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The Waterline

An iconic new building for Alperton's skyline

  • Shared ownership

A striking collection of canalside one, two and three bedroom apartments

The very best of canalside London living.

At the centre of Alperton, this striking new development has direct access to the Grand Union Canal. Residents will be able to take advantage of the new amenities including a supermarket and café to the canal front.

The immediate area is well served by local shops, schools and places of worship. Alperton station is served by the Piccadilly line, which less than a one-minute walk from the development. Travel to Central London (Green Park) takes just 30 minutes. A recreation ground and a sports centre are all within a five-minute walk.

The Waterline, Ealing Road, Alperton, Brent, HA0 4EL

  • 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments
  • From £86,750 (25% share Full Market Value)
  • Available

For shared ownership, please register your interest or request a brochure for this development.

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020 3475 3419

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Life at The Waterline

Find your Alperton

Many of Alperton’s amenities and travel connections are within five minutes’ walk. Your local area includes shops, schools, places of worship, a sports centre and healthcare services. There’s a big Sainsbury’s nearby, with a new Lidl planned for The Waterline itself. As the canal shakes off its industrial character, and nature returns, it has become a wonderful place for walks, bike rides, or watching the world go by as you sit at a waterside café – one of which is planned for The Waterline.

Just a little further

This part of London has two main shopping hubs, both within a few miles of The Waterline. Brent Cross is already one of London’s biggest retail destinations, with large branches of John Lewis, Fenwick, Waitrose, and leading fashion, sports and tech brands, with much more to come as expansion plans get underway. Wembley is also changing fast. As well as football, it now offers discount shopping at London Designer Outlet, independent artisan businesses in the new Wembley Park Market, with music and street food at the exciting BOXPARK.

Well connected

The Piccadilly Line runs from Alperton station, a direct route to the West End and to Heathrow Airport. It’s also on the Night Tube network, with a 24-hour service at weekends. Numerous bus routes give you further options for getting about. Road users have very easy access to the A40 for central London and the M25, and the A406 North Circular for Brent Cross and the M1.