Edgware Green is in London’s “growth zone”


Homes and Property calls Edgware Green a “clever buy”. 

The London Evening Standard’s property correspondent, David Spittles, features Barratt London’s Edgware Green development as a new development in the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson’s “growth zone”.

Edgware Green is located near Colindale – “an area on the up” – and is an “obvious location for young Londoners” says Spittles. The area has a number of playing fields, country parks and avenues, and located on the Northern line in Zone 4, it’s an easy commute to the City or West End.

The design at Edgware Green is “sound” says Spittles, with big four-bedroom townhouses at Juniper Terrace featuring “private gardens, open-plan kitchen and family rooms, plus underground parking with direct access to each property”.

On the latest phase at Edgware Green, Canon’s Way Apartments, Gary Patrick, Regional Sales Director at Barratt London, comments: “Thanks to the area’s excellent schools, amenities and transport links, there is already a great deal of interest in Canon’s Way. Homes at Edgware Green are some of the best equipped and most affordable in London. Properties here provide an easy route into the Capital as well as an exceptionally appealing home environment.”

Edgware Green offers residents the best of both worlds, with contemporary urban homes situated in a bustling community and close to green parks. Once complete, the development will be home to 937 one, two and three-bedroom apartments and three and four-bedroom houses, all with their own outdoor space in the form of balconies, terraces or gardens.

Follow the link to read the full article on New Homes in London: Nordic Quarter, Edgware Green on homesandproperty.co.uk.