The Development comprises;
Studio apartments from £265,000
One-bedroom apartments from £315,000
Two-bedroom apartments from £440,000
IconBlu has been created for the urban city dweller whose time is at a premium and who demands a home of quality, comfort and convenience. There is a dedicated porter/concierge, CCTV with 24-hour security, communal gardens and, unusually for a London development, a secure underground parking space for each apartment.
Residents will also have exclusive use of an on-site indoor gym with a range of cardio-vascular equipment that includes spinning cycles, treadmills and rowing machines.
The travel connections are superb with the A4 on your doorstep, Syon Lane Station just a 6-minute walk away and Piccadilly line services available from nearby Boston Manor.
The smart new apartments at IconBlu have been designed to last a lifetime. Designer kitchens and lustrous bathroom suites have been selected for their elegance as well as their durability. A fantastic range of efficient integrated Smeg appliances is included, floors are oak engineered and bathrooms fully tiled.
Our interior designers have ensured that the finishes are flawless and the colours complementary, that space and light have been maximised and that the overall ambience is one of harmony.
IconBlu will provide enduring homes of quality and comfort to satisfy their owners' needs now and into the future.
At IconBlu, the travel connections are superb with the A4 on your doorstep, Syon Lane Station just a 6-minute walk away and Piccadilly line services available from nearby Boston Manor.
The wide green expanse of Syon Park begins 600m due south of IconBlu with 200 acres of parklands and the stunning Syon House as its centrepiece. The Syon Estate is home to two
distinguished restaurants, the rooftop Syon Lounge and Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, Bar and Grill.
Brentford itself is host to the prestigious Watermans Art Centre which has long attracted independent cinema and theatre-goers to its varied entertainment programme. The town's Championship football team has an ardent fan base and will soon be moving from Griffin Park to the new Brentford Community Stadium in Lionel Road.
IconBlu lies within a three-mile radius of many of the upmarket west London districts that border the Thames. From Chiswick to Richmond and Kew to Old Isleworth there are classy restaurants, chic bars and traditional pubs, many of which overlook the riverside. The historic family-run Fullers Brewery in Chiswick has long provided ales to many of the watering holes throughout this region.
Old Isleworth is one of London's traditional 'villages' and its back streets are home to a surprising range of restaurants and pubs. Kew has a good share of dining treasures including the opulent 18th century Orangery and the refined, Michelin starred Glasshouse.