We checked the information and the developer's representatives confirmed that units in this residential complex can be purchased by using a mortgage.
Perched on the corner of Atheldene Road and Farlton Road, the new residential complex finds itself in Earlsfield, an affluent village located in the London Borough of Wandsworth. This suburban area boasts a vast collection of charming Victorian terraced houses in addition to relaxed café culture and cosy restaurants.
Earlsfield spoils its residents with an abundance of green spaces. Forty Atheldene Road is placed a short walk away from King George's Park that can be divided into three parts: a leisure area, a play area, and sports fields. Offering a leafy sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the big city, the park includes formal gardens, a bowling green, tennis courts, a wild-fowl lake, an adventure playground, and an open grass field for ball sports.
As for transport links, a 9-minute walk away, Earlsfield Station provides access to the South Western Railway line, connecting the area to central London and the South East. You can reach London Waterloo in less than 15 minutes.
The arrow-shaped 3-storey building occupies the corner of Atheldene Road and Farlton Road. The new residential complex displays a light-coloured brick façade that creates a soothing village-like feeling. To brighten up the exterior, Forty Atheldene Road features slightly protruding sections, laid with darker bricks. Accentuating the building’s form, a plethora of narrow floor-to-ceiling windows streak the building’s façade. Taking advantage of its corner position, Forty Atheldene Road comes with two spacious balconies facing the intersection and acting as the point of the triangular structure.
Nowadays, it’s hard to imagine the world without the Internet. Therefore, to ensure that all residents of Forty Atheldene Road have access to the network, the new complex is equipped with a high-speed internet connection. Additionally, the development includes secure cycle storage facilities for your two-wheeled vehicles. As for cars, homeowners at Forty Atheldene Road are eligible for on-site parking permits.
Forty Atheldene Road delivers a collection of 9 shell apartments, including two- and three-bedroom homes, that you can design however you wish. At the same time, future buyers are offered a unique fit-out pack, which features a Michel Roux kitchen, equipped with a collection of Zanussi appliances that includes an oven, a fridge/freezer, a dishwasher, a washer/dryer, an integrated microwave, and an extractor. Moreover, the design pack provides a contemporary-style bathrooms suite, fitted with carefully curated taps and mixers, a glazed screen, and thermostatic controls. Meanwhile, the master and second bedrooms come with custom-made Space Pro wardrobes and cosy carpets.
Forty Atheldene Road is a project of Goldcrest Custom Homes. The property development company was established in 1982. Headquartered in London, the company aims to build high-quality properties throughout the capital and South East England. Having identified a need for choice and value, Goldcrest Custom Homes has been focused on delivering shell homes, letting customers create their own grand design.
For more information on Forty Atheldene Road or Goldcrest Custom Homes, please visit the official website of the developer.