Westgate House, the much anticipated final phase of Barratt London’s popular GWQ development, launched today
Westgate House, the concluding phase of Barratt London’s Great West Quarter (GWQ) development in Brentford, launched today. The building is made up of 83 one and two-bedroom apartments over nine storeys, with the upper floors benefitting from panoramic views over the city and surrounding countryside.
Defined by a landmark glass atrium that will hold one of the largest internal living green walls in Europe, Westgate House will be characterised internally and externally by the finest in contemporary architecture. The plants inside the atrium will help purify the air in communal areas. Each apartment will enjoy a thoughtfully-planned layout including a private winter garden, framed by floor-to-ceiling glazing, maximising the influx of natural light and enhancing the sense of interior space. Each apartment will include an allocated parking space.
GWQ has been a catalyst for rising residential interest in the area. It is located within easy reach of central London and the shopping and leisure attractions of nearby Kew and Richmond. Travelling into central London is made easy, with direct train services running to London Waterloo from Brentford train station. London Heathrow airport is just 16 minutes away by car.
Set against a backdrop of landscaped piazzas, complete with cafes and restaurants, residents at GWQ have the benefit of a 12-hour a day concierge, gated underground parking, a residents' car club, a residents’ cycle club, a fitness suite and a Sainsbury’s Local supermarket. A 204-room Novotel hotel has recently opened while a medical centre and crèche are in the planning.
Prices started from £317,500, for a one-bedroom apartment at launch.