We checked the information and the developer's representatives confirmed that units in this residential complex can be purchased by using a mortgage.
|🟧 Height Classification||High-rise|
|🟧 Number of buildings||11|
|🟧 Number of floors||5–10|
|🟧 Off-plan property||Yes|
|🟧 Property Type||Apartments|
|🟧 Quality Classification||High-end|
|🟧 Swimming Pool||Outdoor swimming pool|
Nestled at the meeting point of the River Thames and River Brent, the new complex finds itself in Brentford, a quiet suburban area in the London Borough of Hounslow. Away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre, Brentford accommodates a vibrant community of passionate and talented people, making it an attractive place for creative start-ups and independent makers.
Squeezed between the River Brent and High Street, the residential complex benefits from the area’s numerous green spaces. It takes 10 minutes to reach Syon Park, a 56,6-hectare garden of the Duke of Northumberland’s west London residence. Steeped in history, the Grade I listed park offers an abundance of mature trees, stunning gardens, unique tidal water meadows, and a remarkable variety of grasslands.
Perfectly placed for daily commuters, the Brentford Project is within strolling distance of the Brentford station, served by South Western Railway, that provides easy access to Waterloo, Clapham Junction, and Bank. Meanwhile, Boston Manor Underground Station linked to the Piccadilly Line can bring you to the City, Piccadilly Circus, and Hyde Park without any hassle.
Occupying a 4,79-hectare waterside site, the Brentford Project is spread across 11 residential buildings, stretched along High Street. The mid-rise development features a wide array of stylishly-designed exteriors. Most buildings exhibit traditional brick façades, endowed with contemporary details and designs. The colour palette includes brown, grey, and sandy tones, creating an urban chic atmosphere. Peppered with huge floor-to-ceiling windows, the Brentford Project fills the living areas with ample sunlight. The architecture presents a perfect mix of the district’s past and present, combining raw materials with sleek details.
Adjacent to the stunning St. Lawrence Gardens, the Wick provides a serene haven hidden from the hustle and bustle of the city. Available to all residents, the private club features a wonderful open-air pool and covered walkways, framed by a modern cloister, where homeowners can enjoy a tranquil stroll after taking a cooling dip. The outdoor games terrace welcomes all residents to participate in healthy competition. Inside, the club greets its members with a concierge, who ensures that everyone has a wonderful time at the Wick. The excellent amenities include a top-notch gym, a spa, and treatment rooms. For social gatherings, the Brentford Project offers meeting spaces and private rooms.
Comprising a total of 876, the Brentford Project offers a contemporary collection of one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, coupled with studios. The enormous full-height windows let residents enjoy magnificent views of Syon Park, Kew Gardens, and beyond. Echoing Brentford’s industrial heritage, the interior features natural material accents mixed with a modern aesthetic. Thanks to the design’s clean lines and contemporary framing, the living areas are bathed in an abundance of natural light.
The Brentford Project is brought to you by Ballymore, a property development company founded by Sean Mulryan and his wife Bernardine Mulryan in 1982. The author of some of Europe’s boldest regeneration projects, Ballymore is focused on creating projects in new and old complex urban settings. The company aims to transform and enhance neighbourhoods with its developments. Diverse in both scale and character, Bullymore’s impressive portfolio includes projects such as Goodluck Hope, Embassy Gardens, and Wardian.
For more detailed information on the Brentford Project, please visit the official website of the developer.