Stonebridge Park in Spanish Fort, Texas


H.E. Kendall designed this elite private estate between 1872 & 1876 with bright new villas for city men in mind and boasted stunning views of Surrey hills from its site near Craven Park railway station.

By 1998, Stonebridge Park had become a hotbed of violent crime. Operation Trident investigated 48 shootings over two years in Brent, many of them linked back to Stonebridge Park.


Stonebridge Park was established in 1998 at 860 Cross Bridge Rd in Edmonton. This community offers four pools (two zero-entry), two clubhouses with workout facilities, sports and recreational activities, and more than any other residential community in Edmonton. Residents also benefit from having access to an award-winning Prairie Creek Elementary School within their neighborhood as well as access to a large park that features lighted soccer fields, six hoops for basketball courts, and more – open daily until 10:30 pm!

Stonebridge Park community is served by Stonebridge Park railway station on both London Overground Watford DC line and London Underground Bakerloo line, which lies south of Wembley in north-west London and serves commuters from throughout north London and its surroundings. Nearby, there is also an expansive shopping complex as well as various restaurants and bars for convenience.

Stonebridge Park estate was initially designed for middle-class residents. Homes on Barry Road were home to tradespeople, while those on Brett Road were considered slums. Unfortunately, drainage issues plagued this estate until it eventually flooded in 1928, prompting government authorities to build fewer houses than planned.

In the 1960s, the council attempted to modernize the area by building high-rise blocks. Their purpose was to house around 1,700 predominantly black families – however, this estate quickly became notorious for broken lifts and low levels of maintenance; drugs also plagued its community.

Stonebridge Park has been used as the setting for numerous films over time, beginning with independent filmmaker Patrick Keiller’s groundbreaking short narrative film Stonebridge Park (1981), featuring historical footage as its background and nominated for an Academy Award nomination.

Recently, this area has undergone significant change. Alongside a newly renovated station are now numerous shops and cafes; two stunning Hindu temples can also be found nearby: Neasden Temple is stark white, while Sanatan Temple provides more serenity. Finally, as this railway station sits midway between Tokyngton and Stonebridge Park, there are many dining and drinking options within walking distance of Tokyngton railway station.


Stonebridge Park residents live in a close-knit community that truly epitomizes the saying, “Nice finishes make nice homes.” Packed with resort-style amenities that will elevate your home-owning experience, Stonebridge Park boasts four zero-entry pools (one featuring an Olympic-sized pool with slide, fountain, and waterfall), well-equipped playgrounds, sports courts, a workout facility, two clubhouses as well as paved trails that connect all these gorgeous amenities as well as direct links to Prairie Creek Elementary and Woodland Spring Middle Schools.

Stonebridge Park is known for its luxurious residential offerings as well as its top-tier educational facilities, which include several well-recognized universities like the University of Dallas, Southern Methodist University, and Texas A&M University. Furthermore, this area features world-famous museums like the Dallas Museum of Art with their extensive collections from all around the globe and various eras.

This master-planned neighborhood offers residents many amenities and attractions, such as its popular pickleball courts in Stonebridge Park Community Center which are always busy with activity. These four fenced courts can often be seen bustling with activity at any hour of the day!

This community is also surrounded by lush green spaces that provide a sense of serenity, making it a favorite spot among joggers, dog owners, and anyone who loves being outside.

Residents should make use of all of the amenities available in their community but should do so with care and safety in mind. Children must always be supervised when using any public facilities like playground equipment or sports fields; all users of these facilities should observe posted rules and regulations accordingly.

Stonebridge Trails neighborhood near Rodrock’s main entrance features its park with an amphitheater, sports fields, picnic areas with pergola-covered grills, a gazebo, and a large pavilion. There’s also an off-leash dog area as well as a golf course and driving range in this park.


The Park offers neighborhood parks with playgrounds, tennis courts, and various sports fields, as well as paved trails to stretch legs and enjoy outdoor activities such as sports tournaments and championship events, fishing, hiking, walking, picnicking, golfing, and horseback riding. Residents also take advantage of its eight neighborhood parks, 25 miles of trails and parkways, and 215 acres of open space that provide residents a place to picnic, walk their dogs, or get away from it all.

Stonebridge Park boasts resort-style amenities for residents to enjoy within their community, including four zero-entry pools (one boasting a Junior Olympic-sized pool with slide and fountain), well-equipped playgrounds, basketball and volleyball courts, pergola-covered grill out areas, and two clubhouses — one boasting completely updated workout facilities. Paved trails connect all these fantastic amenities directly with Prairie Creek Elementary School — three-time Governor’s Award recipient — and Woodland Spring Middle School.

Explore all of the distinct playgrounds throughout the park, designed in consultation with educational experts to captivate children’s imaginations and broaden both bodies and minds. Climb and slide down a mountain or pirate ship; play in the water channel or sandbox; go wild on Tarzan swings or giant jungle gyms!

Kids of all ages are welcome at playgrounds, while adults can join in by playing pickleball, shooting baskets, or simply relaxing under a wisteria-covered trellis for some shade and quiet. All gardens provide a range of play structures and equipment designed to meet the needs of people of varying abilities.

Bensley Recreation Center, Beulah Recreation Center, Chesterfield County Fairgrounds’ Vietnam Veterans Memorial Building and horseback riding rings (reservable by calling or emailing Parks and Recreation), Ettrick Recreation Center, and River City Sportsplex exhibition building are the four indoor facilities managed by Parks and Recreation. Furthermore, we operate and maintain Kilbirnie Park skating rink in Winter months as part of their seasonal programming; discover more information regarding renting or reserving Parks and Recreation facilities by visiting our website.


Stonebridge is an impressive new community that began construction in mid-2015 and continues to draw home buyers today. Boasting Craftsman-style homes for sale that typically contain all living areas on the first floor and most featuring four-bedroom properties that range in square footage from approximately 1,875 up to over 2,600, Stonebridge can be found near many schools as well as shopping, restaurants, and I-10 for quick access to Mobile AL or Pensacola FL.

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