New Homes in Edgware
If you’re looking for somewhere on the outskirts of London that offers great access to the capital, but still has everything you need right on your doorstep, houses in Edgware could be just the ticket. Located in Barnet, it’s less than 10 miles from Charing Cross Station.
Edgware offers far more peace and tranquillity than many central areas. With large greenspaces such as Edgwarebury Park and Stanmore County Park to explore, you can still jump on the Tube for a convenient trip to work. There’s also great access to the M1 motorway, whether you need it to head north or south.
The centre of town has all the modern amenities you could ask for, whether it’s supermarkets, high street shops in the Broadwalk Centre, or bars, restaurants and cafés. A thriving community in its own right, with great links to other parts of London and beyond, start searching for your new home near Edgware here.
Live the Edgware life
Whether you’re captivated by the green spaces, community feel or great transport links, buying a new home in Edgware could turn out to be one of the best decisions you ever make. Particularly if you take advantage of an offer such as the government’s London Help to Buy scheme. With this, you could buy a new home with just a 5% deposit and 55% mortgage, thanks to the government providing you with an equity loan for the rest.
Things to see and do in Edgware
Forming the northern boundary of town, the 22-hectare Edgwarebury Park is a real highlight of the area with its pretty gardens, extensive sports facilities and playground. Stanmore Country Park next door is even bigger, while Elstree Open Space, Scratchwood Open Space and Aldenham Country Park are all within walking distance.
With Stoneyfields Park, King George V Memorial Gardens and Watling Park all close to the heart of town, you’ve also got Brent Reservoir and Fryent Country Park just to the south of town. Both of these places are perfect for relaxing walks. From trips to the Royal Air Force Museum and afternoons browsing the Broadwalk Shopping Centre, Edgware is full of top draws.
A great place to live if you have children, Edgware Primary is one of the top local schools for younger kids. It’s rated as good by Ofsted, while Goldbeaters Primary and Barnfield Primary to the south of town are classed as outstanding.
At secondary level, Hendon’s Hasmonean High School for Boys and Hasmonean High School for Girls are both outstanding choices, while North London Collegiate School is a mixed all-through independent on Canons Drive in the west of town.
Edgware transport links
As the northern terminus for one of the Tube’s two branches of the Northern line, Edgware offers direct access to places like Camden Town, Euston, Monument and London Bridge. There are also plenty of buses available and trains at the nearby Mill Hill Broadway station. If you have a car, the M1 motorway passes to the east of town, while the M25 circular isn’t far away either.
The Edgware property scene
Property prices in town are lower than the London average, which means you can get more for your money when you buy a new home in the Edgware area. Thanks to a stunning selection of 1 and 2 bedroom homes next to Brent Reservoir in neighbouring Hendon, you can do exactly that.Whether this is the place for you or you’re also looking at modern apartments in Wembley, Harrow or Mill Hill, don’t forget to ask your adviser about such as our scheme when you enquire today.