Buying in Northfields

Northfields Buyers guide

Straddling the boroughs or Ealing and Hounslow sits Northfields.

Centred around the underground station, Northfields has been on the up in recent years and is an ideal spot for singles and families alike who are looking to settle down in a part of London that hasn’t lost its charm. The area is home to an array of beautiful properties, whilst retaining much of the character that one would associate with villages nearer the outskirts of the city.

And with an eclectic variety of independent shops, cafes and other businesses, there’s rarely a reason to venture out too far. All in all, this has helped a sense of community continue to thrive with many people moving into the area and laying roots for years to come.

For homeowners who work in the city, commuting is quite straight forward with both rail and bus transport links in several easily accessible areas.

Whatever your reason may be for buying a new home in the area the team at Hunters have a wealth of experience and are waiting to help you today.

Under £400k

There are some real finds in Northfields for under £400k, ranging from modern one bedroom apartments to sizeable three bedroom flats for families who are moving to the area. Many of the contemporary apartments are vibrant and are purpose built for the cosmopolitan surroundings of Northfields.

For those considering purchasing an apartment, owning your own transport isn’t necessarily essential, as the train stations and underground are never too far away.

£425k - £650k

Potential home owners in this budget bracket have a range of properties to consider. Two bedroom apartments that enjoy plenty of light and are spacious throughout. Penthouses flats command stunning views of the area, allocated parking can often be found, and many come with beautiful gardens.

For families, whose priorities may be a tad different, two and three bedroom terraced and detached properties often come on the market. Complete with gardens and ideally situated for local amenities such as schools and parks, these properties often don’t stay on the market for long, so it’s best to keep one eye open.

£770k to £1m

In this price range, there are some superb properties for larger families or professionals seeking homes with three to four bedrooms. From contemporary semi-detached houses to stylish Victorian terrace properties, there’s plenty to choose from. Many of the properties are in winning locations and are just right for those looking for easy access to schools, local shops and restaurants.

£1m upwards

Properties for sale in excess of one million pounds aren’t very common. However, when they do come to the market they are often real finds. Large family homes in the best locations, front and back gardens and convenient parking is often available.  

If you’re considering purchasing a property in the area and need advice, don’t hesitate to get in contact today and our friendly staff will be more than happy to assist you.