HKD 4,128,581 - 9,520,018
- HKD 4,128,581 - 9,520,018
- LONDON(Zone 4)
- 537-1205 square feet
- 1/2/3 bedrooms
- Up to 75% Loan-To-Value
- Min. Cash Required: HKD 1,029,713
- Estimated Completion: 2020 Q2
- Ownership: 999
- Rental yield up to: 4.2%
- Only a 4 minute walk to Wembley Park Underground Station with direct connections to Central London – Bond Street for just 18 minutes
- Zone 4 property prices with Zone 2 travel connections
- 16 minute walk to the Wembley Stadium - the main defining landmark to world class sport events
- a short walking distance, the options for education in the area are plentiful - from nurseries, primary and secondary schools, to sixth form colleges and universities
- Managed by experience developer which delivering residential developments in London
- Managed by award-winning architects with stylist architectural and interior design, high-specification furniture and fittings
- The average property price in Wembley has seen an increase of 23% over the past 2 years
- The £3.8bn Wembley City Regeneration Scheme that will see Wembley Park transformed into an important destination for living and leisure
- Private balconies in all flats; a café and a beautiful, communal landscaped garden situated on the ground floor
Wembley Parade is made up of 5 buildings including a twelve-floor tower. Comprising 1,2 and 3 bedrooms, there are 195 homes in total, all featuring a private balcony or terrace. Situated on the ground floor there is a café and a beautiful, communal landscaped garden.
Located on North end road , only a 4 minute walk to Wembley Park Underground Station with direct connections to Central London – Bond Street for just 18 minutes. Within a short walk distance to schools area , A 16 minute walk to the main defining landmark to world class sport events the Wembley Stadium. Fast and easy links to major employment hubs in London as well as the world-leading universities found throughout the capital make Wembley a very desirable place.
Managed by experience developer and award-winning architects. Under the £3.8bn Wembley City Regeneration Scheme that will see Wembley Park transformed into an important destination for living and leisure.
Wembley Parade has three stations within walking distance. The closest is Wembley Park. The Jubilee and Metropolitan lines are directly linked to Central London's major stations such as Kings Cross, Baker Street and Stratford.
Nearby Wembley Central station is connected to the Bakerloo line, London Overground and National Rail, providing fast access to a wide variety of rail stations including Euston, Charing Cross and Paddington.
Trains running from Wembley Stadium Station bring you to Marylebone Station in just under 10 minutes. The North Circular Road is close by if you're driving and TFL buses from Wembley Park provide day and night connections to nearby stations and amenities.
Wembley Parade is managed by a developer with a wealth of experience delivering residential developments in London. The developer is backed by a leading global alternative investment management firm with expertise in credit strategies with average experience of 23 years and over 790 years of combined investment experience.
It's also managed by award-winning architects with stylist architectural and interior design, high-specification furniture and fittings. In Wembley Parade, you will find generous, well thought out and contemporary spaces designed to take away daily stresses so you can focus on the important things.
North West of Central London, Wembley is a place that truly embraces celebration and diversity. Since 1923 it has been hosting major sporting, culture and music events that attract visitors from all over the world. Over time the arch of the Wembley stadium, designed by Foster & Partners architects and completed in 2007, has become the area's main defining landmark.
Concerts by internationally recognized acts, world class sport events, premium shopping destinations, historic parks and nature reserves, the London Designer Outlet provides a unique shopping experience, with more than 50 shops, 20 restaurants and a 9 screen cinema. The outlet centre has multiple chain restaurants, but if you are looking for something a little different there are plenty of cuisines to try around Wembley Central. Wembley creates the culture that makes the city such an exciting place to live.
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION
From nurseries, primary and secondary schools, to sixth form colleges and universities, options for education in Wembley are plentiful.
For the little ones there are Nurseries such as Bright Horizons and The little Learners. The nearby Elsley Primary School and Chalkhill Primary School provide education for younger children. The Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill opened its doors to its first group of students in September 2015 and is only a 13 minute walk away from Wembley Parade.
Michaela Community school and Arch Academy offer outstanding education for Secondandary and Sixth Form students. The London School of Science and Technology offers a wide range of degrees from Business to Computing and IT to Health and Social Care. Located in the iconic Wembley Stadium, UCFB offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees and executive education in the football business, sport and events industries.
London is known around the globe for its world leading colleges and universities. With Wembley's many convenient links to central London, these regarded institutions are never far away. This makes Wembley very popular with students.
* A view of Wembley Library and University College of Football Business (UCFB ) - located inside the Wembley Stadium
WEMBLEY CITY REGENERATION SCHEME
Wembley Parade is part of the £3.8bn Wembley City Regeneration Scheme that will see Wembley Park transformed into an important destination for living and leisure that is perfectly located to make the most of all London has to offer.
The development of Wembley Park consisted of several facilities that can capitalise on the large numbers of people brought in by the stadium. These include a West-End standard Hilton hotel, the refurbishment of Wembley Arena, and the London Designer Outlet, a unique shopping centre containing more than 50 shops, 20 restaurants and a 9 screen cinema. The new area will include park with a lake, a new school and a GP surgery.
The fundamentals are in place for sustainable rental demand and house price growth. According to London's Mayoral office the regeneration that is changing Wembley will create 10,000 new jobs. For those working in the City their offices have never been closer.
There has always been a trade-off between commute time and choice of living location: but the difference between property prices in Zone 2's Finchley Road and Wembley Park is now more than £1 million, yet Wembley is just eight minutes away!
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