Central Square, Ealing: Move in by Christmas

The first apartments at Central Square are now ready to move into – and buyers who move quickly could be living in a new home by Christmas*.

The modern one and two-bedroom apartments at Central Square combine a prime location with a superb specification that demonstrates exceptional value for money for first-time buyers. London Help to Buy is available on every market-sale property; prices start from £435,000 for a two-bedroom apartment.

David Jubb, Director Greater London Residential Development at JLL, says: “It’s been a busy year for homebuyers, who have been taking advantage of schemes such as the stamp duty holiday and the Government’s new mortgage guarantee scheme. However, for people who have yet to make the move – either to a new home or onto the ladder for the first time – it is not too late. With a selection of superb apartments ready to move into at Central Square, buyers could still find themselves welcoming the new year from their new home.”

Every home offers an impressive specification. The apartments feature an open-plan layout with vast windows that create bright living spaces and offer panoramic views from the higher floors – ideal for entertaining. All kitchens include an integrated Zanussi washer/dryer, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Every two-bedroom apartment includes an en suite shower room to the main bedroom and in every home the main bedroom also includes fitted wardrobes.

Providing respite from the hustle and bustle of the city, buyers have access to plenty of outdoor space; each apartment has its own private balcony and there are communal landscaped gardens for all the residents to enjoy. Residents benefit from a bicycle hire membership from Brompton Bikes and will receive a free, three-year membership to the Enterprise Car Club; a car will be stationed at Central Square. Broadway Living will also deliver a playground, community hub and a local shop for the day-to-day essentials.

Ealing is one of the most attractive neighbourhoods in the capital. Located within easy reach of central London, its extensive green space adds a village charm to the bustling high street. A range of shops, bars and restaurants, together with a dynamic new urban quarter, Dicken’s Yard, which offers lifestyle brands, leisure activities and a weekly artisan market are located in the centre of Ealing, just two miles from Central Square.

Castle Bar Park train station is situated at the centre of Copley W7 just a minute’s walk from Central Square, offering direct services to London Paddington in 22 minutes. Copley W7 is a ten-minute cycle from Ealing Broadway station, which is connected by the Overground, District and Central Line train services.

*Reserve by 19th November