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The launch of Network Homes’ latest collection of Shared Ownership apartments has introduced a new landmark building to the Burnt Oak skyline. Ideal for first-time buyers looking for an affordable route onto the property ladder in London, prices at ICON start from £82,500 for a 25% share of a one-bedroom apartment.   

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Comprising a stunning collection of 75 new homes ranging in size from one-bedroom apartments to three-bedroom duplexes, ICON sets a new standard for affordable homes in the area. Expansive open-plan living spaces ensure plenty of room to relax, entertain or work from home. Creating a calming retreat, bedrooms feature soft wool-mix carpeting, whilst contemporary bathrooms set sleek tiling alongside stylish sanitaryware. Providing further space to enjoy, projecting balconies and terraces provides space for alfresco dining, catching up with friends or creating a mini kitchen garden, whilst beautiful communal outdoor areas are the ideal spot to meet neighbours. Forming a destination for the wider community, the development also features designated commercial space.


Kalumba Musambachime, Head of Sales and Build to Rent at Network Homes, comments:


“Located in Edgware’s Burnt Oak community, buyers at ICON can enjoy the tranquillity of life in an outer London community, whilst also benefitting from access to a range of shops, restaurants and bars right on their doorstep. Reflecting a location that offers the best of both worlds, these homes have carefully blended state-of-the-art materials with sustainable design to create a setting where buyers can live, work, relax and play. With homes at ICON having recently launched, now is the perfect time for prospective buyers to get in touch to find out more.”

Burnt Oak is home to an abundance of global cuisines encompassing everything from Turkish grills and Indian curries to delicious Italian comforts. In addition to a range of independent shops and high-street stores, The Broadwalk Shopping Centre is just over a mile away and hosts a variety of popular chains. Providing further options for avid shoppers to explore, the landmark Brent Cross shopping centre is also only a short journey away. For those looking to get a workout in, just a 13-minute walk away, Barnet Burnt Oak Leisure Centre features a 110-station gym, assorted sports pitches and courts and a selection of fitness classes.


For those preferring to exercise outdoors, Burnt Oak is home to a wide range of public green spaces. Buyers can benefit from the recent £5 million regeneration at Silkstream Park and Montrose Playing Fields. Named after the gently flowing Silk Stream, Silkstream Park is the ideal setting for an afternoon walk amongst mature trees and ornamental shrubs. Montrose Playing Field hosts courts for basketball and tennis, as well as an outdoor gym area.  For keen walkers and nature lovers, the award-winning Fryent Country Park features 250 acres of meadows, ponds and woodland areas and is easily accessible by bus.

Ideal for London’s commuters, ICON is just a five-minute walk from Burnt Oak underground station. Offering Northern Line services towards Battersea Power Station and Edgware, Central London can be reached in as little as 24 minutes. Alternatively, Mill Hill Broadway station is 13 minutes away by bus, and provides Thameslink services propelling buyers towards St Albans, Luton Airport Parkway and St Pancras International.

Prices at ICON start from £82,500 for a 25% share of a one-bedroom home with a full market value of £330,000. Priority will be given to people who live or work in the London Borough of Barnet.

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