Launching Juniper Terrace at Edgware Green

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Juniper Terrace, the latest phase at Barratt London’s Edgware Green development, launches.

Juniper Terrace is the latest phase to launch at Barratt London’s Edgware Green development, located on the edge of the Metropolitan green belt. This phase is made up of three-storey, four-bedroom townhouses perfect for family living. The homes at Juniper Terrace have been designed to maximise comfort, space and light, through large open-plan layouts. Owners will be able to move in and enjoy their fully fitted kitchens, tiled bathrooms, underground parking and private outdoor space immediately upon completion

Regional Sales Director at Barratt London, Gary Patrick said: “Edgware Green is built in response to the demand for well-designed homes in affordable, safe communities amongst local amenities and within 30 minutes of central London. Edgware Green provides the best value, space and quality design, surrounded by greenery, and within walking distance of the affluent neighbourhoods of Canons Park and Mill Hill, as well as popular retail and leisure destinations.”

Edgware Green residents will benefit from green open spaces and the safety of a suburban community. As well as being able to enjoy the surrounding amenities at nearby Broadwalk Shopping Centre, and outdoor spaces such as Canons Park and Mill Hill. The development is also conveniently located near a large Sainsbury’s superstore, Stanmore Medical Centre, schools and local gyms.

The area is extremely popular with families, with Edgware Infant School and Broadfields Primary School just minutes away, as well as The London Academy, which is less than a two-minute walk away. 

Edgware Green has an excellent transport network of nearby underground lines, bus routes and the M1 motorway. Residents can reach London in just 30 minutes via the Edgware tube station and London Luton airport can be reached in just 27 minutes. 

Prices at the launch event started at £720,000 for a four-bedroom home and are available to move into this spring.