Description of St George's Fields
St George’s Fields was a burial ground from 1763, and later used for archery, games and as allotments. The land was owned by St George’s Church in Hanover Square, which sold it to developers in 1967 who left a few tombstones, adding character to the gardens. It is from this historic background that St. George’s Fields takes its name.
St. George’s Fields is a gated low density housing concept designed for convenient city living. A unique community of 300 apartments is set in 2.5 acres of private tranquil woodland gardens which separate each of the early 70’s buildings. The unique Ziggurat pyramid style buildings incorporate five levels of large balconies each with hanging gardens.
The Estate benefits from the following:
- Controlled vehicular and pedestrian access monitored by CCTV.
- Reserved secure underground parking (one space per apartment)
- Digital television and radio system
- An on-site Estate Office open 5 1/2 days a week.
- A dedicated Estate Manager based in the Estate Office.
- In-house cleaners and painters and onsite contractors.
- An annual service charge budget of some £600,000, matched by reserves of £500,000.