Liberty Quarter launched

acton gardens july 14A new phase of housing has been launched for sale at Acton Gardens  Countryside and L&Q’s redevelopment of the South Acton Estate.


The new launch is of a “luxury collection of überhauses” at Liberty Quarter. The partners say Überhauses are homes that, while located in an apartment building, bring together a fusion of a house and an apartment. Each two-level home has its own private street-level entrance and a dual terrace with access either to the beautiful podium gardens or its own private garden.

Jerome Geoghegan Group Director for Development and Sales at L&Q, comments: “Acton Gardens is all about making a difference — to the area, to the people who buy here and to the potential of urban redevelopment in general. We think that our collection of überhauses will make all the difference when it comes to setting Acton Gardens apart from other schemes. The perfect blend of apartment convenience and security and townhouse privacy and individuality, they exemplify the fine design and visionary approach that is making Liberty Quarter at Acton Gardens such a major success with buyers.”

Acton Gardens will eventually comprise more than 2,500 new homes around a series of parks, squares and play areas. The masterplan includes a new sports ground; a central plaza with a shop, youth centre and other community facilities; and a proposed new bus route and street network to link the development to the surrounding area.

Liberty Quarter includes 60 homes in a building fronting Bollo Bridge Road, designed by the Stirling Prize-winning architect Alison Brooks.

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