If developer Anthology London sought to debut an interesting new addition to the Wembley skyline, then it nailed the brief with Wembley Parade. Made up of five buildings, but dominated by a 12-storey cylinder tower, it’s a striking development, with a beautifully landscaped garden at its base.
There are 195 homes here – one, two and three-bedroom apartments – and all flaunt the same luxe-modern look and feel. Think fresh white walls, smooth wood-look floors and contemporary spotlighting. An open-plan layout, high ceilings and a private balcony are key features. Kitchens have clean lines and built-in mod-cons, while bathrooms are extravagantly tiled with chrome accents.
Connections into London are a big draw here, with Wembley Park station less than a five-minute walk from the development. It’s serviced by the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines, so King’s Cross, Paddington, Liverpool Street and Canary Wharf are all just a quick tube journey away.
The local area is best-known for its sporting and entertainment credentials, and Wembley Park residents are an easy walk from its iconic venues – Wembley Stadium and The SSE Arena. Elsewhere, there’s London Designer Outlet, a hub for discounted fashion brands and chain restaurants. Move away from all this, though, and you’ll discover the face of the wider Wembley suburb, which is characterised by a multi-cultural population and independent restaurants dishing up a mix of world cuisines.