According to Aldermore bank’s First Time Buyer Index survey of 1000 participants, 43% stated that a garden or balcony was the most important consideration when buying a home, and 33% noted that proximity to a park was their top priority. Rectory Park by Network Homes offers prospective buyers the best of both worlds; with balconies, terraces or lawn space to all apartments, a serene on-site orchard for residents to explore at their leisure, and acres of glorious green space adjacent to the development. Comprising a stylish collection of one and two-bedroom apartments - available to purchase on a Shared Ownership basis - first time buyers can now make their way onto the property ladder by purchasing a 46% share of their home.
Courtney-Reigh Gannon, a spokesperson from Haart Estate Agents comments:
“The sheer sense of space both on and off-site at Rectory Park have been huge pulls for many of our most recent buyers; and, as a result, the units are selling at a rapid rate. The requirement for outdoor space – whether this is a balcony, terrace, or a nearby park – has become paramount for prospective buyers across the UK, and Rectory Park offers all three. With Shared Ownership available on all homes, this is a uniquely affordable opportunity for first-time buyers to own a fabulous new home, with a number of enviable perks.”
The development forms part of Northolt’s remarkable regeneration project; which is set to update and improve the areas offering. Built alongside a new Community Centre, the final phase at Rectory Park provides a calming haven for London buyers who are looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.
Lisa Ley, Head of Sales and Marketing at Network Homes comments:
“Home-hunters’ priorities have changed drastically over the past few months, and it has become abundantly clear that private outdoor space and accessible parkland are now at the top of buyers’ list of ‘must-haves’. Rectory Park offers beautifully finished, first-class living accommodation for all buyer-types, and is surrounded by vast amounts of open greenery – meaning the homes cater for a variety of different lifestyles.”
The one and two-bedroom apartments at Rectory Park have been specifically designed to cater for a range of potential purchases; including solo buyers, couples, sharers, and smaller families. Each home has been built to accentuate the sense of space and light, as well as offer a luxurious specification throughout.
The respective properties enjoy impressive open plan kitchen/living/dining areas; providing the ideal focal point for residents to gather together when cooking, eating, or relaxing. These spaces are extended further via a balcony or terrace; a feature available in all homes on offer.
Benefitting from a first-class specification, all kitchens at Rectory Park come fully fitted in Symphony New York range, with integrated Indesit appliances, gloss white fitted units to the larder and/or fridge freezer, and stylish LED downlights. Bathrooms and en-suites feature contemporary white sanitary ware, Madagascar Blanco tiles, mirrored wall cabinets with shaving points, and chrome heated towel rails. Additional features include Moonlight or Chestnut Natural laminate flooring, fitted wardrobes to master bedrooms, and a balcony or terrace to each and every apartment.
In terms of that all-important green space, Rectory Park enjoys its very own orchard – planted and nurtured by the local community and Network Homes combined. This will undoubtedly offer a sanctuary to those in search of a calming place to unwind close to home. The development is then surrounded by a large expanse of green space; which houses numerous playgrounds, a golf club, and football pitches.
When it comes to leisure amenities, residents at Rectory Park truly are spoilt for choice; with the nearby Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre just 15-minute away by bus, and playing host to a vast range of Highstreet favourites and niche, independent stores. A little further afield is the famed Westfield Shopping Centre – with a fabulous selection of shops and popular eateries which can be accessed in 18 minutes via the Central Line. Ealing Broadway is also set for a new cultural quarter, and will include a 1000 seat Picturehouse Cinema.
For commuters or regular travellers, the development benefits from effortless connections into central London and beyond, with bus stops right on the doorstep, as well as Northolt underground station, Northolt Park rail station and the A40 close by.
Prices at Rectory Park start from £116,000 for a 40% share of a one bed apartment priced at £290,000, or £148,000 for a 40% share of a two-bedroom apartment priced at £370,000.
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