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Quiet yet connected: Perivale offers the best of both worlds, at Union Square

Network Homes Perivale development – Homes in suburban locations that still offer easy access to transport links are rising in popularity, as buyers seek reprieve from the hustle and bustle of the capital. One such location that is piquing purchaser interest is the well-connected neighbourhood of Perivale, where apartments have increased in value by an average of £9,737 over the past six months.[1] With this in mind, Network Homes is thrilled to introduce its latest development, Union Square. Launching this August, Union Square comprises a versatile collection of one, two and three-bedroom Shared Ownership apartments, situated in the heart of Perivale – where buyers can well and truly experience the best of both worlds.

Kalumba Musambachime, Head of Sales and Build to Rent comments regarding Network Homes Perivale Development: “Buyers have re-evaluated their priorities over the past year, particularly when it comes to location. Unsurprisingly, many now opt for quieter locations in lieu of London’s busier postcodes; and Perivale encapsulates these requirements perfectly. Not only will residents at Union Square benefit from a quiet suburban feel with plenty of amenities close to home, but the nearby stations provide access to London’s most eminent professional, shopping, and cultural hubs. We urge interested parties to register their interest ahead of the soft launch.”

The local area is in the midst of a remarkable regeneration, and residents at Union Square are perfectly placed to take advantage of these ambitious investments. The nearby Alperton (situated just ten minutes away) is undergoing its very own changes; where in addition to hundreds of new homes, this waterside neighbourhood will play host to an exciting array of retailers, restaurants, leisure and community facilities.  Greater access to the Grand Union Canal will also be created – ideal for those hoping to enjoy regular waterside strolls.

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For leisure pursuits, Wembley is just eight minutes away by car, and home to the world-famous Wembley Stadium, London Designer Outlet, and popular leisure concept, Boxpark. Alternatively, Ealing is just 15 minutes away by car, where foodies can choose from an array of cuisines from around the world; or, for something closer to home, The Terrace Lounge and Lamar Café are just a 10 and 15-minute 15-minute walk away respectively.

Those seeking outdoor pursuits are well catered for, with a number of green spaces, parks and woodland areas all within a three-mile mile radius. Horsenden Hill (three-minutes away by car) takes pride of place as the largest nature conservation site in the borough, and enjoys verdant green space, wetland and woodland habitats. Paradise fields likewise offers wetland areas, hedgerows and wildflower meadows – providing ample opportunity to enjoy nature.

Fitness fanatics needn’t travel far for a fix, with The Gym in Alperton just fifteen minutes away on foot, and Perivale Park and Meadows ten minutes away by car – offering dedicated sports pitches and green spaces to run. Seasoned golfers can reach Sudbury Golf Club in just five minutes.

Residents at Union Square will benefit from exceptional travel connections, with Perivale and Alperton Station both just fifteen minutes away on foot – whisking travellers to the capital’s biggest hot-spots in a matter of minutes. Perivale Station offers direct Central line services to the key commuter hubs of Bank and Liverpool Street; in addition to the popular, Notting Hill, in just 17 minutes. Alperton Station provides access to the likes of Covent Garden and King’s Cross in under 45 minutes respectively. London’s extensive road network is also at residents’ disposal, with the A40 and North Circular just moments away, providing quick access to the M4

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Each and every apartment at Union Square has been carefully designed to maximise the sense of space and light. Kitchens feature a range of high-quality fixtures and fittings, with Kardean flooring, LED downlighting and a range of integrated appliances finishing the spaces. Bathrooms come with large format slip resistant ceramic tiling, glass mirror fronted wall cabinets, recessed downlights and chrome fittings. Additional features include video entry systems to all homes, en-suites on the two and three-bedroom apartments, a balcony, and a terrace or patio space to selected plots. Homeowners can also choose to purchase a parking space for £15,000 – a rare luxury in Ealing, where permits are few and far between.[2]

Prices at Union Square start from £83,125 for a 25% minimum share. For more information, please visit


[2] Car parking spaces are limited. Please speak to a sales adviser for more information.

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