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There’s still time to buy a Crossrail home

We’ve heard and read a lot about how the arrival of Crossrail will impact the property market. With the first Crossrail line set to open next month, entering passenger service between Liverpool Street and Shenfield, Essex, it seems those who have bought along the line are finally set to reap the benefits. However, there’s still time to invest in a Crossrail home, even on a budget!

We’ve found a selection of homes available through Help to Buy and shared ownership that enjoy ideal locations nearby to upcoming Crossrail stations. Buyers will find themselves ideally positioned for fast-track travel in and around the capital, and as a homeowner be able to benefit from growth on the value of their property too.

Trinity Walk is a distinctive new neighbourhood of stylish one, two and three-bedroom apartments and three and four-bedroom townhouses, located just a mile from the new Crossrail station in Woolwich. With 12 services an hour, homebuyers from Woolwich will be able to reach Canary Wharf in eight minutes, Liverpool Street in 14 minutes and Bond Street in just 22 minutes, when The Elizabeth Line opens later this year. Each home is completed to the same high specification with a private outdoor area and to top it off, London Help to Buy is available which means buyers only need a 5% deposit.

Enjoying a more rural location, So Resi Wokingham will be just a ten-minute journey away from Reading’s Crossrail station which is opening in December 2019, ideal for commuting homebuyers. The development comprises a new collection of one and two-bedroom apartments and two to four-bedroom homes in Wokingham which are available to purchase through shared ownership with So Resi. The homes are built to a high specification, with spacious living areas and stylish fittings adding a touch of luxury.

A home on the Downs

New on Property House Marketing’s books this month is this bespoke six-bedroom, four-storey house in Guildford, comprising over 6500 sq. ft., and benefitting from an enviable elevated position just a few yards from the North Downs in Surrey.

Alongside its picturesque views across the Downs and convenient location – just a 21-minute walk to Guildford train station – the sense of space at Northdowns Heights is what sets it apart from the rest. The home’s expansive living areas are designed not just for family living but for entertaining on a large scale too, with floor-to-ceiling glazing opening onto the rear terrace and extending this space in warmer weather.

The hub of the house is undoubtedly the sitting, dining and kitchen space, where each area is clearly defined and the dining and sitting rooms afford extensive views to the front and over the rear garden respectively. From the dining area, doors also open onto a large terrace from which the fabulous view over the Surrey Hills can be enjoyed over a morning coffee. There is also a formal dining room and study.

The leisure and entertaining space doesn’t stop there; on the lower ground floor there is a large gym and shower room as well as a media room that includes a fun bar area.

Externally, the expertise of award-winning landscape architect Kevin Murphy is clearly evident; his imaginative yet intuitive design of the rear garden uses a multi-layer approach, making the most of the space by creating distinctive, separate areas and providing a stunning backdrop for the home.

Northdowns Heights is on the market for £3.5m. For more information, or to arrange an appointment to view the property, please contact Hill Clements (01483 300300) or email info@hillclements.com.

Clever tricks and unexpected treats for Halloween

Trick or Treat? We’re happy with either! Take a look at our pick of homes that benefit from clever design and layout tricks, as well as luxurious treats.

Northdowns Heights, Guildford

A new, four-storey family home just over 6,000 sq ft with extensive and truly spectacular views; on the market with Hill Clements

Price: £3.5m for a six-bedroom family home

Clever trick: The home is thoughtfully orientated to take the best advantage of the elevated setting and southerly views

Treat: The family home boasts an impressive expanse of leisure and entertaining space including a fitness suite, media room and bar on the lower ground floor

 

Alton Court, Ealing

The first phase of private homes at Copley Hanwell W7, an extensive regeneration and development by Broadway Living

Prices start from £380,000 for a one-bedroom apartment

Clever trick: Profits from private-sale homes goes into creating affordable homes in Ealing

Treat: Regardless of the tenure, all of the homes have the same high-quality specification

 

Electric Quarter, Enfield

A collection of three and four-bedroom townhouses by Lovell Homes; all homes are available to purchase with London Help to Buy

Prices start from £474,995 for a three-bedroom townhouse

Clever trick: The high ceilings (2.5 metres) in the four-bedroom townhouses create a drastic sense of space that can be hard to find

Treat: All of the townhouses are available to purchase through London Help to Buy, which means just a five per cent deposit is required, and the Government lends 40% towards the purchase price, interest free for the first five years, so only a mortgage for the remaining 55% needs to be arranged

 

Shere View House - Grantley - Property House Marketing

Autumnal homes for the season

As the nights are drawing in and the cold weather fast approaching, we have picked a couple of our favourite homes perfect for the season, complete with cosy living rooms and fireplaces to smart, energy-efficient features to save on those winter bills.

 

Shere View House, Shere

Currently on the market for £2,250,000 

Shere View House is a five-bedroom, three-bathroom family home set within a 0.9 acre plot with stunning views over the adjoining farmland and surrounding hills. Internally, the home comprises a vaulted entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, family room, study, pantry and boot room. The drawing room features a cosy energy-efficient wood burner, which releases heat slowly through its cast-iron shell. Detached ancillary accommodation is set in the beautifully-landscaped gardens, featuring a mezzanine level, kitchenette and bathroom as well as a detached heritage barn-style garage, car port and garden/machinery store.

 

Northdowns Heights, Guildford 

Currently on the market for £3,500,000

Northdowns Heights is a beautiful four-storey family home of approximately 6,000 sq ft with extensive and truly spectacular views. It is ideally situated on a very popular residential road within walking distance of Guildford’s high street and train station (journey times to London Waterloo from around35 mins) and just a few yards from stunning countryside walks in the Surrey Hills. There is underfloor heating throughout with many hidden energy-efficient features including copper-pipe work and a sophisticated heat-recovery system. The home incorporates impressive entertaining space including a fitness suite, media room and bar on the lower ground floor; a drawing room, large family sitting/dining/kitchen with large bi-fold doors which open onto a large balcony to the front, and garden terrace at the rear.

 

If you’re an estate agent looking to maximize coverage for your homes in press and on social media, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team, to discuss how we can help, on 01483 561119 or email info@housegroup.co.uk.