Long Island Lofts, W3

Long Island Lofts, W3

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Field Day Developments
4.33 (6 reviews) 4.33 (6 reviews)
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4.33
Facilities
4.50
Design
4.00
Location
3.83
Value
4.00
Management

Excellent

33%

Very Good

67%

Average

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Long Island Lofts is a collection of one, two and three-bedroom apartments and penthouses by Field Day Developments. It’s a converted Art Deco building – once an automotive factory, close to Acton Park, Chiswick and Shepherd’s Bush. The nearest stations are Turnham Green, East Acton and Acton Central, and Crossrail will make its debut in the area in 2019.

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The quiet natured neighbourhood

Verified Resident
Verified Resident
Review Date Sep 2019

In terms of the productivity of the activities that are accessible within this area. I do highly commend the park as being a landmark that really stands out in terms of its environmentally friendly nature with a lot of locals walking in and out of it.

I particularly like the yoga classes within the local gym known as kiss gym, which caters to both men and women of all ages and body types, which is very good as it does not body shame nor discriminate against any gender and promotes equality.

The layout and the design of my development is alright, as it has the balance of maintaining a professional, stylish but simple look to it as well as blending in naturally with the rest of the the developments.

Please tell us what you like and dislike about this area:

What I really like about this area is that it is frequently quiet in its nature, which is a very good thing in my opinion as it conveys the calm atmosphere and conducts a respectability to it.

On the other hand, I do not like that there are not many shops within this area as well as cafe’s, as this makes the neighbourhood lack useful facilities and a sense of being able to purchase goods to help boost their well-being.

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

There is nothing I wish I had known as I am very satisfied and proud of the way my development has turned out.

3
Facilities
3
Design
4
Location
4
Value
3
Management
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Best place i’ve ever lived in

Review Date Sep 2019

Absolutely amazing, the nicest place i ever lived in. The quality is top notch, almost faultless. 2 very big bedrooms ands open plan kitchen and living room. I even have an en-suite, so sweet! A pipe burst at one point so couldn’t shower for a day but it as fixed quickly, that’s my only complaint about this amazing apartment!

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All the local things i need to be around are here. Close to the gym, shops and post offices. The tube stations a bit far with a 15 minute walk. Nice people live around here in general which i like

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

How far away from tube stations it is, quite a walk away

What is the best feature of your home:

the balcony, great views of acton, wembley and the rest of the city

5
Facilities
5
Design
4
Location
5
Value
5
Management
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Little gem in Acton

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Verified Resident
Review Date Sep 2019

Used to be old office block, so nice high ceilings, and a great open plan, so it doesn’t have a feeling of being cramped. Nice big doors for me as a tall person. Independent development so it’s been made with a bit more care. Building management also great with responses happening the next day!

Please tell us what you like and dislike about this area:

Me and my wife love it. Nice boutique shops in turnham green but good pubs and bookies at Acton sides. Work is around the corner too which is cool aswell

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

The service charge here is quite expensive, could lower that a bit!

If there is one thing you would change about your flat or property what would it be:

we got the smallest apartment the building, wish it was bigger in general

5
Facilities
5
Design
4
Location
4
Value
5
Management
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Close to the parks

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Verified Resident
Review Date Sep 2019

I like the building, quite historical, and used to be an office block. The finishing was pretty good. And the quality was great, problems were nothing that substantial, feel like every property have small niggles and problems but i wouldn’t make that an issue.

Please tell us what you like and dislike about this area:

I like the location accessibility to transportation, parks close to Chiswick. Dislike the state of the street of the rubbish and stuff like that.

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

Nothing really, i am very familiar with the area and the apartment had no surprises

What is the best feature of your home:

the balcony, it’s really nice with great views of london.

5
Facilities
5
Design
4
Location
4
Value
4
Management
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Close to transportation

Review Date Sep 2019

To be honest I feel like the building has been quite rushed as the drain came off one day – felt more like a last minute build, the management we’re desperate to look for people to rent, there were plumbing problems however overall generally it is good.

Please tell us what you like and dislike about this area:

Decent transport links. Dislike overcrowded parking, stabbing in Shepherd’s Bush, pretty safe.

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

The one thing I wish I had know before I moved in here wouldn’t have to be the space of the bathroom.

If there is one thing you would change about your flat or property what would it be:

The one thing I would change about my flat would have to be the space of the bathroom

4
Facilities
4
Design
4
Location
3
Value
3
Management
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For living space with style and authenticity, Long Island Lofts is a must-consider

Review Date Feb 2019

Long Island Lofts is a collection of chic units from Field Day Developments, built on a quiet street in an up-and-coming West London postcode. An Art Deco factory conversion, it’s retained all the character of its original industrial automotive site, with design inspiration coming from the light, airy lofts of New York City.

The careful conversion resulted in 29 apartments (one, two and three-bedroom), and five luxurious penthouses – two of which are split-level. All have individual traits, but share the same spacious, modern-luxe interiors, with muted colour shades, huge crittall windows, high ceilings and engineered hardwood floors. Kitchens are open-plan and designed by Hacker, with gloss-white units, stone worktops and tiled splashbacks teaming together to create something of style and function, and appliances come from Siemens and Smeg. Other standouts include the bathrooms, where hallmarks are ambient lighting and immaculate porcelain tiling. Most of these units have a little private outdoor space as standard.

For a heftier price tag and added elegance, there’s The Penthouse Collection – named after New York’s five Long Island districts – Westbury, Calverton, Montauk, Coram and Lindenhurst. All are done to an impeccably high spec, and are characterised by the likes of colossal master bedrooms, beautiful staircases (Coram and Montauk only), and huge terraces with bi-folding doors.

The Long Island Lofts development is in an emerging area of W3, close to Acton, Chiswick and Shepherd’s Bush. The local area is home to organic food stores, independent boutiques and cafés and bistros. The action centres on Turnham Green Terrace (to the south of the development), Askew Road (head east) and Churchfield Road (walk north). Close-by Acton Park and Chiswick Common, meanwhile, provide plenty of picnic and jogging space.

Transport links are easy to come by at Long Island Lofts. Turnham Green Underground is the nearest tube, less than 15 minutes’ walk away, where residents can hop on the District and Piccadilly lines (the latter operates in the morning and evening only). Within 20 minutes you’ll reach East Acton (for Central line tubes), and Acton Central, a 10-minute walk away, provides Overground trains.

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Facilities
5
Design
4
Location
3
Value
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