All homes have been designed to make the most of natural light, and are well-equipped for contemporary lifestyles. The one, two and three-bedroom apartments boast expansive, open plan kitchen/living/dining areas; providing the perfect focal point for residents to gather together when cooking, eating, or relaxing. These spaces can then be extended further via a balcony or terrace; a feature available in all homes on offer. For two and three-bed properties, the main bedroom enjoys an en-suite bathroom, with the remaining bedrooms being served by the main bathroom. All rooms are well-proportioned, with ample storage space available throughout.
Benefitting from a superb specification, all kitchens come fully fitted with Indesit appliances, gloss white fitted units and/or fridge freezer, and LED downlights. Bathrooms feature contemporary sanitary ware in white, Madagascar Blanco tiles, mirrored wall cabinets with shaving points, and chrome heated towel rails. Additional features include Moonlight or Chestnut Natural laminate flooring throughout the properties, fitted wardrobes to master bedrooms with sliding opaque glass doors, and a garden, balcony, or terrace to each and every apartment.
For leisure amenities, residents at Rectory Park are well catered for, with Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre a mere 15-minute bus ride away; offering a plethora of Highstreet favourites and independent stores. Alternatively, there is Westfield Shopping Centre – a top-tier choice for the discerning shopper/diner, and only 18 minutes away via the Central Line. Ealing Broadway is also set for a new cultural quarter and will include a 1000 seat Picturehouse Cinema.
Lisa Ley, Head of Sales and Marketing at Network Homes comments:
Buyers’ priorities have changed drastically since the outbreak of coronavirus. A community-centric environment is now considered one of the most important factors when it comes to purchasing a home. Situated in an already tight-knit community, with Network Homes also contributing to the town’s remarkable regeneration, Rectory Park embodies this very idea.
Built as part of a large regeneration project – alongside a new Community Centre, and orchard (planted by Network Homes and the local community) – the final phase of Rectory Park comprises a collection of one, two, and three-bedroom apartments. Available to purchase on a Shared Ownership basis; home-hunters can make their way onto the property ladder by purchasing a 40% share of the property.
For commuters or regular travellers, the development benefits from effortless connections into central London and beyond, with bus stops right on the doorstep, as well as Northolt underground station, Northolt Park rail station and the A40 close by.
Prices at Rectory Park start at £110,000 for a 40% share of a one-bedroom apartment priced at £275,000, £144,000 for a 40% share of a two-bedroom apartment priced at £360,000, and £121,250 for a 25% share of a three-bedroom apartment priced at £485,000. For further information please visit www.networkhomessales.co.uk.