Help to Buy is a government-backed scheme that aims to help first-time buyers onto the property market with an equity loan (also known as shared equity) of up to 40% of the value of a new build home.
There are certain price limits on homes you can purchase with an equity loan. The limit varies for each region in England.
|Region||Full property price limit|
|Yorkshire and The Humber||£228,100|
*Terms and conditions apply
We checked the information and the developer's representatives confirmed that units in this residential complex can be purchased by using a mortgage.
Regency Heights is located in Royal Park, a vibrant area straddling the border of Brent and Ealing, two boroughs in west London. Royal Park is home to the biggest business park in London with numerous offices nearby. Among the neighbours of Regency Heights are Amazon Prime, Wasabi, the Whisky Exchange, and John Lewis & Partners.
The immediate area of the new residential complex offers plenty of charming greenery and beautiful water sceneries. However, even further away, Royal Park provides ample places to take a tranquil stroll around or go for a morning jog. Within a 15-minute walk is Hanger Hill Wood, adjacent to Hager Hill park with lovely flowerbeds, shrubs, ancient oak trees, and a playground. In addition, the park borders Acton Ealing Whistlers Football Club and London Footgolf Centre.
A stone’s throw away, the Grand Union Canal runs through Royal Park, providing an opportunity for a long walk along the magnificent waterway.
Regency Heights boasts unrivalled transport links with connections via bus, railway, and underground to various areas. To reach the heart of London, you can get on the Piccadilly line at the Park Royal tube station or drive along Western Avenue straight to the City. The road can also be used to get to Heathrow Airport in just 30 minutes.
Regency Heights is comprised of three buildings, ranging from mid-rise to high-rise.
Baronet House is squeezed between Coronation Road and Lakeside Drive, creating a narrow angle, which dictates the shape of the building that resembles a triangle with the courtyard at its heart. Viscount House is a square-shaped building with a small opening, slicing one of the sides, while Marquess House looks more like a rectangle that lacks one corner.
The facades of the buildings feature brickwork in different colours, ranging from bright red to bleached. Some homes come with stacked balconies with white straight-line railings, while the others opt for cantilevered structures. The expansive floor-to-ceiling windows fill the living areas with natural light.
The area of Regency Heights is densely planted with trees and greenery. You can go for a walk along footpaths that run around the buildings and streak the courtyards, shielded by the structures. Regency Heights provides enough green space to be called a park.
Safety-conscious, the developer has equipped all apartments with a sprinkler system and installed smoke detectors in the hallways and heat detectors in the kitchens. In addition, all units come with a video entry phone to protect you from unwanted visitors.
Regency Heights offers an impressive collection of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, as well as 2-bedroom maisonettes.
The contemporary kitchens feature striking gloss white units with sleek handleless doors and drawers. Surrounded by an abundance of white elements, the worktop stands out with its black granite finish. Equipped with integrated Zanussi appliances, the kitchens at Regency Heights provide everything needed for cooking experiments.
The bathrooms greet you with stone white porcelain tiles on the floor and walls. Manufactured by Ideal Standard, the white sanitaryware comes with chrome finish fittings.
Regency Heights is a project of Fairview New Homes, a property development company founded in 1961. Headquartered in London, the company is focused on creating new, exciting developments in the capital. Due to its vast expertise, Fairview New Homes knows the megapolis inside and out, which is why the developer always chooses perfect locations for the projects and succeeds in bringing the best out of the neighbourhoods they are part of. With an impressive portfolio of properties throughout London, the company’s residential developments include Feltham 355, Synergy Charlton SE7, Queensbury Square, and the Welcombe House Collection, to name just a few.
For more details on Regency Heights and Fairview New Homes, please visit the official website of the developer.