A new vibrant canalside community in Alperton
A new waterside living in the north-west London with 3,000 homes and 11 acres of landscaped gardens and waterside walks is planned for ‘low-profile’ neighborhood in Alperton.
Rock music fans would be excited to know that the drummer of The Who, Keith Moon, grew up there. Alperton is also a notable for Ace Cafe which is a shrine for rockers, petrol heads and bikers.
The new neighborhood, called Grand Union, with 3,000 homes and 11 acres of landscaped gardens, riverside meadows, cycle lanes and waterside pathways will be a unique waterside destination to play, work and relax.
Alperton is a well-connected part of the capital, only six miles from Charing Cross and on the Piccadilly line. Grand Union is in 7-Minutes walk to Stonebridge Park Station where you can get 20-minute trains to Euston.
Prices start at £425,000 for 1-bedroom flats in Affinity Tower.
Address: 87 Beresford Avenue, London HA0 1NW