September launch for Chiswick Gate homes
Wed 1 July 2015, 9:35 am
In September 2015, Berkeley Homes will launch Chiswick Gate, a development of 122 homes overlooking Chiswick House and Gardens.
The scheme features one, two and three-bedroom apartments and two, three, four and five-bedroom townhouses, as well as a private gym and concierge service.
The South Wing is the first phase of homes to be released for sale and includes one and two-bedroom apartments with balconies and two and three-bedroom penthouses with wrap around terraces. A collection of four and five-bedroom townhouses will also be released for sale in September.
Homes at the development were designed by award-winning architects John Thompson and Partners and interiors by the British design studio Tara Bernerd & Partners.
Chiswick Gate is within walking distance of Turnham Green Underground station, which gives access to the District and Piccadilly lines; Victoria can be reached in just 20 minutes. Overground services from Chiswick Railway Station to Clapham Junction take just 14 minutes, while Waterloo is 27 minutes away. For international travel, Heathrow Airport is 10 miles away.
Prices at Chiswick Gate are expected to start from £749,950 for a two-bedroom apartment and from £2.2 million for a four-bedroom townhouse.
Matthew Biddle, managing director, Berkeley Homes (West London), said: “Berkeley specialises in creating socially sustainable new places in which people can live, work and enjoy their leisure time. To achieve this we build strong partnerships with the existing local community to ensure that our new developments both enhance the vernacular built environment in which they are set, and support and improve the local infrastructure to the benefit of all residents.
“Our latest flagship scheme, Chiswick Gate, is evidence of this approach. Its location close to the Grade I Listed Chiswick House and yet within easy reach of picturesque Chiswick riverside and the vibrant High Street provides an unrivalled opportunity for buyers to choose from a wide choice of apartments, penthouses and townhouses.
“The development contributes to the local infrastructure in other ways too; over 150 jobs will be created during the lifetime of the build programme while Section 106 payments of over £2.5 million are helping fund a variety of projects within the local community, including improvements to education in the immediate area, contributions to a Car Club and much-needed funds to support Chiswick House.”