Say ‘Wembley’ to most people and they’ll immediately think of the world-famous stadium. However, this iconic West London area has so much more going on. Thanks to sustained regeneration efforts, especially around Wembley Park, it’s an area that’s bursting with life, confidence and creativity. Want to see what it’s like to live here? Then come explore some of the best new build homes developments in Wembley.
Where is Wembley?Wembley is one of the main areas of the West London borough of Brent. It became a part of Greater London in 1965. Despite being part of the borough, it has the feel of being its own distinct town.
Top 10 new build homes developments in WembleyInterested in seeing more of what Wembley has to offer? The following list is the top 10 ranked new-build properties on HomeViews in the area. The rankings are based entirely on the scores given by verified residents, so you can rest assured that they’re based on real-life experiences of living in these properties.
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*PLEASE NOTE these rankings take into account how many reviews a scheme has and how recently those reviews have been submitted, so may not match the overall star ratings shown. Buildings with a larger number of more recent reviews are given a greater weighting to reflect current building performance.
Brand new in 2022, and currently top of our table for Wembley, Madison is a Build to Rent development that’s very close to Wembley Stadium. Quintain Living’s eighth development contains 381 rental homes. It’s sophisticated and exudes a ‘Mad Men cool’ vibe. Its interiors combine a range of mid-century modern and contemporary design influences and it overlooks and opens out onto the leafy Union Park. There are resident gardens with BBQs ideal for for summer days/nights, the roof terrace boasts stunning views of park, gardens and of course the iconic Stadium arch.
Read reviews and details of Madison, Wembley Park, HA9
In second, Landsby is the another entrant on this list that belongs to build to rent developer Quintain Living. Located in Wembley Park, it features a relaxed, Scandi-led interior design, with 295 studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments. In addition, there are a range of facilities on site including two roof terraces and two podium gardens, one with a children’s play area. Residents can also enjoy a communal kitchen with a private dining room as well as a residents’ lounge.
Read reviews and details of Landsby, Wembley Park, HA9
In third, Alameda is another build to rent residential development from Quintain Living. It features a variety of studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments with furniture co-designed with John Lewis & Partners and kitchens co-designed by Samsung. In addition, residents can enjoy a roof garden featuring a five-metre cinema screen as well as two BBQs with comfortable seating. Similarly, there are two resident lounges downstairs and a large work from home area with free Wi-Fi.
Read reviews and details of Alameda, Wembley Park, HA9
Our fourth entrant, The Robinson, is perfect for those looking for something different. Bold and alternative, its interiors are inspired by British popular culture and have an eclectic style – contemporary, mid-century, art deco and retro kitsch. The Robinson is Quintain Living’s ninth Build to Rent development in Wembley Park. It’s arranged across three blocks making up 458 homes from studio to four bedroom apartments. Furthermore, The Robinson’s design considers sharers, with some of the four bedroom apartments fitted with four separate bathrooms. Social spaces include the fantastic Festival Gardens, the resident lounge (ideal for working from home) and three stunning roof terraces.
Read reviews and details of The Robinson, Wembley Park, HA9
Montana & Dakota takes the middle spot on our list. This quirkily named residential development is also from Build to Rent developer Quintain Living, and the name comes from the two separate tower blocks, Montana and Dakota. There are 140 apartments on site, with a range of one, two and three-bedroom apartments available. Residents have access to a range of facilities including a gym and a hireable cinema room. In addition, there are two resident lounges with Sky HD TV, a pool table and free Wi-Fi.
Read reviews and details of Montana & Dakota, Wembley Park, HA9
In 7th, Alto features 120 modern apartments in the centre of Wembley Park. There are a range of studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments available. In addition, residents can enjoy a variety of facilities across the site. These include a residents gym, sky terrace, a residents kitchen, resident lounge as well as work from home pods. Wembley Park tube station is also a short walk away, with good connections to Central London via the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines.
Read reviews and details of Alto, Wembley Park, HA9
Our eighth entrant, Ferrum is inspired by the old New York warehouse, loft-style apartment design, one that blends the old and the new. It features a range of studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments with furniture co-designed with John Lewis & Partners and kitchens co-designed by Samsung. Residents can choose from both furnished or unfurnished options. Facilities on site include a sizeable gym, gardens with BBQs as well as resident lounges and work from home areas. The Build to Rent development is also pet-friendly.
Read reviews and details of Ferrum, Wembley Park, HA9
In at number 9, Beton is located right in the heart of Wembley Park. It offers a variety of studios, one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments. These are available in furnished and unfurnished options. In addition, residents have access to a selection of amenities and facilities. These include a bike workshop, cinema room and pool table. This is another pet-friendly development too – a trend that is deepending across Wembley as developers compete to offer the best rental experience.
Read reviews and details of Beton, Wembley Park, HA9
Our final spot goes to the characterfully named WEM Tower. Located in the vibrant part of the neighbourhood, this landmark building of the the North West London skyline offers innovative apartments and energising communal spaces for all its residents.
Read reviews and details of WEM Tower, HA9
Why live in Wembley?Wembley has done a lot in recent years to attract a new generation of house buyers and renters. The property market reflects this new energy, and Wembley is quickly becoming a backdrop of sleek, shiny modern apartment blocks set against bustling business and leisure quarters.
The whole area is smartening up rapidly, particularly when it comes to Wembley Park. This part of Wembley is a young professional’s paradise. There are ample high-end accommodation options and an impressive array of both independent and high-street restaurants and shops. Boxpark Wembley encapsulates this mood entirely. Since its opening in 2018, it has brought an incredibly diverse selection of street food traders and cultural events to those lucky enough to live here.
Then, of course, there is the entertainment and culture scene. Wembley Stadium itself is one of the country’s premier sporting locations. It offers sports lovers the chance to see football, rugby and NFL played at the highest level.
If music is more your thing, you can head to the legendary SSE Arena, which is an indoor stadium right next door. This is one of the best music venues in the UK, with an 80-year history of hosting musical greats from David Bowie and The Beatles to Rihanna and Justin Timberlake.
Transport in WembleyDespite being fairly far out west, Wembley is still well connected to the London public transport system. This is partially because fans need to get to and from the stadium quickly and easily. Accordingly, there are good rail, bus and London Underground links for Wembley residents, with a focus on the stadium and immediate area.
Both the Metropolitan Line and Jubilee Line run directly through to the stadium, and it’s only one stop from London Marylebone Station on Chiltern Railways services. Bus routes through Wembley are plentiful, and there are even direct National Express coach links available for event days.
Wembley property pricesOn average, buying property in Wembley will set you back about £485,000. That’s the current Wembley house price average estimate from Zoopla in January 2023. Note that there is a lot of variety in the market right now, as more new build developments come online with yet more in the pipeline.
Wembley is still undergoing extensive change, and its full potential as a residential hub hasn’t been tapped yet. This means that you can find a lot of new prospects from month to month, and prices are given to fluctuate as competition remains high.
So, keep checking back here for the best new build homes in the Wembley area.
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