Located in Alperton, an established residential suburb undergoing a major programme of regeneration, Liberty Wharf presents a superb opportunity to live in a home you'll love, in an area filled with amenities and exciting plans for the future.
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With no stamp duty payable on homes with a full market value under £500,000 in England until 31st March 2021, this saving could mean that your perfect new home could be much more affordable than you originally thought. With the full market value for the average two bedroom apartment at Liberty Wharf being £455,000, this would mean a cost saving of up to £7,750 for first time buyers under the new guidelines.
All one and two bedroom apartments at Liberty Wharf have a full market value under £500,000, meaning homebuyers will not have to pay any stamp duty.
Three bedroom apartments at Liberty Wharf have a full market value over £500,000, meaning homebuyers will only need to pay stamp duty over the £500,000 threshold, so will save £15,000 in stamp duty charges.
A home at Liberty Wharf gives you direct access to one of London's best-kept secrets.
The Paddington Arm of the Grand Union Canal winds through 14 miles of West London, creating a fascinating outdoor space that's both tranquil and rich with exciting history.
From the evocative sights of old factories and warehouses, to the inviting menus of modern pubs and cafés, a stroll along the towpath is the perfect weekend escape.
A home at Liberty Wharf means all of London's many attractions are just a short trip away on the tube.
With Alperton tube station just a 10-minute* walk away, Liberty Wharf offers fast, direct journeys to Central London via the Piccadilly line.
Going further afield? Change at Acton Town for Heathrow or travel directly to King's Cross St Pancras for the Eurostar and connections to Luton Airport.
*Travel time taken from Google Maps
Long famous for its thrilling stadium events, today Wembley is undergoing an incredible programme of investment and redevelopment.
Head to Wembley Park, London's newest creative hub, for the SSE Arena, a 9-screen Cineworld and the London Designer Outlet, with stores including Adidas, Gap, M&S and H&M. Wembley Stadium is right next door.
It's also home to London's largest Boxpark, with 20 streetfood vendors and 3 bars, and the new Troubadour theatre, showcasing world-class productions such as War Horse.
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