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SO Resi Brixton, Brixton

SHARED OWNERSHIP

£127,500 - £207,500

SO Resi Brixton

1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments
So Resi Brixton, Brixton, Greater London

 
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We are delighted to present 81 modern one, two and three bedroom apartments, in the heart of Brixton, available to buy through shared ownership – the affordable way to own.

So Resi Brixton is nestled in a quiet, residential corner of Brixton, and is just a five minute walk from the famous O2 Academy and vibrant centre of Brixton.

So Resi Brixton is under a ten minute walk to Brixton tube station and offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for first-time-buyers to buy their first home affordably.

The scheme is conveniently located to give residents all the benefits of living in a lively, up-and-coming area. Popular Brixton village is less than five minute walk, giving locals the opportunity to experience various cuisines, traditions and customs as well as buy fresh meat and poultry, fruit and vegetables, spices and fabrics. The Crown & Anchor, Trinity Arms and Craft Beer Co are just a few of the local pubs and bars where you can unwind.

A Sainsbury’s Local, M&S Food Hall, Tesco and Lidl are all easily accessible for weekly shops, while Morleys shopping centre offers anything else you might need. Ritzy Picture House and O2 Brixton Academy are cultural hubs with a vast variety of movies and gigs for you to enjoy. There’s also a Leisure Centre with a swimming pool in Brixton Village. Barclays and NatWest both have branches at your disposal near Brixton Underground Station.

What is shared ownership?
Shared ownership allows you to buy a share of your home, with a lower deposit, smaller mortgage and monthly payment on the rest. You start by buying between 25% - 75% of your home. That means your monthly mortgage and deposit are smaller than they would be if you bought your home outright. You can buy a bigger share of your home in the future, and even own 100%.

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