LIFESTYLE

Last Chance For Savvy Buyers In Wembley

The opportunity is running out for savvy buyers to secure themselves a new home at Countryside’s Parkside Place development in Wembley. With 95% of the apartments already sold, the remaining one and two bedroom apartments offer flexible living, complete with outside space in the form of balconies or private gardens, as well as excellent affordability.

Located in the Borough of Brent, Parkside Place comprises a collection of spacious one and two-bedroom contemporary apartments. Ideally situated in well-connected North London, residents can enjoy the best of both worlds with the development only a short walk from the open green space of Barham Park and also within close proximity to the hustle and bustle of the city centre.

Amanda Nesbitt, Associate Sales & Marketing Director at Countryside Partnerships South comments: “Parkside Place has proven extremely popular, which is why there are only a handful of apartments still available. Purchasers have seen the potential in investing in a beautiful new home in Wembley, with the added benefit of the London Help to Buy scheme available. We are proud to be accommodating this demand in North West London; with 95% of the properties already sold, we urge potential purchasers to come and view the final remaining homes, so that they do not miss out on this fantastic opportunity.”

The remaining one and two-bedroom apartments at Parkside Place each boast elegant and modern architecture, whilst offering spacious open-plan living accommodation with a comprehensive specification. The Kensington Building benefits from an excellent location, surrounded by an attractive communal landscaped podium garden. Each property features generous private terraced gardens and balconies which are the perfect setting for dining al fresco on warm evenings. Residents of the Kensington Building also have access to a thoughtfully designed courtyard, another perfect place to relax.

Parkside Place is perfectly located for shoppers, close to Wembley High Street and just over two miles from The London Designer Outlet in Wembley, boasting 75 shopping outlets, 15 restaurants and a nine-screen Cineworld complex. Brent Cross Shopping Centre is a fifteen-minute drive away, with over 120 stylish shops, cafes and restaurants.

Whilst benefiting from close proximity to central London, Wembley is also a green area packed with public open spaces and parks where residents can escape the bustle of London life. Commuters are well connected, with Sudbury Town tube station on the Piccadilly line just a five-minute walk away, linking to the centre of the city and Heathrow Airport. National Rail services and the Bakerloo line run from Wembley Central to Paddington in just twenty minutes, while the North Circular, A40 and the M4 are all within easy reach, taking motorists into central London and connecting to the UK’s wider motorway network.

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