Northway House: Fantastic for young professionals
- Credit: Archant
Northway House, a brand new development in Totteridge and Whetstone, has now launched helping to meet the soaring demand from young professionals who are looking to get onto the property ladder.
The development by Redrow London will boast 149 one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses, as well as office, community and education space, transforming a tired looking 1970s office block into new homes in desirable North London.
Spanning 120,000 square feet, the 13-storey development on Barnet High Road will provide dramatic views across central London. The area, a coveted part of the Capital’s suburbs, is becoming increasingly popular with first-time buyers, young couples and professionals that are moving out of inner London to more affordable areas.
The locale provides the perfect setting to raise a family, with a plethora of parks and a number of renowned schools.
Car parking facilities, including 31 electric car charging points are included with most apartments, while, residents have access to excellent transport links to central London from nearby Totteridge and Whetstone underground station. Additionally, all homes come with broadband and telephone services already installed.
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Prices for one bedroom apartments start at £338,000 and two bedrooms from £450,000.
For more information visit northwayhouse.com or call Redrow on 020 3538 3719.
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