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Latest Phase Released At Finsbury Park Development

Posted 24 September 2021 by Keith Osborne

There's a new collection of apartments for sale at Berkeley Homes' landmark Woodberry Down regeneration...

Berkeley has launched an exclusive collection of two-bedroom homes at the Darter Apartments, part of its landmark regeneration scheme, Woodberry Down, in Finsbury Park.

Buyers will benefit from the additional space and flexibility a second bedroom offers – whether used as a bedroom or a separate study space for homeworkers – and excellent proximity to the great outdoors; each home in this collection features a private balcony or terrace and residents can also enjoy the development’s stunning natural landscapes including 42 acres of open water and 15 acres of parkland.

Brian McKenzie, operations director, Berkeley Homes (North East London) Ltd, commented: “The Darter Apartments mark another exciting milestone for the ongoing regeneration of Woodberry Down. In the wake of multiple lockdowns, purchasers of apartments in the capital continue to prioritise additional space in the home and the all-important access to the outdoors. Views over the landscaped parklands at Woodberry Down are a real selling point for these homes especially. We anticipate this collection of two-bedroom homes to be extremely popular with buyers.”

Inside, the apartments are designed with an open-plan kitchen, dining and living room layout which provides plenty of room in which to live, work, relax and entertain. Light floods in through full-height windows which, together with the balcony or terrace, maximises enjoyment of the lovely green surroundings. The main bedrooms benefit from en suite shower rooms and fitted wardrobes. Buyers will also be able to choose from three interior colour schemes if they purchase their new home off-plan (subject to cut-off dates).

Darter ApartmentsBuyers can also enjoy the convenience and security of a concierge service as well as a residents’ lounge. Cycle storage is provided on the ground floor of the building.

Located in the heart of the development, the Darter Apartments offer views over two acres of wonderful natural surroundings including a new park, and groves of trees and lawns. The homes are situated close to Woodberry Down’s two reservoirs – vast expanses of tranquil open water. The West Reservoir is open all-year round for outdoor swimming and has a range of activities available including sailing, canoeing and kayaking. The Woodberry Wetlands – which received a visit from Prince William last year for ITV’s ‘A Planet For Us All’ programme – is a thriving hub for wildlife, including the darter dragonfly after which the new collection of homes is named.

The apartments are just a short walk away from local amenities for easy day-to-day living including cafés, restaurants, gyms and organic food store. Woodberry Down is a seven-minute walk from Manor House underground station, which is in Zone 2 on the Piccadilly Line, providing access to King’s Cross in eight minutes, Green Park in 15 minutes, Bank in 22 minutes and Knightsbridge in 23 minutes.

Prices for a two-bedroom apartment at the Darter Apartments start at £647,500. Find out more about Woodberry Down from Berkeley.


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