Why invest in Apt Living, Kew Bridge part of a multibillion regeneration area?
The London borough of Hounslow, is one of the capital’s largest boroughs, covering 56 square kilometres and stretching from the border of Heathrow airport in the west to Chiswick in the east. The borough acts as the conduit between Central London and the outer West London sub-region including Heathrow airport.
The borough of Hounslow also has one of the largest economies of all London boroughs, comprising od around 143,400 employee jobs and 12,500 businesses. It is also the most rapidly growing boroughs, between 2011 – present the population grew by 20% compared to 8% in England.
The regeneration alone in Brentford is a multibillion scheme with new homes being built, plus the launch of the new football stadium, shops, offices, a museum, arts centre, major supermarkets and cinema. On top of all of this there is a £50 million regeneration project for Gunnersbury Park, which will be home to the largest sports facility in the Capital. The Centre expected to cost around £13.8 million will include a fitness hub, tennis courts as well as football and cricket pitches.
House prices for Apt Living are around 41% lower than those of neighbouring boroughs. Apt Living is priced extremely well in comparison to the neighbouring areas such as Acton and Richmond with prices in those areas starting at around £400,000 for a 1 bedroom apartment. Apt Living is priced between 30% - 55% lower than the neighbouring boroughs which is extremely attractive to potential buyers with Heathrow and the Crossrail being on their doorsteps.
Fraser & Co’s Hong Kong Director, Neil Jensen has said that he “expects this exciting new development to attract a lot of interest from international buyers, particularly in Asia where the ongoing Brexit negotiations have made UK real estate a more attractive prospect. Prices here are 41 per cent lower than the neighbouring W3 & W5 postcodes and with transport hubs such as Heathrow Airport, the M4 and Kew Bridge station on the doorstep; we believe it will greatly appeal to the Hong Kong investor market.”
Apt Living’s stylish, compact and intelligently designed apartments, by MSMR Architects, help to breathe new life into city living. The layout of the development serves to maximise the square footage by reducing wide hallways and any other space that is not used on a daily basis. Instead, Apt Living Kew Bridge has multi-purpose features, offering large floor to ceiling windows across the apartments, common parts and amenity spaces that bring light and space into the building, framing the unique outlook to the adjacent Gunnersbury Park.
Apt Living Kew Bridge is easily accessible by both car and public transport. The development is less than a five minute walk from Kew Bridge station, just 11 minutes from Gunnersbury station. Central London is easily accessible, with journey times of 18 minutes to Clapham Junction, 31 minutes to Waterloo and 18 minutes to Oxford Circus, respectively. Heathrow Airport is only 16 minutes away by car. There are also regular bus services that provide access to every corner of the capital.
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