This is a sponsored article on behalf of Southall Village.
Excellent transport links. Plenty of greenery. A vibrant neighbourhood where you can really relax and feel at home. When you’re making an investment as big as buying your own home, you need to get it right.
Whether you’re a first time buyer or you’re looking to upsize, Southall Village ticks plenty of boxes. Situated in a vibrant part of west London — renowned for its curry houses, canal views, and cultural diversity — this stunning new development combines contemporary housing with redesigned open spaces, shops, and leisure facilities.
The result? A neighbourhood that gives you the best of both worlds: a tranquil place to hang your hat within easy reach of central London.
Southall Village has a range of two-bedroom and three-bedroom properties with prices from £310,000, available to reserve right now. Choose between a townhouse that faces a beautiful new tree-lined park, an abode that overlooks Maypole Dock, or a waterside home right next to Grand Union Canal.
Whichever you opt for, you’ll get a beautiful, modern, and light-filled home complete with integrated appliances, quality fixtures and fittings, and onsite parking.
Southall Village is located in the heart of — you guessed it — Southall. This lively and vibrant area is home to one of the largest Punjabi communities in the UK, and boasts some of the best curry houses in London. On The Broadway, Southall’s main shopping street, you’ll find everything from sarees to spices to sweets. There’s also the Beck Theatre, award-winning restaurants, and one of London’s last ‘proper’ markets.
What’s more, when the Elizabeth line opens, Southall becomes one of the best-connected neighbourhoods in the capital, with trains taking you to Bond Street in just 17 minutes and Heathrow in a mere eight minutes — no more waking up in the dead of night for those early morning flights! And if you’re looking for entertainment a little closer to home, you’ve got the quirky boutiques of Hanwell, and Ealing’s shopping mall nearby.
Like what you’re hearing so far? Just wait for this: you may be eligible for a Help to Buy Equity Loan on a Southall Village property. Under this scheme, the Government lends you up to 40% of the cost of your newly built home, interest free for five years. So you only have to cough up a 5% cash deposit and pay 55% mortgage to make up the rest. It’s a great way for first-time buyers to get onto the property ladder, but even if you’ve bought a house in the past, you may still be eligible, so long as you don’t own a property at the time of purchase.
With stamp duty incentives available on houses reserved during October, now could be the perfect time to settle down in Southall.
A Southall Village property could be yours from £310,000. Click here to see what’s on offer and reserve your new home.