Apt Living offers buyers the opportunity to purchase compact but beautifully designed apartments and their new location in Gunnersbury also offers additional benefits of an onsite gym and parking. The ceilings are high and the Habitat home furnishing has a weighty quality that feels far superior to other properties I have viewed in this price range – the furnishing feels built to last and not just for show.
The flats are compact and they have made clever use of storage space giving as many flats as possible windows looking out over the back towards Gunnersbury Park – really quite spectacular. This means the flat I viewed was long and thin with the bedroom in the middle of the flat with an internal window to benefit from the light. The development feels like one of two halves – those flats with views across the park and those which must have views onto the A4 flyover. There wasn’t an opportunity to view a flat on the busy roads and so I can’t comment on the noise or outlook.
The compact nature isn’t going to suit everyone but offers many who would otherwise not have been able to a step onto the property ladder. I can also see the huge appeal for those commuting into London from the M4 and wanting a base for during the week and the ability to park their car.
Please review the location of this development:
Gunnersbury Park is one of London’s lesser known gems and has recently become a firm favourite with amazing facilities (ponds/playgrounds/running tracks/ sports pitches) and beautiful scenery. To live on the edge of the park is an incredible opportunity to have all that it offers on your doorstep. Whilst this is a busy main road with little on your immediate doorstep a 15 minute walk takes you to the edge of Chiswick and the start of this leafy suburb packed full or restaurants, bars and shops. The real benefit of this location is the quick and easy access to the M4 and the ability to easily commute in and out of the west of London.