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Anthology Wembley Parade in Wembley by Lifestory Group

Wembley, Greater London, HA9 0LY

3 bedroom apartments - From £600,000

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Located on North End Road, Wembley Parade is made up of five buildings including a twelve-floor tower. Comprising of one, two and three bedrooms, there are 195 homes in total, all featuring a private balcony or terrace. Situated on the ground floor there is a beautiful communal landscaped garden for all residents to enjoy.

In the heart of one of North-West London’s most vibrant and international neighbourhoods, Anthology Wembley Parade sits within a larger redevelopment right by Wealdstone Brook.

Set amongst a thriving local community, the rest of the city is within easy reach thanks to the nearby stations at Wembley Park and Wembley Central.

Wembley’s history as a significant place for gatherings and celebrations commenced in 1923 with the hosting of the FA Cup Final. The games were held in the new build Empire Stadium which was part of a larger master-plan in preparation of the 1924-1925 British Empire Exhibition. The exhibition aimed to showcase international achievements in technology, production and art.

Lasting 10 months, with 56 exhibiting countries, it was the largest exhibition ever in the world, attracting 27 million visitors. Whilst the original pavilions, the boating lake and other landscape features of the exhibition ground disappeared over time, rudiments of the original structure still exist today. An example is the north south axis stretching from Wembley Park Rail station to Wembley Stadium which is now known as Olympic Way.