With average house prices 71% lower than those in Zone 3, Zone 4 is an ideal location for first time buyers wanting better value for money, but not willing to sacrifice their fast commute.
A brand-new development by Barratt London, formerly an Army barracks site, has just been launched in the highly sought-after village of Mill Hill, offering homes well under the Zone 4 average of £421,000. Comprising 345 apartments and 10 exclusive houses, prices at Millbrook Park start from £377,000 for a one-bedroom apartment and will be ready for the first residents to move in from summer 2020.
Situated next to the exclusive Finchley Golf Club, Millbrook Park is set in landscaped parkland and is perfect for those looking for a bit more space. The first homes to be released will be one and two-bedroom apartments, which will feature either a balcony or terrace, with floor to ceiling windows and German kitchens. All homes at the development will come with parking included.
Ed McCoy, sales and marketing director for Barratt West London said, “We are excited to launch this fantastic new development, which will offer high quality homes in a much-desired location. We expect Millbrook Park to be highly popular with commuters and young families, who are looking for better value for money inside of the capital.”
Perfectly situated for commuters, Millbrook Park is opposite Mill Hill East tube station, which can be reached by foot in just two minutes. Rail services via the Northern Line reach Euston station in 20 minutes, whilst Bank and London Bridge are just over half an hour away. The development is also within easy reach of the M1, and the North Circular is only a short drive away.
Despite the easy commute into the City, Millbrook Park offers potential buyers the chance to experience a village lifestyle on Bittacy Hill, at the edge of a conservation area. The large site is part of an iconic collection of developments, which will offer 2,240 homes in total, includes a primary school and a public piazza, as well as plenty of green open space.