Apartment Tower Launch In Hounslow

Posted 11 January 2021 by Keith Osborne

The latest collection of 226 homes is set to be unveiled as part of a major regeneration in a key town in west London...

Part of its £210million mixed-use development High Street Quarter, which is transforming the centre of Hounslow, Barratt London is unveiling the first apartments at the 27-storey Kempton Tower on the Saturday 30 January.

The new range of 226 one-, two- and three-bedroom homes will offer an opportunity to purchase a property in one of London’s most rapidly changing boroughs, either as owner-occupier or investor. The building combines striking modern architecture and high-quality interiors, and provides residents with far-ranging views over the city with a private balcony or terrace.

High Street Quarter will provide a total of 588 homes and more than 134,000 sq ft of commercial floor space, including a new 10-screen multiplex cinema and a range of restaurants, cafés and shops, all set around a new town square. Residents will have access to courtyard gardens, underground parking and cycle storage, as well as an on-site car club.

The development benefits from some excellent transport connections. Just a five-minute walk from Hounslow Central and Hounslow East Underground stations (on the Piccadilly Line), residents can be at Heathrow Airport in just 10 minutes and into the heart of London in 30 minutes.

Ed McCoy, sales and marketing director at Barratt West London, said: “Until recently, Hounslow has been rather overlooked and remained somewhat under the radar. Now, the multi-million-pound investment we are seeing at High Street Quarter is about to change the town’s fortunes forever. Brand new infrastructure combined with fast links to central London are going to really help the location take off. Early buyers at High Street Quarter are predicted to benefit the most, not just from great value new homes, but from future house price growth here, during these early stages of regeneration.”

One-, two- and three-bedroom apartments at Kempton Tower are expected to start from £350,000, with London Help to Buy available.

Find out more about High Street Quarter from Barratt London.


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