New Homes in Uxbridge
If you want to live close to the bright lights of but keep life at a calmer pace, new homes in Uxbridge could be perfect for you. Close to and in , Uxbridge’s Underground station whisks you into on the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines in no time at all.
With nearby for holidays abroad, you only need to take a few steps to enjoy the delights of the Colne Valley. Explore Denham Country Park, take the dog to Hillingdon Court Park and go for relaxing walks around Little Britain Lake too; all with our developments closest to Uxbridge below.
Live the Uxbridge life
Whether you want to buy a new home in Uxbridge for the top transport links, great schools or the spectacular open spaces right on your doorstep, you can look forward to an excellent quality of life in Uxbridge. Even more so when you get a leg up on your house purchase, thanks to schemes such as the government’s London Help to Buy initiative, which is available to first-time buyers.
Things to see and do in Uxbridge
One of the town’s biggest draws is its location right next to the Colne Valley Regional Park. Spread across 27,500 acres - or 43 square miles - and with everything from rivers to lakes, woods and kids’ adventure playgrounds, this is an absolute dream for families, dog walkers, joggers, cyclists, or people just looking to enjoy a relaxing stroll.
You can also stretch your legs at Hillingdon Court Park, Dowding Park Fassnidge Park close to the heart of town, or head to the Hillingdon Sports and Leisure Complex for some exercise. Hit the Hillingdon Trail for some charming canalside scenery, spend the day exploring Ten Acre Wood and push your little ones on the swings at Rockingham Recreation Ground.
When the time comes for your children to turn their attention to their studies, top local primary schools include John Locke Academy and St Mary’s Catholic Primary. Both of these schools are rated as outstanding by Ofsted, along with local secondaries Vyners School and Swakeleys School for Girls.
Uxbridge transport links
The Tube station along Uxbridge High Street is the terminus for the Underground’s Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines. This gives you direct access to central stops such as Hyde Park Corner, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square and Covent Garden, as well as Wembley Park, Baker Street and King’s Cross St. Pancras. Getting to Central London takes around an hour, depending on where you’re heading.
As well as buses and train stations in nearby West Ruislip and West Drayton, the A40 also runs just to the north of town. A short trip west on this leads you to the M40 and M25 motorways in no time at all, while Heathrow Airport is also just five miles south.
The Uxbridge property scene
Due to the longer commute into the heart of the capital, Uxbridge enjoys significantly lower house prices than the London average. Whether you’re looking at the Twenties and Thirties properties which are most prevalent in the town, a cosy bungalow or a new studio or apartment in a nearby spot such as Hayes, the affordability of this area is a huge draw.Thanks to all the positives it has going for it, buying a new home in Uxbridge could prove to be a wonderful investment. And thanks to such as our Movemaker scheme, your next purchase could proceed much more smoothly than you ever imagined possible.