St George, London's leading residential developer, is pleased to announce the premiere launch of the First Time Buyer apartments at Fulham Reach. The innovative and highly desirable apartments are available to first time buyers at a minimum of 30% below market value, from only £175,000.
Nick Hutchings, Managing Director, St George Central London commented: "We are delighted with the significant level of interest we have already received from first time buyers. This new development offers the opportunity for first time buyers to get on the property ladder at an affordable price, within one of London's prime new developments with excellent views extending over the River Thames and the famous Hammersmith Bridge.
St George is holding an exclusive preview on Wednesday 27th June, between 12noon - 8pm at the new riverside show apartments and marketing suite, to guide prospective new homeowners through the scheme and showcase the new 1 Bedroom Manhattan apartment.
The first time buyer apartments, are available in partnership with the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, to assist qualifying first time buyers onto the property ladder.
Fulham Reach, London W6 is the transformation of the 7.25 acre site, into a thriving new riverside community with shops, bars and restaurants, riverside promenade, landscaped gardens and community rowing club.
Residents of Fulham Reach will be able to enjoy the benefits of membership of a private lifestyle club. Members will be able to access facilities including a state of the art gymnasium, swimming pool, spa, private screening room, wine cellar, snooker room and golf simulator.
Fulham Reach is designed by award winning architects, John Thompson & Partners, John Thompson explains: "We wanted to create a place where every aspect of life can flourish. Somewhere that is both relaxing and stimulating, with a strong sense of environmental responsibility. A place where people really feel that they belong."
Spanning the River Thames, next to Fulham Reach, for more than 160 years, Hammersmith Bridge has marked a crucial point in the world famous Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race.
Crews race at capacity to reach this point, and many have been won and lost from this very spot. The area around Fulham Reach is also famous for its famous residents. King Charles II was a frequent visitor to the area, while William Morris, founder of the Arts and Crafts Movement moved here in 1879. Mahatma Gandhi lived in Fulham when he studied law at University College, London. And Gustav Holst, the English composer of the famous orchestral suite, The Planets, was also a resident for most of his life.
Fulham's worldwide sporting prowess is also legendary. The Queen's Club is one of the finest racquet clubs in the world, with a history that dates back to 1886. The club hosts the annual precursor to Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships. Fulham is also home to three Premiership football Clubs, Chelsea, Queens Park Rangers and Fulham.