The opportunity is running out for buyers to secure themselves a house in one of West London’s most exciting new neighbourhoods. Just three townhouses remain for sale in the West Park Quarter phase at Acton Gardens, Acton, W3 by Countryside, where buyers stand to gain the financial benefits of purchasing in West London’s newest most sought after postcode.
Acton Gardens is transforming a huge 52-acre site in South Acton into a vibrant new urban village. Situated in popular West London near the neighbouring towns of Chiswick and Ealing, the development combines sleek, contemporary architecture on tree lined streets, green open spaces and a wide range of community facilities to offer a fantastic urban lifestyle.
The remaining four-bedroom townhouses at West Park Quarter each offer over 1,400 sqft of well-crafted interior space arranged over three floors. Designed as a modern terrace of London townhouses the elegant design complements the setting, while offering spacious living accommodation that follows a traditional layout, finished with a comprehensive specification.
Matthew Higgs, Managing Director of Countryside Partnerships South comments: “Our goal is to create a place people love and want to live in and this is the last chance in this phase to own a house on this exciting, large development. As each month goes by, the fantastic sense of community strengthens, giving the feeling that this is really the start of something special for Acton. The area is very up-and-coming and as Acton Gardens continues to grow, many buyers could also benefit from the financial returns that come with getting in early at a game-changing development.”
When complete Acton Gardens will feature new parks and green spaces, a range of new community facilities at the Hub, a central plaza with shops and medical facilities and improved transport connections. Offering a total of 2,500 new homes, the development is divided into four quarters, each designed by a leading architect to create a dynamic new neighbourhood that is characterised by striking architecture, offset by extensive landscaping and views across the park.
The interiors of the townhouses are designed with flexible living space that features extensive glazing to maximise natural light. The ground floor kitchen, living and dining area has bi-fold doors opening out to the enclosed garden to the rear. This is paved and landscaped with planted borders and includes a secure bike store. As well as four good-sized bedrooms, there are plentiful built in storage cupboards.
Each home has a high quality specification, with contemporary fitted kitchens featuring stone worktops and matching upstand, handle-less gloss base and tall units alongside matt wall units, chrome accessories and ceramic floor tiles. A range of A+ rated integrated appliances also come as standard. Bathrooms and en suites comprise crisp white sanitaryware with chrome finishes and contrasting ceramic tiling.
Green open space plays a vital role at Acton Gardens, with tree-lined streets designed around a series of parks, squares and communal gardens, featuring extensive landscaping, play areas and allotments. The outdoor spaces are designed to create social places for people to relax and enjoy, where pedestrians have priority and community interaction is encouraged. The plans also include a proposed new bus route and street network linking with the surrounding area, as well as a car club for residents use.
The scheme is a joint venture between Countryside and L&Q and offers the opportunity for local residents to get directly involved within the neighbourhood. A community chest has been created with a £50,000 per annum fund to support local or resident-led groups, for example Cultivate London, a local charity which grows plants for neighbourhood.
With excellent transport connections, Acton Gardens is located within a short walk of Acton Town underground station providing Piccadilly and District Line services into the West End and the City. It is also close to Acton main line station, which will benefit from becoming a station on the Crossrail line when it opens in 2019. Nearby Chiswick High Street offers an exciting range of designer boutiques, good pubs and restaurants, whilst the Westfield regional shopping centre at White City is only 20 minutes away by tube.