Alton Court, the first phase of private-sale homes at Copley Hanwell W7, will be ready to move into this spring. With completion on the horizon, it is the perfect opportunity to delve into what the development has in store for residents.
Copley Hanwell W7 is an extensive regeneration and development by Broadway Living, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ealing Council, which is transforming the former Copley Close estate into an attractive mixed-tenure neighbourhood that will enhance, benefit and integrate with the wider community.
When complete, the development will deliver over 700 new and refurbished homes in a fresh, modern and aspirational community designed to appeal to first time buyers, working professionals and families, including a range of facilities such as:
On-site shops: the provision of local shops including a convenience store for day to day needs as well as plans for a coffee shop and additional services such as a hairdressers.
Community facilities: a new community centre providing a hub for residents to enjoy and flexible space for multiple uses. There will also be an on-site estate management office, a unique feature for a council-led development.
Car & cycle parking: Homes with three or more bedrooms will have dedicated car parking spaces and street parking will be available. Cyclists will benefit from secure cycle parking.
Car club facility: Car clubs are a hassle-free and cost-effective alternative to owning a car. It is proposed that one car club space will be provided with three-year free membership for all new residents – the number of spaces can be increased however it is subject to demand.
Alton Court offers residents a stylish and contemporary home, with every apartment boasting a high-standard specification and sleek design. The homes feature an open-plan layout and floor-to-ceiling, triple-glazed windows; the modern kitchens include fully integrated appliances while the bedrooms are spacious and light. The generous living space extends outside, as every apartment has a private balcony.
Just a handful of homes remain for sale and are available to purchase with London Help to Buy which means buyers only need a 5% deposit; the government will lend 40% of the home’s value – interest free for the first five years – so a mortgage for only 55% of the full amount will need to be arranged.
The homes will be ready for occupation from March 2018; prices start from £369,995 for a one-bedroom apartment. To view the showhome or any of the available apartments give us a call today on 0207 846 0291.