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First Time Buyers Better Off At Parkside Place

Recent research from Halifax has revealed that first time buyers are financially better off buying their own home compared to those who are renting[1]. The latest Halifax Buying vs Renting Review suggests that London’s home buyers are, on average, £1,927 a year better off compared to those who rent. Homebuyers looking for an even more affordable way to make the leap into home ownership in the capital should consider Parkside Place, where Notting Hill Sales has a collection of homes available to buy through Shared Ownership.

Parkside Place is a stylish collection of two bedroom apartments situated near the peaceful green space of Barham Park. Ideal for first time buyers, the contemporary homes will be in easy reach of everything this lively neighbourhood has to offer, as well as excellent transport links. Vibrant Wembley has already benefitted from extensive redevelopment and the exciting regeneration continues to spread across the borough and bring with it new amenities and infrastructure, while still offering excellent value to homebuyers.

Jenny Murphy, Head of Sales and Marketing at Notting Hill Sales, comments: “Wembley has become an exciting London borough that is reaping the rewards of being a regeneration hotspot. Parkside Place is the perfect choice for homebuyers looking for a home in a vibrant area with a fantastic choice of amenities, and close to great transport connections into the city and surrounding areas, at an affordable price.”

All of the homes at Parkside Place offer a contemporary specification, with spacious, light-filled interiors that are perfectly suited to modern city living. Kitchens are fully-fitted with a range of integrated Zanussiappliances, while bathrooms are contemporary in style with crisp, white sanitaryware and chrome fixtures and fittings.

First Time Buyers Better Off At Parkside Place

First Time Buyers Better Off At Parkside Place

There is already a host of amenities to enjoy on the doorstep, and following the extensive regeneration within the borough, new restaurants, cafes, shops and bars will be available for residents to enjoy. The iconic Stadium and Arena, Wembley town centre, the London Designer Outlet at Wembley Park with Cineworld complex, Brent Cross Shopping Centre and Wembley Leisure Centre provide an extensive selection of facilities for all to enjoy already, with much more to come over the next few years.

For more peaceful pastimes, the historic Barham Park is a leafy enclave to enjoy some time outdoors walking or relaxing, while the more energetic can visit Vale Farm Sports Centre offering nearby swimming, tennis and sports facilities.

Commuters are well connected, as Parkside Place is less than half a mile from Sudbury Town station, on the Piccadilly Line where it connects directly to the West End in around half an hour. Even closer, Sudbury and Harrow Road station has National Rail services to Marylebone station in just 17 minutes. Parkside Place is also well served by several bus routes, while many local amenities are in comfortable walking distance making it easy to get about town. For jetsetters, Heathrow airport is only 12 miles away.

Through the Notting Hill Shared Ownership scheme, buyers at Parkside Place can purchase between (40% and 75% of the property), paying subsidised rent on the remainder. Residents can increase their ownership share at any time, all the way up to 100%.

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