L&Q - Acton Gardens, W3

Prices from £133,125 to £532,500

Images may include optional upgrades at additional cost

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Development info

All homes are now 100% reserved. Next phase coming soon: 1,2 & 3 bedroom apartments and duplexes - please register your interest to be the first to hear the latest news and information.

About Acton Gardens
Acton Gardens is a major redevelopment that has evolved and continues to do so with the latest phase. In simple terms, the vision for Acton Gardens is to affect an urban transformation and create an idyllic and highly desirable place to live.

This development sets out to become a model for 21st century urban living, to successfully encompass the key issues of social cohesiveness, transport, environment, technology, and to become an exemplar for the finest architecture. Acton Gardens is much more than a showcase for beautiful architecture and social responsibility. It is the creation of a vibrant new urban quarter, a complete community, reconnected to its surroundings. For far too long this area has been cut-off from its neighbours, unable to enjoy the benefit of its West London location.

What is Shared Ownership?
Under the Shared Ownership scheme you part-own and part-rent your home, making it possible for first-time buyers and families to get on the property ladder.

The minimum share you can purchase is 25% and the maximum is 75%. You will usually pay a mortgage on the part you own and a subsidised rent on the part you don't own. Over time, you can increase the share you own until you eventually own 100%

Shared Ownership eligibility
Applying with L&Q is the only way to confirm that you’re eligible to purchase one of our Shared Ownership homes. However, this short list will give you an indication of the minimum eligibility requirements:

- have a combined annual household income under £80,000, or £90,000 in London
- not own a property, or part of a property, at the time of completing on your purchase
- have a good credit history
- have a minimum of £5,000 to cover the costs of buying a home
- be over 18 years of age and be able to obtain a mortgage