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Located in an enviable position opposite the historic Barnham Park, Parkside Place will include one, two and three bedroom apartments, three-bedroom duplexes and houses.
Andrew Loveday, Sales Director at Countryside comments: “The previous phase of apartments at Parkside Place was a huge success, therefore we are delighted to be creating more homes in the final part of the development and offering for the first time three bedroom duplexes and houses. With a wider range of homes we expect demand to be further heightened and we strongly advise those who are interested in joining the community at Parkside Place to register their interest soon, so they do not miss out.”
Parkside Place is conveniently placed for transport links meaning an easy commute into Central London. Less than half a mile away, Sudbury Town is the nearest tube station on the Piccadilly Line from where it is direct to the West End in around half an hour. Even closer, Sudbury and Harrow Road station on the Overground Line has services to Marylebone station in just 14 minutes. Parkside Place is also well served by several bus routes, while many local amenities are in comfortable walking distance making it easy to get about town.
A lively and exciting borough, Wembley is known for its world famous stadium and arena hosting high profile sporting fixtures and concerts. Following extensive regeneration of the area, alongside these is a thriving new complex containing restaurants, cafes and shops including the London Designer Outlet, an exciting designer discount mall providing 75 outlets. For further retail therapy, Wembley has Ikea, one of the largest Tesco’s in the country, bustling Wembley High Road and it is just a short distance to Brent Cross Shopping Centre. For a more peaceful pastime, the historic Barham Park is a leafy enclave to spend some time outdoors walking or relaxing, while for the energetic, Vale Farm Sports Centre offers nearby swimming, tennis and sports facilities.
Prices for a one-bedroom apartment start from £317,500 and for a two-bedroom apartment from £375,000. Selected properties will be available to purchase through the London Help to Buy scheme.
Information correct at time of publication.