New homes launch at Redrow's popular West London scheme
We are announcing the launch of Ashwell House - 107 new homes at their West London development. The latest launch includes one, two- and three-bedroom apartments and will be available from Saturday 14th March.
Perfectly located in sought after West London, with excellent links to central London and Heathrow Airport, The West Works is set to become one of London’s best-connected developments with the arrival of Crossrail – London’s ambitious £14.8 billion infrastructure project.
This new train line will connect residents to shopping destination Bond Street in just 17 minutes, Liverpool Street in the heart of the city in 24 minutes and the major business district of Canary Wharf in half an hour, which makes the new homes ideal for city commuters. Heathrow will also only be an eight-minute train journey or 30 minutes by car, connecting residents to hundreds of flights daily for business and leisure travel.
The new homes will be within the development’s 22-storey apartment building, the main feature of the development, with the best views of the London skyline. Luxury fixtures and fittings are seamlessly set into contemporary fully fitted kitchens and bathrooms. The exteriors of the new apartments are just as striking, with brick buildings and large floor to ceiling windows. Residents also have access to communal podium and rooftop gardens.
James Holmear, Sales Director for our Greater London region, comments: “Our homes in Southall offer a fantastic opportunity to invest in one of London’s fastest growing areas, with connections to locations across London in under 30 minutes. Over the past few years, Southall has been awarded £4.4 million from the London Mayor’s Regeneration Fund, as well as £1.4 million from Ealing Council and £1.9 million from Transport for London.
“This inward investment is combining to create lively commercial zones and large new neighbourhoods, attracting savvy home buyers who are already capitalising on the excepted house price growth.”
As the area is still early in its regeneration journey, apartments in Southall typically sold for 54% less than the London average . With the arrival of Crossrail, the area is set to benefit from high levels of demand and property values are expected to continue to increase at a much faster rate than other parts of the Capital. Property investors can also expect a rental yield in the region of 4% .