A two bedroom home in the Icon development is the very best in luxe urban living, with high-end but understated contemporary design that leaves you scope to make your own mark. Open-plan living space, ideal for relaxing or entertaining alike, feature soft tones, high-quality flooring, recessed spotlights and built-in media and data points. The kitchen has contemporary units in shades of white or grey, soft-close doors and drawers, stone/concrete effect worktops and brushed-steel-finish integrated appliances that include fan oven, extractor fan, ceramic hob, fridge-freezer and dishwasher. A washer-drier comes as standard, cleverly concealed in a hall cupboard.
The bedrooms have neutral wool-mix carpeting and soft downlighting. Through in the bathroom you’ll find a calm sanctuary of contemporary white bath, basin, and wall-hung WC, with LED lighting, natural effect ceramic tiling and smart chrome fittings.
In the Borough of Barnet, north London, Burnt Oak is an up and coming neighbourhood that has great transport links into central London but is also close to acres of open green space. It’s the best of both worlds, especially if you’re all about wfh or the new era of hybrid working.
Burnt Oak stands out from other suburban areas for its interesting mix of cuisines and independent restaurants, making it something of a foodie destination.
Full market Value: £415,000
25% Share: £103,750
Monthly Service charge: £215
Rent on remaining share: £713.28