Anthology’s landmark Wembley Parade has now launched
On 27th and 28th April, London residential developer Anthology launched homes available through Help to Buy at its Wembley Parade development, the latest addition to join the exciting transformation of Wembley.
Wembley Parade will comprise a collection of five buildings including a twelve-floor tower, providing 195 one, two- and three-bedroom apartments. All homes feature a private balcony or terrace and prices start from £399,000, Help to Buy is also available on selected homes.
The Help to Buy London initiative, offers a Government loan of up to 40 per cent (interest free for five years) on homes up to the value of £600,000. Buyers will require a minimum 5 per cent deposit with a 55 per cent mortgage making up the remaining amount.
David Newey, Anthology’s Project Director for Wembley Parade said: “Change is happening daily across London and we are excited to be a part of Wembley’s continued transformation. Wembley is such an exciting place to be right now with quick and direct connections to Central London and its thriving hub of shops, restaurants and entertainment, including the recent opening of the popular, Boxpark Wembley.
“Wembley Parade is just a three-minute walk from Wembley Park Station, which offers quick connections into Central London via the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines, making it perfect for young professionals who commute into work.
“Due to the appealing start from price and the availability of Help to Buy, we expect these homes will attract a vast range of buyers, especially with those looking to make their first step onto the property ladder.”
Tom Brandhorst and Amy De Klerk, are one of many first-time buyers who have found home at one of Anthology’s other London developments, Deptford Foundry:
“Not only has Help to Buy enabled us to fast forward our future plans by a few years but we were also glad to find out that our monthly mortgage repayments work out cheaper than what we had been paying for rent which is a huge bonus!
“We always thought that if we wanted to own a property in London that it would be game over for us as we’d most likely have to move out to the suburbs to afford a place. However, with Help to Buy and the affordability at Deptford Foundry we can still live centrally in zone 2 in a vibrant area, and still be close to the buzz and all of our friends – it’s worked out perfectly and far sooner than expected!”
Wembley Parade development, designed by GRID Architects, will provide a mix of social rented, shared ownership, private homes and adaptable homes. There will also be a dedicated covered play space for residents’ children to enjoy and a new landscape courtyard.
For more details on the apartments, please visit: anthology.london/register or call 0203 3089 814.