THE second phase of Acton Gardens, the regeneration of the South Acton estate by Countryside and L&Q, is underway.
Liberty Quarter features luxury one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, and three- and four-bedroom duplex flats, designed by award-winning architect Alison Brooks, fronting Bollo Bridge Road.
Potential buyers can now view the development.
Andrew Loveday, sales and marketing director of Countryside, said: “The first phase of Acton was so popular it sold out in a matter of months.
“Ever since, there has been anticipation for the launch of the second phase, so we are pleased to announce a wealth of opportunity for first-time buyers to investors in this regeneration hotspot.
“Lightning does seem to have struck twice as we had a fantastic turn out for the launch, with properties already reserved.”
Liberty Quarter is a short walk from Acton Town tube, providing Piccadilly and District Line services into the West End and City. It is also close to Acton mainline station, which from 2018 will benefit hugely from Crossrail.
Situated a short walk from Chiswick High Street, Acton Gardens will include more than 2,500 new homes around a series of parks, squares and play areas.