Discerning house hunters aspiring to enjoy the long days and summer’s evenings in a stunning riverside location, will be delighted to learn that L&Q, one of the UK’s leading housing association and developer, has partnered with a reputable developer, Berkeley, on a new landmark riverside scheme in Reading.
L&Q has launched the first collection of Shared Ownership homes at the prestigious Huntley Wharf development presenting a rare opportunity to buy a home in the heart of this stunning riverside development. For a limited time only, L&Q are offering a contribution of £1,000* towards your legal fees. Speak to a member of staff for more information on our incentives and the development.
Boasting a prime location in Reading town centre, L&Q at Huntley Wharf is conveniently located within walking distance of Readings award-winning train station, direct trains to London Paddington take just 26 minutes. The development will feature a central riverside square with proposed local amenities to include a café, restaurant, local store, gym and nursery, plus landscaped open spaces along the river.
The L&Q at Huntley Wharf apartments will be finished to a high-quality specification with contemporary fitted kitchens featuring integrated appliances at no additional cost to the buyer. The majority of homes include private outdoor space in the form of a balcony or terrace. Each home has access to beautifully landscaped podium gardens. Alongside these communal gardens, residents can enjoy the outdoors at the central Riverside Square and landscaped grounds which feature lush lawns, a range of colourful flowers and water features throughout the development.
An ideal scheme for First Time buyers to part own and part-rent a home, Shared Ownership is designed as a stepping-stone to ultimately achieve outright ownership. The minimum share you can initially purchase is 25 percent and the maximum is 75 percent – paying a mortgage on the part you own and subsidised rent on the remaining share. As your income rises, you can increase the share you own until you own 100 per cent.
Read Andrea Dean’s feature in the Metro on ‘Why Reading is the best place to move to if you’re considering relocating’ here!