Straight to the heart – the last new apartments on sale at Wandsworth scheme
The borough of Wandsworth in certainly not lagging behind some of its south London neighbours when it comes to regeneration, and sitting in the heart of it all is L&Q’s popular The Schoolyard apartment scheme, now close to the end of sales with only a few properties remaining on the market.
Just 14 homes are for sale at this SW18 development by the WhatHouse? Housing Association of the Year 2015, over two blocks of six on the entire scheme which are separated by landscaped communal areas for the use of residents only.
Currently, at Francis House, the last two-bedroom homes start from £595,000, with the three-bedroom homes starting from £710,000. Prices for the last few apartments at Oxborough House start from £570,000.
All the homes in the low-rise blocks at The Schoolyard have been designed to be light-filled and contemporary, matching their modern exterior with an impressive interior specification. Features include bespoke Symphony kitchens fitted with integrated Zanussi and Electrolux appliances, built-in wardrobes to the master bedrooms, designer sanitaryware to bathrooms an en suites and the luxury of underfloor heating.
All properties also have a balcony, terrace or patio, offering private space to every resident, as well as the landscaped gardens where neighbours can meet and enjoy the outdoors.
Cathy Lloyd, sales and marketing director at L&Q, says of this last chance to buy at The Schoolyard: “This is a fantastic opportunity for people to own a brand new home in a dynamic London location. With only a handful of two- and three-bedroom properties now remaining, the site has already become a thriving new community, ready for the last few residents to move in immediately.
“Buyers are delighted to be so close to exceptional local amenities, not to mention those who want to take advantage of paying the lowest council tax in the UK!”
The Schoolyard is only minutes from Wandsworth Town railway station and within easy reach of numerous bus routes to local areas and across the city. The River Thames is also an easy walk away, as are Wandsworth Common and Clapham Common, a boon for those who love London’s plentiful open spaces.
Wandsworth has found fans from a range of backgrounds, from its established older residents to new young professionals and families. A wide range of shops and leisure facilities, together with good schools and many useful local amenities, means almost nothing is very far from the front door. Once home to Young’s brewery, Wandsworth is also blessed with an array of excellent pubs.
It’s only a few minutes into Waterloo and from there into the West End for world-class dining and entertainment, as well as convenient Tube links into The City and Docklands.
The show home is open from Monday to Thursday, from 10.00am to 5.00pm.
Find out more at www.theschoolyardsw18.com ; 0333 003 3710