Family Mosaic is pleased to announce the launch of its new development, Quadrant Court in Wembley.

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  • Located within the 85 acre Wembley City, Quadrant Court provides a collection of one and two bedroom apartments and provides first time buyers with a fantastic opportunity to get onto the property ladder, with prices starting from as little as £47,000 for a 25 per cent share.

    Family Mosaic is also offering to pay the first six months rent for those who purchase a 25 per cent share in a one or two bedroom apartment. This means that for a one bedroom apartment, purchasers will save £2,000 while for a two bed, there will be a saving of £2,500, providing buyers with extra money to spend on furnishing their new apartment.

    Quadrant Court is a Mediterranean-inspired modern apartment building finished with steel plating and render. Every apartment has a balcony or terrace to reinforce the open layout of the site, while several apartments will look out onto Quadrant Court's spectacular private landscaped courtyard.

    Chris Roads, sales and marketing director at Family Mosaic, comments: "Quadrant Court has been designed to create a new community in Wembley. From the design of the apartments, to the inclusion of the balconies and the central feature of the communal courtyard, we wanted to make purchasers feel at home as soon as they arrived. The planned regeneration of the area, the fantastic transport links and the affordable price means that first time buyers will be getting fantastic value for money."

    All apartments have been intelligently designed to make the maximum use of all available space. Kitchens come with contemporary style units with brushed steel finished handles, black granite effect worktops, integrated electric oven and extractor hood, full height built in fridge freezer as well as integrated washer dryer and dishwasher. Contemporary white sanitary ware, over bath thermostatic mixer shower and a wall mounted towel rail come as standard in the bathroom.

    Each property features fitted carpets to bedrooms and wood laminate to halls and the open plan kitchen/living room. The balconies are timber decked with a glass and steel balustrade. Apartments at Quadrant Court also feature a secure video entry system and a state of the art digital network, providing digital TV, high speed broadband, wireless and telephone packages.

    Quadrant Court is a part of the prestigious Wembley City regeneration, 85 acres of land surrounding the world famous Wembley Stadium. Under the regeneration masterplan, there will be 487,000 sq ft of world class leisure and entertainment venues, a new luxury hotel, multi screen cinema, swimming pools and spas. Designer shopping, restaurants and bars will be situated along a new tree lined pedestrian friendly boulevard.

    Over £70m is being invested to improve the Wembley's bus, rail and road systems. Wembley is very well connected to the rest of London by three tube lines, the Bakerloo, Jubilee and Metropolitan lines. From Wembley Park tube station Bond Street is just 22 minutes away while Canary Wharf only 36 minutes. Euston and Paddington rail stations are less than half hour away by train from Wembley Central. For international travellers, London Heathrow Airport is only nine miles away.

    Apartments at Quadrant Court are being made available on a part buy, part rent basis. This means that you buy the share of your home that you can afford, and pay a subsidised rent on the remaining share of the property. You start by buying as little as 25 per cent, and you can increase your share by 10 per cent at any time, all the way to 100 per cent. To be eligible for the scheme, you will need to be either living or working in the London Borough of Brent earning less than £60,000 a year and be purchasing the apartment as your first and only home.

    Prices start from £47,000 for a 25 per cent share based on a full market value of £188,000 for a one bedroom apartment, and £58,875 for a 25 per cent share based on a full market value of £235,500.

    Some information contained herein may have changed since it was first published. SmartNewHomes strongly advises you to seek current legal and/or financial advise from a qualified professional.

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