25% Shared Ownership (new home)
- Share price:
- 25 %
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This 2 bedroom apartment in Brixton is for sale with Shared Ownership.
Shared Ownership is another way to buy your home. You buy a percentage and pay rent on the rest. Guinness owns part of it - but you're living there, you decorate it and decide when to sell.
Buying a percentage means a smaller deposit and a smaller mortgage. It's a sooner first step on the ladder for lots of people.
The high specification homes here in Brixton are light-filled, spacious and stylish. There’s everything you’d expect from brand new apartments – a lift, balconies, fitted wardrobes and high-quality fixtures, fittings and appliances.
Set between Clapham, Dulwich and Camberwell, Brixton’s right in the middle of south London and has become its beating cultural heart. A go-to for everyone from foodies and clubbers to artists and rockers. The sense of community runs deep. Whether you like a quiet corner in the pub or a podium on the dance floor, there’s always someone to welcome you.
Famous names in famous places
Music and entertainment have long been a draw for people coming to Brixton, and that still stands. The area’s famous live venues, including the O2 Academy Brixton and Hootananny, attract big names and feature everything from ska music to karaoke and comedy.
The Ritzy Picturehouse is another Brixton institution as are clubs Electric Brixton, The Dogstar and the Prince of Wales. The jewel in the latter’s crown is its roof terrace – the perfect place to gather on a summer evening.
A village with soul
Brixton Village and Market Row epitomise all that’s great about Brixton. This bustling little corner of London is home to more than 100 independent businesses. Wander through the covered arcades and you’ll find a treasure trove of quirky stores selling an eclectic mix of clothes, jewellery, homewares, art, music, fresh produce and more.
Brixton’s become the place to go for sublime taste sensations that don’t break the bank. And, crammed with more than 20 cafés, restaurants and takeaways, Brixton Village and Market Row are great places to start. They’ll take you on a culinary journey around the world – from sociable tapas at Seven to divine Danish breakfasts at Valhalla. And with a warm, friendly vibe and live music on Thursday and Friday nights, it’s pure Brixton spirit.
Living at Electric Quarter you’ll not only have the buzz of Brixton laid out below. You’ll have the rest of London within easy reach thanks to great travel connections.
Brixton tube station is just a 12-minute walk from Electric Quarter. It’s in zone 2 and on the Victoria line, so you can quickly get to north London or out east or west
Example journey times from there are:
Oxford Circus – 11 mins
Victoria – 7 mins
London Bridge – 13 mins
Bank – 15 mins
Kings Cross and St Pancras International – 16 mins
You’re a 12-minute walk from Brixton train station and an 11-minute walk from Loughborough train station.
Typical journey times station to station are:
Brixton to West Dulwich – 5 mins
Brixton to Victoria – 9 mins
Loughborough Junction to St Pancras International – 18 mins
There’s a bus stop just around the corner, which connects you to the local network and across London.
Heathrow, Gatwick and London City airports are all within an hour of Electric Quarter.
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