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The Denham Film Studios, Denham, Buckinghamshire, UB9 5HQ
A unique collection of 224 conversion and new build homes, including 154 one, two and three bedroom apartments and 70 four and five bedroom family townhouses.
'Movie Magic' exhibition now open!
Weston Homes is delighted to host a special exhibition celebrating the history of The Denham Film Studios and the ‘Movie Magic’ that occurred there since the Studios were opened by Alexander Korda in 1935.
The ‘Movie Magic’ multimedia exhibition at The Denham Film Studios is open for a limited time only. Entry is free to the general public. Please call for further details.
Features within the new development will include a retained and restored cinema with bar and a community hall/fitness space. The new properties are designed around garden squares, landscaped grounds, rill water features, private gardens and protected woodland complete with parking and garaging.
The main Grade II listed building will be converted into 49 elegant apartments, around this will be two new green squares and communal gardens, bordered by three new four storey apartment buildings providing 105 new homes. Around the eastern side of the site there will be avenues of new three and four storey terraced housing, and to the northern section two and three storey detached townhouses; all overlooking communal landscaping and private gardens.
Under current plans the retained cinema – which was used to screen movies to Hollywood directors including Stanley Kubrick, Albert “Cubby” Broccoli and Steven Spielberg - will be refurbished and turned into a cinema theatre and club for residents; retaining an important link to the history of the site.
- 1 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom £400,000
- 2 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom £440,000
- 3 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom £625,000
Award winning residential developer Weston Homes have now opened their development at the famous Denham Film Laboratories in Buckinghamshire, originally part of the Denham Film Studios - where the movies of numerous Oscar winning films were processed and first screened ...Read more