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Acton Gardens - Hawthorn
2 bedroom homes for sale in Enfield Road, Ealing, W3 8QT

What is Help to Buy?

The Help to Buy scheme is an equity loan provided by the Government. You are lent up to 40% of the cost of your new build home, so you will need a minimum 5% deposit and a 55% mortgage to make up the rest.

Help to Buy homes must be new build, advertised as Help to Buy by a Help to Buy registered housing provider, and have a maximum price of £600,000. Help to Buy is designed to help you move up the housing ladder, so a Help to Buy home must be your only residence.

Scheme Help to Buy
Availability Available
Full price from £555,000
Government Loan up to 40%
Maximum Government Loan from £222,000
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Parking 0 space

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Overview

STAMP DUTY PAID AND PARKING BAY WORTH £25,000 INCLUDED WHEN YOU RESERVE A 2 BED APARTMENT IN APRIL!

Nestled centrally within the Acton Gardens scheme, Hawthorn benefits from the multiple facilities close by. Schools, parks, sports areas as well as shops all help to make living at Hawthorn the perfect choice.

The collection of apartments surround a landscaped courtyard, with access to well-planned facilities and excellent transport links, making it easy to get to work or school, meet up with friends or explore the rest of the city.

Plot availability

Scheme Help to Buy
Availability Available
Full market price £555,000
Government Loan up to 40%
Maximum Government Loan £222,000
Plot 13-HWT
Floor Seventh
Beds 2
Bathrooms 1
Parking 0 space
Freehold or leasehold Leasehold - What is this?
Scheme Help to Buy
Availability Available
Full market price £560,000
Government Loan up to 40%
Maximum Government Loan £224,000
Plot 12-HWT
Floor Seventh
Beds 2
Bathrooms 1
Parking 0 space
Freehold or leasehold Leasehold - What is this?

Local area information

Located just over 2 miles from Acton Gardens, Chiswick is one of London’s most fashionable London villages. For chic shops, good pubs and restaurants, parks and a pavement café lifestyle where you can stroll, browse and meet up with friends, look no further than Chiswick which offers everything to make London village living more desirable and unique.

Ealing Borough Council

W3 8QT

Housing provider

Countryside (West) Hawthorn@cpplc.com

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Freehold is where a person or organisation has outright ownership, forever, of a property and the land it’s built on.

Leasehold is a long-term tenancy where someone buys the right to live in a property for a certain period, usually 99 or 125 years. Unless the leaseholder makes arrangements to extend it, once the lease ends, ownership of the property returns to the freeholder. As a leaseholder, if you own a property in a block of flats, you don’t own the land the property sits on. This is owned by the freeholder of the property. Leaseholders usually pay ground rent too.

The rules a leaseholder must follow are governed by a contract, known as the lease. It can include restrictions on what they can do to a property. For example, whether they can have pets and whether they can rent the property out. The lease will also detail the leaseholder's rights. These may include, for example, the right to use the common parts or gardens, or to park a car in a shared car park.

You can find out more about leasehold and freehold from the Mayor’s Leasehold Guide for Londoners.

Freehold is where a person or organisation has outright ownership, forever, of a property and the land it’s built on.

Leasehold is a long-term tenancy where someone buys the right to live in a property for a certain period, usually 99 or 125 years. Unless the leaseholder makes arrangements to extend it, once the lease ends, ownership of the property returns to the freeholder. As a leaseholder, if you own a property in a block of flats, you don’t own the land the property sits on. This is owned by the freeholder of the property. Leaseholders usually pay ground rent too.

The rules a leaseholder must follow are governed by a contract, known as the lease. It can include restrictions on what they can do to a property. For example, whether they can have pets and whether they can rent the property out. The lease will also detail the leaseholder's rights. These may include, for example, the right to use the common parts or gardens, or to park a car in a shared car park.

You can find out more about leasehold and freehold from the Mayor’s Leasehold Guide for Londoners.