Buyers race to snap up apartments at Pulse

« Back to News & Events | 03 March 2014 | Local Events


Apartments at Fairview’s Pulse development in Colindale are being snapped up by eager buyers as soon as they are put on the market.

Fairview New Homes has enjoyed a busy start to 2014 and Pulse is maintaining its place among the capital’s fastest-selling developments.

Fairview has been accepting earlybird reservations on one, two and three-bedroom apartments to satisfy demand from buyers.

Fairview Sales Director Steven Allenby said: “People have recognised that living at Pulse offers the best of both worlds – with Colindale tube station next door they can be in the city in less than half an hour and still enjoy Colindale’s more laidback lifestyle.

“Help to Buy has brought home ownership within reach for a new generation. People know how quickly the market is moving so they are coming to us with everything in place so they are ready to act.”

With Help to Buy you can purchase a new home with a 5% deposit and 75% mortgage. The remaining 20% is provided as an equity loan from the government which is interest-free for five years.

Pulse is built around a central piazza which will be home to restaurants, cafés and shops. The development is set in 13 acres and includes the former Colindale Hospital, a listed building that was transformed into a luxury development of apartments as part of an earlier phase of development.

One-bedroom apartments currently start at £250,000. Two-bedroom apartments with en-suite start at £330,000 and three-bedroom apartments with two bathrooms and a balcony are coming soon priced from £365,000.

Pulse is open daily from 10am to 5pm. Call in to find out more, see or call 0800 883 8110.