We put careful thought into where we build our new homes, aiming to ensure that they are conveniently located near local amenities, have access to green space and are well connected with transport links.
All our new homes in Middlesex are designed with energy and water efficiency in mind, with efficient appliances as standard, high efficiency heating systems and good levels of insulation providing a modern, attractive home that can contribute towards living a healthy, sustainable lifestyle.
Discover your new home in any of our available new build developments in Middlesex below.
2 bedroom apartments
West Village is the newest phase in the hugely successful Upper Longcross development. Offering luxurious 2 bedroom apartments in this thriving neighbourhood, West Village promises to be an exciting new chapter for Upper Longcross living.These homes are selling quickly, so contact us today to secure your dream 2 bedroom property for sale in Upper Longcross before it's too late!
Walton Court Gardens
1 bedroom apartments
Walton Court Gardens offers beautiful 1 bedroom apartments for sale in Walton-on-Thames, the picturesque riverside town in Surrey. With Walton-on-Thames station, just a three-minute walk away and the town centre nearby offering a cinema, gym and an excellent array of restaurants, the demand for apartments for sale in Walton-on-Thames is high, especially for first-time buyers.
Why move to Middlesex (or Greater London as you may know it now)? Between the excellent transport links, access to some of the best shopping and entertainment in the UK, and plentiful job opportunities, it is pretty clear why many are searching for new houses for sale in Middlesex.
There can be a little confusion as to where Middlesex is and if it still exists. Middlesex is considered a historic county, with most of the area now falling within the ceremonial county of Greater London, but many people still reference the area of Middlesex. The county was originally bordered by three rivers, including the Colne, the Lea, and the Thames, but it now technically doesn’t exist, with the county council being abolished in 1965.
Considering how Middlesex is considered mostly urban, there are a surprising amount of green spaces and royal parks. The royal parks cover around 5000 acres of green space across London and are made up of eight areas including Hyde Park, Richmond Park, and Kensington Gardens.
One of the biggest draws for those looking for new homes in Middlesex is the transport links. The London Underground and Overground provide easy access across London with regular trains all day, every day. If you prefer to travel by car, the M25, M4, and M1 all run through the county and connect you to routes to travel the rest of the country. When you’re looking to travel by air, Heathrow Airport is within the county and Luton is also within fairly easy reach.
If you’re looking to make the move, and are searching for property for sale in Middlesex, you can find all of our available developments listed above.
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