Dolphin Bridge House Uxbridge
360° WATERSIDE LIVING
A brick-built former wharf building, Dolphin Bridge House is a striking collection of 41 apartments on a peninsula surrounded by the waterways of the Grand Union Canal and the River Colne. Connected by the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines in the affluent west London town of Uxbridge, this charming development offers stylish waterside living only 36 minutes from Central London.
From Dolphin Bridge House, Uxbridge Underground station (Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines) and the town centre are a 10-minute walk.
Dolphin Bridge House – Key Points
- Studios, 1-beds, 2-beds and 3-bed apartment
- Prices from £230,000
- Apartment size, Studio from – 334 sqft, 1 bed from – 388 sqft, 2 bed – from 587 sqft, 3 bed – from 942 sqft
- Private roof terraces
- 13,000 students in Uxbridge
- Video access screens in apartment hallways
- 999 leasehold ownership
- Completion- November 2019
- Reservation fee £5000
- 20% (minus reservation fee) on exchange of contracts.
- 80% On completion
Uxbridge is known for its canal side living and period houses, a legacy Dolphin Bridge House continues. Connected by the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines, Uxbridge is an appealing commuter town, the Underground station itself a celebrated Art Deco landmark.
Dolphin Bridge House lies on the western side of the town, the area favoured by families and young professionals for its network of waterways and former mill conversions, giving it a unique urban identity. In the last 10 years, the Intu Uxbridge shopping centre has added another mall to the town’s retail and transformed the town centre. It also hosts a nine screen Odeon cinema.
In 2016 Coca-Cola announced it was to make Uxbridge its European and British headquarters, a brand that has a long association with the town. A diverse range of industry occupies the town’s office space with other major HQs including Apple’s UK head office, Cadbury, Xerox, PWC, Mitsubishi, GSK, Hasbro, Cisco Systems, IBM, Fujitsu and Hertz. These commercial giants have led to a steady growth of incoming as well as outgoing commuters to London.