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Times Square, Welwyn Garden City


Times Square is a unique building, echoing stylish art-deco sensibilities from 1930’s New York. The building has an iconic atrium, which provides a comfortable public meeting area with a concierge service. The building has been renovated over the last year for residential use and is conveniently located a mere 10 minute walk from the town centre.

These attractive homes have been developed for Metropolitan by Chase New Homes and offer high quality fittings and fixtures to suit modern lifestyles.

Welwyn Garden City is a town designed for healthy living, offering a striking balance between a full social life comprising a town bursting with shops, nightlife and sporting facilities, with the tranquillity of lush green countryside that surrounds it.

Welwyn Garden City is blessed with an abundance of travel routes and links, including a robust bus service. The nearest railway station is Welwyn Garden City station in the town centre. Trains are running every 20 minutes Monday to Friday. Trains run South to London Moorgate and north to Hitchin and Stevenage. Welwyn Garden City also enjoys trains every 30 minutes south to London King’s Cross, and north to Cambridge and Peterborough. You can also enjoy the regular weekend service.

Welwyn Garden City is well-served by major arterial road routes, namely the A1(M) and the A414. The Great North Road also passes around it next to the A1(M). In addition, there are other links to St. Albans, Harpenden and Luton (via B653). Hatfield (via A1000 and A1001) and Hertford (via B1000).

*Reservations made no earlier than 1.10. 2018. Purchase must be completed before 20.12.2018. Incentive applies to plots in Empire and Liberty houses only. Terms and conditions apply.

Images are computer generated. Please check final specifications and prices with your Sales Officer. Terms and conditions apply. Homes subject to availability and affordability.

  • 20 minute train ride to Finsbury Park
  • Allocated parking
  • On - site concierge
  • Kitchens fitted with washer-dryer, oven, hob and extractor hood
  • Bathrooms fitted with modern white suites, baths and a shaving point
  • Ceramic tiles in bathroom and en-suite
  • Fully carpeted living rooms and bedrooms

Properties Available

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Liberty House 166 2 Flat £330,000 £115,500 35%
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Empire House 66 2 Flat £312,500 £109,375 35%
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Empire House 61 2 Flat £307,500 £107,625 35%
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Empire House 76 2 Flat £335,000 £117,250 35%
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Dakota house 262 1 Flat £255,00 £89,250 350%
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Empire House 69 2 Flat £320,000 £112,000 35%
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Empire House 77 2 Flat £335,000 £117,250 35%
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Liberty House 73 2 Flat £330,000 £115,500 35%
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Liberty House 74 2 Flat £330,000 £115,500 35%
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Liberty House 88 2 Flat £325,000 £113,750 35%
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Liberty House 89 2 Flat £325,000 £113,750 35%
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In Welwyn Garden City, you can shop to your heart’s content at the best the UK has to offer including; John Lewis, Debenhams, Marks and Spencer, Waitrose, H&M to name but a few. At the end of a busy day shopping you can always relax at one of the towns’ many quaint coffee shops, bistro’s or gastropubs.

A little further afield you can enjoy the culinary delights of Auberge du Lac at Brocket Hall. If Welwyn Garden City was the world’s end, you’d be safe in the knowledge that all your shopping, eating and drinking requirements are amply catered for.

The town boasts a rich cultural heritage with an arts centre and concert club, which promotes chamber music recitals and a male voice choir. Welwyn Garden City’s Music Society gave its first concert in 1921 and have proceeded to perform a regular concert season ever since. If you’re in the mood for something a bit more lively, pop into Roller City where you and your friends can roller skate to the best of the 70’s and 80’s grooves. Roller City also boasts; a cinema with all the latest releases, art classes, Zumba classes, pilates and line dancing classes. If you have a young family, Soft City is the ideal location to take the children for a day out, packed with fun activities including messy play, children’s magician shows and a Sunday brunch special.

Welwyn Garden City is well regarded for its high standard of schools, with Applecroft and Templewood primaries rated ‘outstanding’ and Monk’s Walk secondary rated ‘good’ by Ofsted.

For sports and leisure facilities, the town boasts The Gosling Sports Centre which houses a dry ski slope, golf driving range, indoor and outdoor tennis, squash, football pitches, an athletics track, velodrome, a gym and bowls.

The local Welwyn Garden City football team founded in 1921, are known as the Citizens and are based in Herns Lane. The King George V playing field, on the boundary of the old Hatfield Hyde village, was once used by the England football team for training.




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