We checked the information and the developer's representatives confirmed that units in this residential complex can be purchased by using a mortgage.
Enjoying a quiet suburban area, High Street Quarter is located in the London Borough of Hounslow.
Within touching distance of the complex, High Street provides numerous cafes, restaurants, stores, and shopping malls. Meanwhile, across Prince Regent Road, the Blenheim Centre also offers a huge supermarket, discount stores, learning centres, and a gym, putting everything needed for everyday life on your doorstep.
Offering a retreat from the bustling streets, Inwood Park features stunning greenery in addition to a playground, a basketball court, a football pitch, and an array of walking paths to enjoy the tree-dotted park. Ten minutes away from High Street Quarter, Lampton Park spreads its foliage across 40 acres, while also accommodating a few sports fields, tennis courts, and a bowling green.
Although away from the buzzing streets of central London, High Street Quarter is well-connected to the heart of the city and beyond. The Hounslow Central tube station links the neighbourhood to Piccadilly Line that slices right through the city centre and allows you to reach Heathrow Airport in just 9 minutes. Mere minutes away, Great West Road acts as a link to M4, Heathrow Airport, and the City.
High Street Quarter is spread across four buildings that range from mid-rise to high-rise. The C-shaped building of Thornbury Apartments forms a square alongside the 27-storey L-shaped Kempton Apartments, shielding communal gardens from the bustling streets. Right next to them, another C-shaped building comprises Hanworth Apartments, while the building of Syon Apartments stands on its own, away from the rest.
The façades alternate between sleek light-coloured panels and brickwork, displaying various colours, including beige, brown, and grey. All buildings benefit from expansive floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the living areas with natural light.
High Street Quarter boasts an abundance of lush greenery with its stunning communal gardens and rooftop terraces. Streaked with charming footpaths, the complex provides plenty of landscaped areas to enjoy a tranquil stroll around the premises. Moreover, the 27-storey tower is home to an array of cafes, shops, and restaurants as well as a state-of-the-art 10-screen cinema.
Further benefits include underground car parking spaces and cycle storage facilities. Also, Zipcar Club offers its services to all residents.
To ensure top-notch security, all residential buildings and entrances are covered with a CCTV security system. Furthermore, the apartments are equipped with a video door entry system.
High Street Quarter delivers 528 homes, ranging from one- to three-bedroom apartments. Each unit comes with either a balcony or a terrace.
The custom-designed kitchens feature soft-close doors and drawers with matching worktops and full-height upstands. The cooking area benefits from under-cabinet lighting. For maximum convenience, all kitchens are equipped with fully-integrated Zanussi appliances, including a single oven, a ceramic hob, a dishwasher, and a fridge/freezer.
The bathrooms feature a white bath, Ideal Standard brassware, and a back-to-wall WC, while the walls are covered with ceramic tiles.
High Street Quarter is a project of Barratt Homes, one of the brands of Barratt Developments PLC. The Coalville-based company was founded in 1958. One of the leading property development companies in the United Kingdom, Barratt strives to create a positive legacy in the form of thriving communities and vibrant neighbourhoods. The developer’s portfolio is impressive in both scale and character with projects such as Millbrook Park, Blackhorse View, Eastman Village, and New Market Place.
For more details on High Street Quarter, please visit the official website of the developer.