Shared Ownership at Kew Bridge Rise
You can buy a 25% – 75% share of your new home. You’ll pay a mortgage on this and subsidised rent to L&Q on the remaining share. You need a deposit of 10% of the value of your share, meaning you can enjoy the stability of home ownership with a much lower upfront cost.
As time goes on and your income rises, you’ll have the option to ‘staircase’ – to increase the amount you own. During your ownership, you can do this three times, with prices based on the market value of your home at the time, eventually, you can own 100% of your home, and no longer pay rent. Eligibility criteria applies. You must have a maximum household income of £90,000.
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Coming soon to Brentford, Kew Bridge Rise will offer a collection of 152 one & two bedroom homes perfectly positioned within a few minutes' walk from Kew Bridge Overground station, providing easy access all across the city.
Enjoy putting roots down at Kew Bridge Rise
Kew Bridge Rise is a real attraction for any resident looking to move into a beautiful location surrounded by green space, riverside walks and an abundance of local shops to choose from. Rich with English heritage, Gunnersbury Park, Chiswick House and Syon House, as well as the Treetop Walkway are among some of the eye-catching places worth visiting near to the development.
Everything you need on your doorstep...
You will have plenty of options for shopping and eating out while at Kew Bridge Rise, being near Kew Village and Chiswick High Street plus Westfield Shopping Centre just 3.5 miles away. Jump on a train from Gunnersbury or Kew Gardens Underground and Rail Stations, both in Zone 3 taking you to Waterloo in 30 minutes, or take one of the many 24 hour service bus routes from the development to your desired location.
We have created an automatic ranking system for new-build homes in London based on several critical features around the development, like schools, parks, and transport infrastructure.
We have developed this new analytical tool to calculate the scores based on the location data. Note that AutoScore values are not set by us or anyone else – everything happens automatically.
Our Stamp Duty calculator provides illustrative figures for the Stamp Duty (SDLT) in England and Northern Ireland, a required tax paid on property purchases. Read more about SDLT and how it works.
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