Your Last Chance To Buy A Linden Home In The 'sweet Spot' Of Mill Hill
24 Feb 2017

Two years ago, Mill Hill was identified as one of London’s ‘up and coming sweet spots’ in a report by estate agents Savills*. The report described how groups of younger people were ‘pioneering new areas’ of the capital in response to rising house prices in the city centre.

Mill Hill made it to number three in a top ten list of new and increasingly popular residential ‘sweet spots’ set just a few miles from central London.

And just a few months ago, a London School of Economics report** identified a new phenomenon which concluded that while the global super rich price the city’s ‘traditional elite’ (lawyers, architects and academics) out of the capital’s heart, they, in turn are looking further afield.

The knock on effect of this is that Mill Hill and other ‘up and coming sweet spots’ outside London’s heart are the focus of growing attention.

Simon Pendlebury is the sales and marketing director of Linden Homes Chiltern, which has created Millbrook Park, a collection of four and five bedroom homes in Mill Hill:

“The advantages of living out of the city centre are many-fold. Yes, you may pay a little more in commuting costs if you are out of the very centre, but set that against the lower house prices; the fact that there is parking available and much more space - so in the summer you can enjoy your evening glass of wine in a garden instead of up on a cramped fume-filled roof terrace…

“Mill Hill has an abundance of open spaces: parks, golf courses and woodland areas. It has good schools, great local shops, restaurants, bars and cafes and, if you wish, you can easily travel into London for even more choice. (Millbrook Park is a walk away from Mill Hill East underground station - which is on the Northern Line in travel zone 4).”

Access to open, green spaces isn’t just something that is ‘nice to have’. Research now proves what we have always suspected - that it can have a very clear positive impact on your health and well-being. A University of Chicago study of residential areas in Toronto has shown that having open spaces and more trees around you can improve your health and make you feel younger.***

With so much good publicity, it’s not surprising that 90% of the homes at Millbrook Park have now sold out. Linden Homes is now offering the Inglis Quarter, which includes a selection of four and five bedroom houses situated in private, leafy cul-de-sacs offering spacious living accommodation and private parking. A number of these homes are situated within a private gated area. 

If you have a house to sell then Linden Homes could help get you moving to Millbrook Park with their part exchange scheme by becoming your guaranteed buyer, Linden Homes could buy your existing home from you, saving you hassle, delays and estate agent fees.

This really is your last chance to buy a beautiful Linden home at the popular Millbrook Park in the sweet spot of Mill Hill.

Sources:
*Savills residential research, (March 2015)
**LSE International Inequalities Institute, (August 2016)
***Neighborhood greenspace and health in a large urban center: University of Chicago.(February 2015)

 

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