Why Rent when you can Buy?
Live the canal life at Waterside Heights - Available with Shared Ownership
Reasons to own a home at Waterside Heights
- Phase 1 at Waterside Heights is now over 40% Under Offer
- Own Your Home for as little as £1,000 per month
- Arrive home to a unique Canalside development and your secure underground parking space
- Enjoy light-filled apartments with dual-aspect, floor to ceiling windows
- Choose between two kitchen interior colourways
- Benefit from integrated AEG appliances all included with your purchase
- Take advantage of the Grand Union Canal views from your private balcony or terrace
- Make your house a home with our Pet Friendly initiative
Reasons to join the property ladder
- You become a homeowner
- Your house becomes a home with our Pet Friendly developments
- Cheaper to buy than rent
- Interest rates at an all time low
- Security and investment into your future
- First time buyers benefit from Free stamp duty until End June 2021
- Be the first residents. All you need to do is unpack and enjoy!
- 10 year build warranty and 2 year appliance guarantees
BEWEST bring you Waterside Heights, a stunning selection of 1 & 2 bedroom shared ownership homes in West Drayton. The development has a fantastic view of the Grand Union Canal and is located directly opposite to West Drayton Station.
Waterside heights is made up of 22 apartments available to rent, and 65 shared ownership homes available Now. These new build homes are available to view physically or virtually:
1 beds starting from £87,000 for a 30% share of £290,000
2 beds starting from £115,500 for a 30% share of £385,000
Getting around West Drayton:
- By rail: West Drayton station will become part of the new Crossrail service, which is set for completion in 2019. This will boost rail journeys to the capital, with higher frequency and more direct services. In the meantime, commuters can jump on a direct train to London Paddington and reach their destination in 30 minutes. A journey to Reading takes 35 minutes and Oxford can be reached in one hour and 20 minutes.
- By car: Residents have easy access to major roads thanks to the proximity of the M3, M25 and M40. West Drayton is also just north of the M4.
- By air: Heathrow Airport is on West Drayton’s doorstep. From here, residents can travel to more than 180 destinations.
Things to do in West Drayton:
- History: To the south of West Drayton in the village of Harmondsworth is the ‘Cathedral of Middlesex’, better known as the Harmondsworth Great Barn. The ‘cathedral’ is actually a medieval barn made of oak, but the cavernous timber interior impresses visitors with its scale and artistry. It’s only open on select days, so keep an eye on the English Heritage website for dates.
- Cultural: Southlands Arts showcases local and up-and-coming artists, musicians, writers and actors with exhibitions, classes and workshops. Residents can join the playwriting group or perform in Drama on the Lawn in summer. There’s also a book club and poet circle.
- Outdoors: The Grand Union Canal, which links London to Birmingham, passes along the north of West Drayton offering a variety of paths and trails. Alternatively, wander into Colne Valley Regional Park and roam the wild Harmondsworth Moor. There's 260 acres of newly-created parkland to explore, including meadows, rivers, lakes and ponds. Surrounding greenbelt countryside means there’s plenty of space for golf clubs. Heathpark Golf Club and Thorney Park Golf Club are ideal for a quick round at the weekend. You can also get active at the Yiewsley & West Drayton Community Centre which holds exercise classes, yoga and martial arts lessons.
- Shopping: Stroll down Station Road to access most of the area’s shops, or venture into Drayton Garden Village to access the new express supermarket. For more extensive shopping trip, hop across to Uxbridge, which has two major shopping centres as well as historic streets filled with traditional pubs, restaurants and bars.
- Food and drink: Generous portions of homely food are served at The Plough in nearby Sipson. Hearty dishes such as lamb shank or wild boar burger feature on the menu and there’s also the option to eat in the large garden.
- Hidden West Drayton: Follow the footbridges across the river towards the west of West Drayton to discover the willow woodland of Fray’s Island. Make sure you look out for orchids in the summer months.
5 reasons to live in West Drayton:
- Soon to be on the new Crossrail route
- Excellent road links
- Plenty of green spaces
- New housing developments
- Easy access to shops and entertainment in Uxbridge