Metro and London Evening Standard take a fancy to Network Homes’ properties

Network Homes, formerly known as Network Living, has recently rebranded and is making a firm stance in the press showcasing what they do best – providing quality homes to create thriving communities.

Journalist Oliver Wadeson did an eye-catching piece on Kilburn Quarter in Metro’s Hard Hat feature ‘it’s Kilburn’s Night’, highlighting the £600-million regeneration project currently underway at South Kilburn. Network Homes is proudly building the latest phase, Kilburn Quarter, which will see 229 new homes designed by award-winning team architects Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands and Alison Brooks Architects due to complete in 2017.

It doesn’t end there, The Vista Collection – an exclusive collection of luxurious apartments in Stockwell – caught the eye of Evening Standard journalist David Spittles, who included the apartments for Smart Moves dubbing Stockwell as the new Clapham. These two-bedroom apartments boast a private balcony with panoramic views of the city and residents can also enjoy exclusive use of the sky garden on the 20th floor. Buyers can move in just in time for summer and be in the midst of the lively celebrations of music, art, food and culture taking place this summer in Brixton – one of London’s most vibrant districts. Brockwell Park, Brixton is just a 13 minute bus journey away and will be home to a number of festivals in June and July as well as the annual Lambeth Country Show on 16th and 17th July.

For more information about these developments, visit the Network Homes website, or call 0300 373 3000.

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