Apartments Released For Sale In Harrow

Posted 17 September 2020 by Keith Osborne

Barratt London is now offering the Cornelius Apartments at its major Eastman Village scheme in northwest London...

The Cornelius Apartments at Barratt London’s Eastman Village development in Harrow are just launched and offer 11 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments.

Each apartment includes a fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and plenty of storage space, and each home comes with a private balcony or terrace with views overlooking the courtyard gardens.

Eastman Village is a regeneration project in Harrow which will provide over 2,000 new homes, a school, shops, leisure and community facilities, a new medical centre and commercial space. A joint venture between Barratt London and Hyde Housing, 40% of the new homes will be classed as affordable.

To increase sustainability, Eastman Village will offer electric car charging points, a free car club membership for residents, and plenty of cycle storage.

Commuters will be able to reach Euston in just 13 minutes via Harrow & Wealdstone station, which is only a 10-minute walk from Eastman Village. The new community will include offices, retail space, extensive parkland and communal gardens, whilst Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ schools, Whitefriars School and Pinner Park Infant and Nursery School, are both within walking distance of the development.

Residents won’t be short of places to exercise, with a residents’ gym to be built within the energy centre, and plenty of landscaped parkland being incorporated into the development.

Prices start at £345,000 for a one-bedroom apartment and go up to £574,000 for a three-bedroom apartment.

Find out more about current homes for sale at Eastman Village from Barratt London.


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