Homebuyers who relish the buzz of the city but also crave the tranquil surroundings of a suburban setting, often feel the only way to find this is by leaving the capital and heading out to London’s home counties. Londoners seeking a home that caters for urban living and laid-back lifestyles are in luck, Notting Hill Genesis has just launched a stunning new two-bedroom Shared Ownership show home at their development Heron Quarter within Woodberry Down. Located within a truly unique waterside neighbourhood with a calming retreat overlooking the West Reservoir sailing lake, surrounded by 15 acres of lush greenery and thriving wildlife - buyers can take a virtual tour of the new show apartment, before viewing in person and truly experience for themselves what this super stylish selection of homes offers.
Part of one of the UK’s largest regeneration projects, Woodberry Down provides the perfect escape without leaving the city. The new show apartment is a showcase of what buyers can expect from every property, providing the ideal balance of luxurious style, comfort and flexibility. The living accommodation is spacious and open plan with plenty of room to relax and unwind. Both bedrooms are doubles, and for those who work from home the second bedroom has been given a dual use as a home study/office and also features a door opening onto the balcony. The kitchen is sleek and contemporary in style, comes complete with a high-quality range of integrated appliances and plenty of space to create a dining area leading to the living space. Every apartment also enjoys lots of storage and private access to a balcony or terrace.
Rachel Best, Design Director for Oasis Interior Design comment:
“Our inspiration for the new show apartment came from the beautiful natural surroundings that envelopes the scheme – when you are here you just can’t ignore them! We chose accents of luxurious greens and sumptuous blues to create a relaxing and tranquil environment, that is both stylish yet understated and contemporary without being too modern. At this time, incorporating versatile and flexible living spaces is an important factor.”
With community at its heart, Woodberry Down offers more than just a home, those who choose to buy a property here are investing in a truly exceptional environment that will offer a sustainable place to grow and thrive for many years to come. Located just a few minutes’ walk from the Woodberry Wetlands wildlife and nature reserve, homebuyers can enjoy beautiful natural surroundings rich in wildlife all year round. An abundant offering of green and blue space is also a prelude to a selection of idyllic parks that are local to the development. Finsbury Park, Woodberry Down’s new Spring Park and Green Flag awarded Clissold Park provides 55 acres of green open space to wander, a café, tennis courts and a summer paddling pool. Delivering such a vast and varied amount of outdoor space on the doorstep, the local area has become a prime North London green destination popular with homebuyers who want a home in the city, but want to enjoy the lifestyle benefits that a peaceful and picturesque location brings.
A wealth of local amenities and facilities awaits Woodberry Down residents once the current government restrictions are lifted. The fashionable areas of Stoke Newington, Finsbury Park and Green Lanes are all less than two miles away, and offer a vibrant mix of shops, cafes, restaurants and rooftop bars. Woodberry Down itself has a health centre, two schools and an Academy within walking distance of the development, plus provides an ideal base for students studying at many of the nearby universities or colleges. For shopping options, Harringay Green Lane’s Shopping City is around a 10-minute walk away, whilst the street food feasts and pop-up malls of Boxpark is a short tube journey away. Nearby, The Naturalist pub and restaurant, Sublime Pizzeria and Bar and Zer Coffee and Juice Bar are all great places to visit once government restrictions are eased.
Enjoying a well-connected Zone 2 location, travelling around London couldn’t be any easier. Residents can walk to Manor House tube station in just a few minutes where there is direct links to King’s Cross St Pancras, the West End and Heathrow Airport via the Piccadilly line. Overground services can be found at Finsbury Park, also just a 15-minute walk away and Highbury and Islington station is also nearby. Local bus services run to Finsbury Park and Camden Town for Victoria and Northern Line links.
Prices start from £155,000 for a 25% share of a two-bedroom apartment with a full market value of £620,000.
For more information about Heron Quarter or to register your details, visit www.nhgsales.com or call 020 3815 2222.