Redrow scheme nearly sold out
Mon 1 April 2019, 1:33 pm
Developer Redrow has sold more than 75% of the apartments at its popular Lyon Square development in Harrow town centre, with almost half of the sales purchased through Help to Buy.
Since launching its first phase in 2016, 180 buyers have moved in with 45 per cent of those purchasing through the Help to Buy scheme.
According to the housebuilders, the majority of these are first-time buyers, who had the chance to get on the property ladder with a 5% deposit.
The final phase of this development called Masters Court was launched last summer and now just 50 one and two-bedroom homes remain avaiable out of the 238 apartments.
Prices start from £369,000 for a one-bedroom apartment and include fully-fitted kitchens with Siemens appliances, a private balcony and underfloor heating.
Potential residents can opt for furniture packages that are aimed at first-time buyers who want to decorate their home easily.
Masters Court offers many on-site amenities such as a gym, cycle storage, underground parking and a concierge service.
The apartments are located minutes away from Harrow-on-the-Hill tube station, which easily connects travellers to King’s Cross and other parts of central London.
If you are interested in reading more about Harrow, subscribe to our newsletter
- Barratt London supports Harrow charities
- Developer for Chichester court selected
- STEM subjects promoted in Harrow
- Innovative knee surgeries at Central Middlesex Hospital
- Former Kodak redevelopment moves forward
- Baking start-up wins business award
- West End comes to Harrow
- New funding for parks
- Redrow scheme nearly sold out
- Open triangle meets with approval