380,000.00 - 590,000.00 GBP
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Est. Completion: Block K2 - Harp View Apartments: Q2 2022
Something new and very exciting is happening in north London. Hendon Waterside is part of the major regeneration of West Hendon, covering over 30 acres and encompassing over 2,000 homes. The development will also provide new parks, leisure facilities, and amenities within the beautiful and green surroundings of the Welsh Harp reservoir.
Hendon Waterside is revitalizing this part of London by creating a vibrant new area to live, shop, and work in. The multi-million pound regeneration of neighboring Brent Cross and Cricklewood intends to ‘create a new gateway for London and a vibrant new urban area in Barnet’.
Owning a home at Hendon Waterside means that you will be part of this brand new neighborhood. Whether you enjoy it by relaxing on your balcony, taking in the glorious views of the green spaces surrounding the development, or exploring the exciting new area, this is a unique lifestyle destination.
The development offers residents stylish new homes, set within expansive landscaped communal gardens adjacent to the beautifully restored lakefront. Most homes have their own private balcony
or terrace and everyone will have access to an abundance of green open space and play areas. The layout and design of Hendon Waterside have been carefully considered to ensure it delivers greatly improved pedestrian and vehicular access into and around the development.
Leisure and community facilities, new amenities, and transport links have also been a key focus in the creation of this new and exciting neighborhood. Hendon Waterside has been awarded the prestigious Built for Life commendation, a Government-endorsed accolade for well-designed homes and a recognized industry seal of approval.
- Landscaped communal gardens
- Car parking for all homes
- Hendon and the surrounding area of Barnet are home to a number of primary and secondary schools
- All homes have outdoor space
- Hendon railway station (7-minute walk)
- Surrounded by 70 hectares of green space and open water