St Andrew’s Park, Uxbridge

St Andrew’s Park

3 bedroom houses
Uxbridge, Greater London

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Our stunning selection of new homes at St. Andrews Park, Uxbridge are now on sale. Visit our development or speak to our friendly Sales Advisors to find your dream home.

St. Andrew's Park, Churchill Road, Uxbridge, West London UB10 0RX

Just 45 minutes outside of London, St. Andrew’s Park is the latest phase of the 1,300-home new community at the former RAF Uxbridge site in Hillingdon.

The development includes a range of properties from one bedroom apartments to stunning four bedroom, four story townhouses. So whether you’re a first time buyer, searching for a bigger home, looking to downsize or considering buying as an investment, St. Andrew’s Park has the perfect home for you.

The homes will be designed according to St. Modwen Homes’ high standards, with high ceilings and large windows throughout, impressive specification and top quality fixtures throughout. New homeowners will also benefit from the many amenities on site, including places to work, a theatre, museum and new restaurant, as well as the park and John Locke Academy Primary School that have already been delivered.

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