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First-time buyers are flocking to Acton, London.
Zone 2/3 is a district with good value properties, great transport links and huge investment on the horizon.
Ideally located with great transport links and rare London affordability, this area is a really practical option for first-timers.
Billions of pounds is being invested into Acton, with a promise of transformation that will include the regeneration of council estates and the repurposing of everything from civic buildings to DIY stores. There will be thousands of new homes built in Acton over the coming years and Northfields’ New Homes team will be in the heart of the mix.
Acton is slap-bang in the middle of everywhere. You can jump on a bus or a tube for 10 minutes and do your shopping in Chiswick, Westfield in White City or Ealing or head into central London.
Since 2012, housebuilders L&Q and Countryside have spent £600 million on building 3,300 new homes in the South Acton area, almost half of which are lower-cost and aimed at first time buyers, renters and priced-out London buyers.
Acton Gardens is a 52-acre estate which is being turned into a new “urban village” that will eventually be home to about 8,000 people, with shops, offices and open space. Half of the homes are already complete or under construction and the first Acton Gardens residents moved in during 2013. A one-bedroom flat starts at around £410,000, with two-bedroom flats from £550,000. Help to Buy London is available. Ealing council granted permission in December for 1,950 more homes at Acton Gardens, plus shops, offices, allotments and open space. Some 200 homes will be built this year, and the entire site is set to complete in 2027.