Help to Buy London homes - what's for sale under the government-backed scheme?

Posted 24 May 2016 by Helen Christie

London property prices are still rising but there are some great new homes available and made even more affordable through Help to Buy across the capital…

We’ve put together a selection of properties which can be bought through Help to Buy schemes such as Help to Buy: Equity Share and Shared Ownership. It means these new houses are affordable as well as being highly desirable. 

Abbey House in Bermondsey (Notting Hill Housing)

Abbey House (Notting Hill Housing)One-, two- and three-bedroom apartments are available to buy in this new housing development in Bermondsey, considered to be one of London's most fashionable areas. Each apartment has access to its own private balcony or gardens. The new housing development is situated close to many of London's major landmarks such as Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Tate Modern and Tower Bridge. With Shared Ownership, you are able to have a mortgage here for as little as 25% of the property value. You'll then have an affordable rent in place for the remaining percentage until you're ready to buy the rest of the property. It makes the dream of owning a spectacular new house in the heart of London a reality. 

Prices from £450,000

Find out more about Abbey House from Notting Hill Housing

Enderby Wharf in Greenwich (Barratt London)

Enderby Wharf has private parking plus balcony or terrace with west-facing views. It's a stunning new housing complex with no less than 200 metres of river frontage. It comprises 770 studios, one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom apartments as well as penthouses. This stylish, modern apartment building is in the heart of Greenwich, an area steeped in London's maritime history. It's this combination of old and new added to the assistance you get with Help to Buy London that makes these apartments such an exciting opportunity for London new house buyers.

Prices start from £680,000

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Bowles Square, Enfield (Notting Hill Housing)

Built to a very high quality, Bowles Square offers a diverse mix of maisonettes, apartments and family homes. Situated in a residential area of Enfield, the new houses on offer here are available through Shared Ownership. This is courtesy of the Enfield Affordable Housing initiative and means there is a high demand for these properties that are available for an exceptional value price. 

Prices start from £130,000

Find out more about Bowles Square from Notting Hill Housing

Cheviot Gardens in West Norwood (Notting Hill Housing)

Cheviot Gardens (Notting Hill Housing)​Just a short walk from West Norwood station, these one- and two-bedroom apartments are available to buy through the Older Person's Shared Ownership scheme. The self-contained, single level apartments comprise an open plan kitchen and living room. A modern extra care facility borders the new houses where you can subscribe to care packages. Exclusively for people over 55, each resident has access to peaceful gardens, a communal lounge and a café. 

Prices start from £367,500

Find out more about Cheviot Gardens from Notting Hill Housing

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