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Wembley Parade, HA9

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Wembley Parade is located on North End Road in Wembley. It is an Anthology development that is made up of five buildings including a twelve floor tower. The development also comprises of one, two and three bedrooms with 195 homes in total. There is also a communal garden on the ground floor. With fast links into Wembley from Central London and a vast array of shops, restaurants and entertainment, Wembley Parade will be the perfect place for you to enjoy the best that London has to offer. Read more

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Slick, modern apartments in a central Wembley Park setting

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.

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