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Network Homes unveils Rectory Park in Northolt

Updated: Jan 27, 2021

Home workers rush to Rectory Park for spacious two-bedroom homes ..

Editorial Team | 28th December, 2020

The ongoing pandemic has created a very distinct shift in priorities when it comes to property ‘must-haves’. Unsurprisingly, room to accommodate an office space has reached the top of buyers’ lists; meaning demand for two-bedroom apartments is at an all-time high. Recent research has indicated that there has been a 9.1% value increase for two-bedroom apartments over the past few months as a result of the widespread desire to own a home with that all-important extra bedroom. With this in mind, London based housing association, Network Homes, is proud to offer a beautiful selection of spacious two-bedroom apartments at their Shared Ownership scheme, Rectory Park in Northolt.

Comprising a versatile collection of one, two- and three-bedroom Shared Ownership apartments and houseshis stylish scheme forms an integral part of Northolt’s remarkable regeneration. All one-and three-bedroom apartments and houses at Rectory Park are now sold, meaning only a handful of two-bedroom Shared Ownership apartments remain. Built alongside a new Community Centre and a thriving, newly planted fruit orchard, the two-bedroom homes on offer provide a calming haven for London buyers who are looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, as well as offer comfortable living arrangements for home-working lifestyles.

The two-bedroom properties available typically boast between 71 and 78 square meters of space; with two sizable bedrooms, one main bathroom and a handy en-suite to main bedrooms. The respective properties also enjoy impressive open plan kitchen/living/dining areas; providing the ideal focal point for residents to gather together when cooking, eating, or relaxing. These spaces are extended further via a balcony.

Lisa Ley, Head of Sales and Marketing at Network Homes comments: “Home-buyers are much more cautious than they were this time last year. They have many more qualities to consider before settling on a property, because the recent lockdowns may well have altered their views on what they consider important for a home. Our collection of two-bedroom properties here at Rectory Park can accommodate flexi/home working lifestyles, as well as offer a welcome expanse of green open space and excellent travel connections right on the doorstep of the development. These homes available truly have something for everyone. We therefore urge interested parties to book a virtual or physical viewing as soon as possible.”

Each and every home at Rectory Park enjoys a first-class specification. Kitchens come fully fitted in Symphony New York range, with integrated Indesit appliances, gloss white fitted units to the larder and/or fridge freezer, and stylish LED downlights. Bathrooms and en-suites feature contemporary white sanitary ware, Madagascar Blanco tiles, mirrored wall cabinets with shaving points, and chrome heated towel rails. Additional features include Moonlight or Chestnut Natural laminate flooring, fitted wardrobes to main bedrooms, and a balcony to each and every apartment.

In terms of that all-important green space, Rectory Park enjoys its very own newly planted orchard – planted and nurtured by the local community and Network Homes combined. This will undoubtedly offer a sanctuary to those in search of a calming place to unwind close to home. The development is then surrounded by a large expanse of green space; which houses numerous playgrounds, a golf club, and football pitches.

When it comes to leisure amenities, residents at Rectory Park truly are spoilt for choice; with the nearby Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre just 15-minute away by bus, and playing host to a vast range of Highstreet favourites and niche, independent stores. A little further afield is the famed Westfield London Shopping Centre – with a fabulous selection of shops and popular eateries which can be accessed in 18 minutes via the Central Line. Ealing Broadway is also set for a new cultural quarter, and will include a 1000 seat Picturehouse Cinema.

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 from £150,000 for a 40% share of a two-bedroom apartment priced at £375,000. For more information visit:



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