A stunning riverside residential conversion into high specification apartments, located in the calming borough of Hillingdon.
Units available from £231,000
Conversion of a period building
Top floor apartments offer private roof gardens
Leasehold: 999 years
35 minutes away from Central London
A 10-minute walk from the Underground
Facilities include a car park and elevator
Building Warranty: 10 years
Stunning waterside views
The Canal House is a breathtakingly beautiful residential opportunity in zone 5, on the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines. Previously used as offices, the building offers high specification apartments from £231,000. This property is located in an area favoured by families and young professionals for its network of waterways and former mill conversions provide a unique urban identity.
The Canal House offers an open plan living space, promoting natural light for a tranquil living experience.
Defining luxury accommodation, The Canal House boasts stunning waterside views across four floors, with fantastic transport opportunities, making this the ideal property for commuters. The spacious apartments are matched only by the facilities including car parking and elevators. Additionally, the top floor apartments provide a private rooftop garden.
WHY PURCHASE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY?
Better than cash in the bank
Buy-to-let returns can be more reliable and effectively offer higher yields than cash sitting in a bank account. The housing supply in the UK is also at a 100-year low, and demand is growing daily. It is predicted that 25% of households will be privately rented within the next 5 years.
The demand for residential property exists as long as tenants need accommodation. The UK currently has a population of 66.96m, due to 80.6 years life expectancy and 283,000 people emigrating into the UK. Alongside this, 101,669 couples are divorcing and 2018 saw 12.1 births per 1000 people, proving a need for more homes.
WHY PURCHASE PROPERTY IN LONDON?
Barclays and Lloyds Banking Group are among the banks with headquarters in London, making the city of London an economically strong place to purchase property.
The fifth-largest economy in the world, London has a Gross Domestic Product of £580.7 billion promises an array of business opportunities to those willing to bring their knowledge and experience to the city.
The 2018-2022 prices are predicted to grow by 10.9% in Greater London and 8.8% in Central London.
With more than 400,000 students in the city, London is home to 40 higher institutions including UCL and Imperial College mentioned within the top ten universities in the world.
Approximately 75% of residents aged 16-64 are employed in London, outperforming the rest of the UK
The Elizabeth Line, connecting Heathrow to Essex, will drastically reduce central London commuting traffic, scheduled to be completed in autumn 2019. Expected to support 180,000 homes and create over 360,000 jobs, the demand for property is attracted buyers across the globe before the completion of the Elizabeth line.
Landmarks including Buckingham Palace, London Eye, and St Paul’s cathedral have contributed towards the city’s £15 billion tourism industry.