Hayes Village

Nestles Avenue, Hayes, Middlesex, London UB3 4QF

Estimate completion date: 2024
Property ID: IRP_N_101_24421

Project Name

Hayes Village

Building Name

Hayes Village

Last Updated Date

13 Aug 2022

Tenure

999 Years Leasehold

Planning Permission No

Permission Granted By

Council Tax

Ground Rent

Peppercorn

Estimate Service Charge

Developer

Barratt West London

Project Description
Discover Art Deco and Edwardian industrial architecture, surrounded by 9 acres of green open space, at west London's newest village.

Set on the site of the former Nestle Factory we’re building over 1,500 homes as part of an area undergoing significant regeneration in Hayes.

Benefiting from the preserved industrial features, our homes are truly unique with exceptionally high ceilings and large Crittall-style windows.

With Crossrail to serve Hayes & Harlington Station from 2022, the area will have faster connections than many Zone 2 locations. 

Residents' will enjoy a cafe and a private gym, set alongside the Grand Union Canal.
Discover Art Deco and Edwardian industrial architecture, surrounded by 9 acres of green open space, at west London's newest village.

Set on the site of the former Nestle Factory we’re building over 1,500 homes as part of an area undergoing significant regeneration in Hayes.

Benefiting from the preserved industrial features, our homes are truly unique with exceptionally high ceilings and large Crittall-style windows.

With Crossrail to serve Hayes & Harlington Station from 2022, the area will have faster ...
Type
1-Bedroom
Size
From 538 sqft
Price
From GBP 375,000
Type
2-Bedroom
Size
From 745 sqft
Price
From GBP 462,000
Type
3-Bedroom
Size
From 796 sqft
Price
From GBP 540,000

Facilities

Parking

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