Anyone hoping to buy a spacious new home at The Electric Quarter, in Ponders End, Enfield, needs to act quickly. There’s just one four-bedroom townhouse left and the last collection of three-bedroom townhouses has been released for sale, at prices starting from just £479,995.
Simone Dhanjal, regional sales director at Lovell Homes, said: “The Electric Quarter is very popular with young professionals and families who are attracted by the spaciousness and high specification of the homes, combined with quick travel links into central London. The starting price is very accessible and made even more attractive with the availability of London Help to Buy.”
Under the London Help to Buy scheme, purchasers need just a five per cent deposit (£23,999). The government lends up to forty percent of the purchase price, which is interest free for five years, and homebuyers arrange a mortgage for the remainder.
The smart three-bedroom townhouses offer up to 1,259 sq ft of space over three levels. On the ground floor, the main kitchen/dining space opens through French doors onto a rear garden. There is a shower room too on this level. Two of the bedrooms and a bathroom are on the first floor; the third bedroom occupies the second floor, together with further generously-sized living space.
Every home is built for energy efficiency and offers the great specification associated with Lovell Homes; fully-fitted kitchens with integrated appliances and elegant bathroom suites with ceramic wall tiling are included as standard.
The Electric Quarter is perfectly placed close to a good range of restaurants, cafés and other amenities on the high street. Ponders End Recreation Ground, with a host of sports facilities, is just 100 metres away. Within a mile is Enfield Retail Park with its many furniture and DIY stores, popular restaurant chains and cinema.
Families will appreciate the choice of schools nearby, including Southbury Leisure Centre and Kingsmead School, a mixed secondary school and sixth form with academy status. Other good schools in the area include Enfield County School, a girls' comprehensive school (two miles away) and Lea Valley High School, Enfield’s first specialist sports college (three miles away).
From Seven Sisters underground station, 4.5 miles away, its just nine minutes to King’s Cross and 13 minutes to Oxford Circus. The motorway network is easily accessible via Junction 25 of the M25, which is two miles north of the development.
The Electric Quarter is set to become a thriving new neighbourhood in North London, with a mix of apartments and houses designed to Lifetime Home Standards. When complete in 2019, it will provide new community facilities including shops, a library and nursery, set in mature landscaping with attractive tree-lined avenues.
The four-bedroom showhome is open for viewing at The Electric Quarter, showcasing the high quality of these attractive contemporary homes.
For more information about The Electric Quarter please call the marketing suite on 0203 811 3324.