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No. 10 Watkin road
wembley

No.10 Watkin Road is a new development of 229 apartments in Wembley, London consisting of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments with an estimated completion of Summer 2022. 

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NO 10
WATKIN ROAD

A new development of 229 apartments in Wembley, London.

spacious apartments

Consisting of spacious 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments.

investment opportunity

High capital appreciation potential and strong rental yields.

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location

Close to transport links with easy access to central London.

No.10 Watkin Road is a new development of 229 apartments in Wembley, London consisting of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments with an estimated completion of Summer 2022. 

 

LIMITED AVAILABILITY
Prices: 

1 bedroom apartments from £364,000. 

2 bedroom apartments from £546,000.

Payment Terms: 

Reservation deposit £1,000. 

10% of purchase price payable on exchange.

Balance of purchase price to be paid on completion.

Rental Yields: 

1 bed average price: £393,333 - rentals per week £369 - 4.78% Gross Yield.

2 bed average price: £552,000 - rentals per week £415 - 3.95% Gross Yield.

Reason's to invest in No.10 Watkin Road, Wembley: 

  • 10,000 full-time jobs created.

  • £2.5bn in regeneration investment in Wembley.

  • Neighbouring development from the developer achieved 8% capital growth over 2 years.

  • Fastest fibre optic broadband in London.

  • Wembley is the largest long-term area investment plan in the UK.

  • 42 acres of public realm and gardens.

  • Up to 16.4m visitors a year.

  • Proposed rental yields of over 4.4%.

Residents will live the ultimate urban lifestyle with a balcony or terrace to every home and five communal roof-top gardens in the development.


City living in the heart of Wembley’s regeneration:
No. 10 Watkin Road will be a collection of 229 apartments in the heart of Wembley, Zone 4. Named ‘London’s Borough of Culture 2020’, this thriving regeneration hotspot is known for its cultural attractions, fast links to central London, world- class education and open green spaces – making it a perfect place to invest.

  • Just a 5 minute walk from Wembley Park station.

  • Get to some of Wembley’s best amenities in under 10 minutes by foot.

  • In the bustling heart of Wembley, amidst lush greenery & incredible transport links.

  • Bespoke finishings & interior design.

  • Excellent security system with Comelit 2 wire (Building Kit System where possible) with Ikall External Control Panel.

No.10 Watkin Road is a striking new development in Wembley, with excellent transport links to central London. Two hundred and twenty-nine new apartments will be available with one, two or three bedrooms – offering a range of layouts for professionals and families looking to step onto the property ladder.

Designed for modern living, No.10 Watkin Road has received the `Build for Life’ accreditation – an independent hallmark of liveability, design and longevity – giving you confidence that the development will enable the highest quality of living for the long term. Each spacious and light-filled home comes complete with its own balcony or terrace and is finished with floor-to-ceiling windows to maximise light. In addition, the development itself features five rooftop communal gardens, with children’s play areas and places to relax or enjoy leisure activities.

Located in the borough of Brent, named `London’s Borough of Culture 2020’, this buzzing area is steadily becoming known for its cultural attractions, first-class shopping and green open spaces. And with bars, cafés and restaurants popping up on every corner, now’s the perfect time to invest in a new home.

Location: 

Located in Zone 4, No.10 Watkin Road is just a 5-minute walk from Wembley Park Underground station, served by both the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines – an ideal location for commuters.

The development is also less than a 10-minute drive from the North Circular, which provides easy access to central London and further afield.

By Car: 

  • M1 Motorway - 10 minutes

  • M4 Motorway - 28 minutes

  • Heathrow Airport - 30 minutes

On Foot: 

  • Wembley Park Underground Station - 5 minutes

  • London Designer Outlet - 6 minutes

  • Wembley Stadium Station - 18 minutes

From Wembley Stadium Train Station:

  • Marylebone Station - 12 minutes

  • Euston Station - 30 minutes

  • Clapham Junction Station - 45 minutes

From Wembley Park Underground Station: 

  • Baker Street - 13 minutes

  • Bond Street - 16 minutes

  • King's Cross & St Pancras - 21 minutes

  • Waterloo - 22 minutes

  • Paddington - 24 minutes

  • Knightsbridge - 27 minutes

Culture, Community & Charm: 

Part of a thriving community, No.10 Watkin Road has every amenity you could need within walking distance, including a greengrocer’s, bakeries, cafés and pharmacies.

For foodies, there are plenty of gastropubs a short stroll away and Boxpark Wembley is just a 4-minute walk from your door. Here you can choose from 23 independent eateries serving everything from burgers to burritos and sushi. Or, if cocktails are your thing, head to the terrace of Sky Bar 9 in the Hilton Hotel – the perfect place to meet friends or entertain visitors.

On your doorstep you’ll also find numerous boutiques at London Designer Outlet and a world-class line-up of sporting, music and entertainment events at Wembley Stadium. For a touch of culture, the Sanatan and Neasden Temples are a 35-minute walk from the development, attracting tourists from across the world for their impressive architecture.

 

No.10 Watkin Road is situated within close proximity of some of London’s largest parks, including Fryent Country Park, which is home to 103 hectares of rolling fields and small woods. Or, if you’re an aquatics fanatic, you can spend the day canoeing, kayaking or fishing at nearby Brent Reservoir.

Thoughtfully designed, quality homes: 

Whether you choose a one, two or three-bedroom home, each apartment at No.10 Watkin Road has been thoughtfully designed and accredited by `Built for Life’ to provide you with high quality in every aspect, from storage to outdoor space. The rooms are finished with high-quality fixtures and fittings which come with a 10-year warranty**. Open-plan living and dining areas allow for easy socialising and plenty of natural light.

Why invest in Wembley:

Wembley Rental Market: 

  • High average rental yield - up to 4% on 1-2 bedroom apartments. 

  • Steady growth in property prices - over 3% growth in the last 5 years.

  • Stable rental market - 40% stock turnover a month. 

“By 2030, Wembley will be a national and international destination, a key contributor to the London economy and a world-class destination” – Brent Council.

 

  • Up to 16.4 million visitors a year with Wembley Stadium, the SSE Arena and London Designer Outlet on the doorstep.

  • More than 10,000 new homes. 

  • Within 20 minutes of world-class universities including UCL, LSE and Imperial College London.

  • UK’s largest long-term area plan with over £2.5billion of investment in transport links, public realm, new homes and retail.

  • Strong rental yield forecast of over 4.4% with neighbouring development achieving 8% capital growth over two years.

  • Under a five-minute walk to Wembley Park Underground Station, connecting you to central London in just 12 minutes.

  • The regeneration of Wembley to include a total of 42 acres of public realm and gardens.

  • 115,000 sqft of Grade A office space. 

  • Distinctive mixed use districts.

  • Young vibrant community. 

  • Fastest broadband in London. 

Historically, West London had always been the more popular side of London. Whether it is in terms of residential or commercial property. West London possesses a distinct, unique charm that draws you in, no matter your background or where you come from. The urbanisation and regeneration of West London today has only expanded, spilling beyond Zones 1 & 2. With London’s busiest airport, Heathrow, located in the west as well, makes it a popular location for international buyers today. West London is also home to many of London’s top universities, making it an ideal location to seek out housing, so as to easily access these university campuses with ease.

The regeneration of Wembley began back in 2004, with developer Quintain taking the lead on this major west London project. Wembley has since seen major change and improvement, with a new, cohesive urban district, seeing residential, commercial, retail and leisure facilities. With over £2.5billion worth of regeneration funding being injected into this project, Wembley definitely stands as an up-and-coming area for any property investor to look out for. Apart from the 7 acres set aside for parkland, many new major public areas have also popped up. This includes Wembley Park Boulevard, Market Square & London Designer Outlets. This has in turn allowed for an increase in employment opportunities in the area. In addition, Wembley is home to Europe’s first ever multi-storey coach park. One of the perks of building up an area like Wembley from scratch is the able to implement the world’s latest technologies. For Wembley, this came in the form of the fastest fibre optics in the whole of London, across the entire area. In addition, Quintain has also partnered with Envac in creating a more environmentally sustainable community. Investment fund supporting this regeneration project has also been consistent, with Goldman Sachs stepping into the arena in 2020 to deliver 396 brand new rental homes across 3 buildings. With the acquisition of Quintain by Lone Star in 2015, the project has seen even more stability and security for years to come.

Connectivity:

  • TUBE - Wembley Park station is serviced by both the Jubilee & Metropolitan lines while Wembley Central station is serviced by the Bakerloo line as well as the London Overground. Brent Council has also announced that the new Crossrail Elizabeth Line will see a connection Wembley as well. This will get residents into Central London & Heathrow Airport in just minutes.

  • DRIVE - Wembley isn’t too har off from some of London’s top Universities. Imperial College London’s main campus is just 23 minutes from Wembley Park and its North Acton campus is only 11 minutes away! Excellent connection to major highways M1, M25 & M40.

  • TRAIN - Wembley Central Station services 2 National Rail services - Southern Rail Line & London Northwestern Railway. These two lines will take passengers in and out of the city, with connections to other parts of the country. Wembley Stadium Station also services the Chiltern Railway.

  • CYCLE - Living in a park definitely has its perks. Cycling around the Wembley area is most definitely an activity not to be missed. Enjoy the scenic views of Wembley at any time of the day and soak in the vibrance of the area. Wembley Stadium is just a 3 minute bike ride from the station!

  • WALK - With Wembley’s lush 42 acres of public realm & 7 acres of parkland, life is like a walk in the park. Wembley’s wide boulevards make the pedestrian experience an outstanding one with major shopping, dining & leisure areas just a short walk from home.

  • BUS - The extensive parameters of the Wembley area makes its bus connectivity excellent. Buses take you around the area and also into central London. Take the scenic route by hopping onto one of London’s famous London buses that are reliable and convenient.

Universities: 

Now, more than ever, London & the UK sit as the top destination for tertiary education. With a multitude of top universities such as Imperial College London, University College London, London School of Economics and so on, situated in the city, London sees a high influx of students every year.

  • Over 500,000 international students enrolling each year. 

  • About 20 of the UK's top 100 universities are in London. 

  • Choose from more than 50,000 courses in over 25 subject areas. 

Culture & Community:

Wembley Park Theatre - A newly established theatre, opened in 2019, Trubadore Wembley Park has already made a name for itself, showcasing some major productions such as War Horse, The Hunger Games & The Curious Incident. This Off-West End theatre is definitely one to look for theatre junkies and arts lovers alike.

Wembley Stadium & SSE Arena - This building has iconically represented the Wembley Area since the Empire Pool was built back in 1954. This landmark has drawn in significant crowds over the past decade and remains a significant part of Wembley.

London Designer Outlet - A semi-outdoor shopping expereince that strongly represents the parkside lifestyle of Wemblely. Save up to 70% off retail prices all year round on over 80 different brands. This 3-storey 350,000 sq. ft. shopping boulevard boasts an impressive repretoire of brands.

Seasonal Festivals - Being a vibrant community, the streets of Wembley always happening. With regular events & exhibits on the boulevards of Wembley Park itself, be enriched by the exciting & ever change scenery at your doorstep. In 2019, Wembley boasted the largest LED Christmas tree in the whole of London & the UK.

Brent Civic Centre - The newly built Brent Civic Centre houses the Council of Brent and the Wembley Library. This means that residents are able to easily & conveniently access essential council services. The beautiful modern building also features public common spaces that residents get to enjoy every single day.

Young & Vibrant:

  • Wembley's growth area is one of London's most diverse neighbourhoods. 

  • 40% of new housing in Brent can be accommodated in the growth area. 

  • Highest number of self-employed in the whole of London and the UK. 

  • Nearly half of the growth area population is under the age of 29 and a quarter are under 19. 

Sustainability: 

Wembley now stands as one of London's most sustainable cities, following Quintain's decade long work with Envac. Over there 10 years, Wembley Park residents have been recycling up to 5 times as much as the average London household. 

 

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