The hugely successful development has just 22 one- and two-bedroom apartments remaining from a total of 223 homes. The remaining apartments start from just £195,000 and are available under Help to Buy, meaning that buyers can snap them up with as little as a 5% deposit. First-time buyers are also exempt from stamp duty when purchasing these homes.
Located just two minutes from Luton Airport Parkway station, the new apartments are set within urban squares and landscaped parklands known as Napier Park. The homes benefit from cycle storage, secure parking, as well as proximity to shops, food courts and restaurants.
The beautifully styled one and two-bedroom apartments have been designed for contemporary living, and are finished to the high specification that Redrow is renowned for. Interiors include modern white gloss kitchens with handle-less design, contemporary built-in wardrobes in the master bedroom and ceramic tiles to bathrooms and en-suites.
Earlier this year Luton was named London’s top commuter hotspot, thanks to its 24-minute connections to central London, which run 24-hours a day. On top of this, the location boasts good motorway connections and an airport on its doorstep, making Saxon Square a perfect location for travelling for work and holidays.
James Holmear, Sales Director at our London division, said: “Ambitious regeneration plans, great connectivity and well-priced homes all make Luton a fantastic place to purchase for both first-time buyers and investors.
“Luton has been identified as one of the best performing towns across the UK for price growth, however, prices are still 50% lower than the average London house price. Prospective buyers who act now could benefit substantially in the long run.”
Located in the heart of a major regeneration area, Luton is also expected to receive a further £1.5 billion of inward investment over the next couple of years, including a £110 million investment into London Luton Airport, transforming the area into a vibrant new community, which seamlessly combines working, living and leisure. This continued regeneration of the area has brought rapid population growth, exceeding that of other London commuter towns.