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Boundary Place, Edgware

Boundary Place sets a new standard for a stylish lifestyle and is within easy reach of some of the capital’s best entertainment, shopping and leisure facilities. The homes of Boundary Place are high on style and low on maintenance, combining comfort with convenience, elegance with desirability.

Among their other features, the apartments offer lift access to all floors. 

This enviable location marks the boundary between gorgeous green belt countryside and the buzzing urban metropolis and is close to where the London postcodes give way to home county of Middlesex. And possibly best of all, Boundary Place has superb transport links to the city centre both by road and underground.

About Edgware, Middlesex

Edgware was just a small hamlet in medieval times and was formed due to its convenience as a resting place for pilgrims travelling between St Albans and the City of London. Travellers passing through Edgware on horseback or in coaches were required to pay a toll and this undoubtedly contributed to the area’s early prosperity. This highway, the Edgware Road, was the first Roman road to be built in England and it stretches for 260 miles between Marble Arch and Holyhead in Wales.

Edgware’s location is as important now as it was then, since the A5 follows the path of the Roman Road and runs as straight as an arrow into London’s West End. These days, the town rubs shoulders with some affluent neighbours with Stanmore, Barnet, Borehamwood, Mill Hill, Elstree and Bushey all within easy reach and providing varied opportunities for days out, shopping and entertainment.

A parade of local shops provides for your immediate needs or head to Edgware’s Broadwalk Centre for a greater choice of stores. Brent Cross is less than 5 miles away and is one of London’s prime shopping centres with John Lewis, Fenwick and M&S heading an impressive list of stores and an excellent selection of cafes and restaurants.

The West End is the obvious choice for evening or weekend entertainment, but Wembley is just four short stops away on the tube, less than 5 miles south of Boundary Place so makes an ideal alternative with world-class sporting events at the stadium and headline concerts or live acts at Wembley Arena.

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