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243 Ealing Road, HA0

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243 Ealing Road by Network Homes and Hill Residential is a development that provides a mix of apartments within 7 residential towers ranging from 6 to 14 storeys along with 1400sqm of commercial space. Designed by Squire & Partners, the development comprises suites, one, two and three-bedroom apartments. Alperton Piccadilly Line station is just around the corner, so you can be at the tube station on the way into central London. Going west, it’s also a 34 minute journey to Heathrow Airport. Read more

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3.25
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3.75
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3.75
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3.25
Value
2.50
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Great on the outside, not so on the inside…

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The overall look and feel to the outside has a luxurious feel. However, the development itself (i.e. the materials used, goods used, technical processes) has all been done to reduce the cost, so the quality has been compromised all the way.

The service has been also appalling ; delayed responses to urgent queries, issues with balconies failing quality standards, and huge delays in producing annual statements. Overall the value is average mainly due to location

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Transport links are amazing – 3 mins to tube, 24 hour bus opposite the development etc. Supermarket right across the road and a great cansl parh to take a walk) cycle as well. Very pleasant feel and not too crowded

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More insight on materials and infrastructure used such as for heating, broadband etc

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Interesting building, not keen on the local area

The building wasn’t what I would call pretty, but I guess that’s construction innovation in 2018! Very modern and set in some tidy green space right by a canal, which is a big plus for us.

Great London tube links handy for work. I’m just not so keen on the Alperton area itself – very noisy and busy. Probably looking to be a bit further out, and would make do with a longer commute for more peace and quiet.

Good standard apartment.

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Contemporary homes with easy access to central London

Aylesbury House is as modern as they come, with its striking, angular façades and bright green and yellow pops of colour. The development has a privileged location, right next to the Grand Union Canal in Wembley’s vibrant Alperton area. It’s a quick two-minute walk from the town’s namesake Zone 4 station for the Piccadilly line, and less than a 20-minute walk from Hanger Lane, a Zone 3 station serviced by the Central line. For professionals, that means direct connections to major business hubs like Hammersmith, King’s Cross, Liverpool Street and Bank.

Apartments at Aylesbury House come in one, two and three-bedroom varieties. All share the same décor concept – crisp and clean neutrals, with a mix of wood-look floor and carpet, plus spotlighting throughout. Living and dining spaces are open-plan, and the windows are double in size to let in lots of daylight. Quality features include integrated Bosch kitchen appliances, underfloor heating and a video door entry system. Each home comes with the added bonus of a balcony, too.

Aylesbury House is framed by landscaped grounds – a great place to sunbathe and chill out in the summer months, and there’s a handy Sainsbury’s supermarket nearby. As for the local area, it’s wonderfully diverse, so you can expect restaurants and shops selling cuisines and wares from world-over. Ealing Road, less than a 10-minute walk from the development, has been dubbed ‘Little India’ thanks to its numerous curry houses and sari-silk shops. Plus, it’s crowning glory is a beautiful Hindu temple.

Further out, you’ve got Wembley’s legendary duo – The SSE Arena and Wembley Stadium to catch events at, along with popular high-end shopping destination, London Designer Outlet. If you want to slow down the pace, meanwhile, there’s a generous helping of green space in the area, such as Sudbury Golf Club, Barham Park and One Tree Hill Recreation Ground.

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8/10 value great experience with estate agent

Close to Piccadilly line and central line. 2 year old development. High security. Along the grand union canal. Construction being undertaken indefinitely. The gardens need some more upkeep and sometimes security doors break and have taken over 2 weeks for repairs. Value could be worth it if these problems were to be fixed.

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Positives; Close to underground, along the canal, local shops nearby and supermarket.
Negatives; lots of abandoned buildings and the streets need an upgrade

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Cost of living is too high. Rent is high enough along with council tax. Balcony now needs fixing

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