About Network Homes

Network Homes is an award-winning housing developer with more than 40 years’ experience in the property sector. The company builds, sells, rents and manages quality and affordable homes, and operates across London, Hertfordshire and the South East.

Network Homes developments

Network Homes brings you Barret House, a refurbished property that forms part of the larger Stockwell Park regeneration project in lively Brixton. Flat layouts range from compact studios to three-bedroom duplex apartments, and residents benefit from underground parking, surrounding green space and easy access to Brixton’s best bits.

Brixton is a bustling hub of shops and restaurants, and is well known for its music scene – the O2 Academy Brixton is practically on the doorstep. The property also offers excellent transport links – Brixton station is a five-minute walk away, with London Underground services via the Victoria line.” – HomeViews Property Pro on Barret House

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Number of Developments

4

Ratings

3.91 Rating

Rating (based on 25 reviews)

Excellent

20.00%

Very Good

48.00%

Average

28.00%

Disappointing

4.00%

Very Poor

0.00%

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Great apartment in excellent area

5
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5
Design
5
Location
5
Value
4
Management

Have lived here for the last 3 years. Have seen the area change a lot (for the better). Slade Gardens has become a fantastic park – outside gym is great and the swings etc used by the little one. The Crown & Anchor and the New Grosvenor pub have become firm favourites amongst friends. The walk to the tube is a breeze through the beautiful crescent. The building itself is well built (works to change the cladding are ongoing, but should be finished reasonably soon). The apartment is a great size, perfect for a small family, with 2 bathrooms and 2 large bedrooms. All the modcons (2 ovens, Siemens appliances). The balcony is a highlight – amazing uninterrupted views over the park and Londons landmarks confirms how central you are. Stockwell much maligned in the past but we continue to find it a wonderful place to live.

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Great pubs, and parks. Super central.

5
Facilities
5
Design
5
Location
5
Value
4
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Good building to live in from the rented side however the general feeling is we are slightly forgotten sometimes. And the focus is more towards the private tenants.

3
Facilities
5
Design
5
Location
3
Value
3
Management

The building design is good and it’s very appealing to the eye when fully completed. The property management could be improve and so can the building management in terms of the fire wardens. E.g. when the fire alarm was triggered early this year, the fire wardens at the present time didn’t know what to do.

During the current pandemic, we should be contacted by the management especially to give more update on decisions that could help the tenants.

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I like the area. I have no issues with the location.

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5
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5
Location
3
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3
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Ok building

4
Facilities
2
Design
5
Location
4
Value
1
Management

The development I am renting an apartment in is kind of newer block of flats with the long balcony outside. It is a very big building, with three or even four separate entrances. Each entrance requires a key with a chip so you could think it is safe. however, it is located in a heart of Brixton and there are a lot of homeless people trying to find a warmer spot inside the building, mostly during the winter. this is not a big issue for me though as each two apartments have separate entrance with locking doors. Apartments in the building are in alright size. I am currently living in three rooms apartment with sharing kitchen, bathroom and separate toilet. The apartment’s condition is not the best, but it is only agencie’s fault. I like the building I live in especially for its good location close to tube station, buses and stores in the area.

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I like the location is close to all I need

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I wish I’d known that the agency is the worst agency in London

4
Facilities
2
Design
5
Location
4
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Lovely place to live

5
Facilities
5
Design
5
Location
5
Value
4
Management

Really lovely, spacious, well-built flat in a beautiful area, friendly neighbours and lots to do. Incredible views from our balcony and the fab roof terrace. Lovely community with arts festivals and good pubs.

5
Facilities
5
Design
5
Location
5
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