picnic benches and sun loungers. Robinson East incorporates 50 solar panels for on-site renewable energy.
The Robinson also offers various interconnected podium garden spaces, each with its distinct character, including the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Garden, swings for both children and adults, a spacious lawn area with deckchairs, and the John Lennon-inspired peace garden for a secluded atmosphere.