London New Homes Round-up – the Best New Builds in the Capital’s Property Market

Posted 9 December 2019 by Rebecca Burns

The WhatHouse? team looks at new build homes across London to suit a wide spectrum of requirements and budgets...

Prospective homeowners should prepare for the possibility of a sharp rise in house prices, according to some industry experts, and those in London should aim to move within the next 12 months.

After months upon months of price falls, there are finally renewed signs of life in the London housing market. The rising house prices across the city will be driven to some extend by the lack of supply of newly listed properties, according to reports – with the biggest increases in prime London locations such as Knightsbridge and Mayfair.

With some experts forecasting substantial price growth in London in the next five years, we’ve we’ve put together a brand new round-up of new homes in the capital for prospective buyers who are eager to buy now – before the predicted price-hike. The first is a Shared Ownership option which could suit first-time buyers who are struggling to save up a deposit large enough to buy a new house in its entirety, but who want to get a foot on the property ladder.

Able Quay Millharbour, Isle of Dogs, East London (Notting Hill Genesis)

Able Quay Millharbour (Notting Hill Genesis)This new residential development is situated in London's Millharbour on the Isle of Dogs, East London – ideal for buyers who want to enjoy a riverside setting.

The development offers a collection of one- and two-bedroom apartments inspired by their surroundings, combining contemporary living with generously-proportioned living spaces and stylish interiors.

Canary Wharf on the Jubilee Line is just five minutes' walk away, providing access to the O2 and central London in 17 minutes. South Quay on the Docklands Light Railway is three minutes away, connecting to the City in 13 minutes. It's one of eight DLR stations that run through the peninsula.

Prices: From £111,875 for a minimum 25% share (£447,500 market value) in a one-bedroom apartment.

Find out more at www.nhgsales.com or call 02036277040.


Eastman Village in Harrow, Greater London (Barratt London)

Eastman Village (Barratt Homes)This impressive residential development occupies the landmark site in the heart of Harrow that was home to the Kodak Factory for 125 years. Now being transformed into a new residential village, the site will provide up to 2,000 new homes alongside offices, restaurants, cafes and shops, all set around an extensive landscaped park.

Free car club membership is included for residents; Help to Buy is available, with deposits from as little as £16,500; and there is a residents' gym on-site, as well as extensive landscaped parkland and gardens to enjoy.

Situated about 10 miles north-west of Charing Cross, Eastman Village is in a regeneration hotspot – close to four "Outstanding" Ofsted-rated schools, and near Harrow & Wealdstone station, which is just a 15-minute journey away from Euston.

The first phase of the development will provide 460 one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom homes, with some homes ready to move into from late this year.

Prices: From £330,000 to £650,000.

Find out more about Eastman Village from Barratt London


Synergy in Charlton, London SE7 (Fairview New Homes)

Synergy (Fairview)Blending contemporary urban design with green landscaping, Synergy aims to deliver the perfect balance between city life and natural surroundings.

Close to home there are high street shops, bars, restaurants, supermarkets and, for families with children, a choice of "good" and "Outstanding" Ofsted-rated schools – as well as a whole host of leafy parks and open spaces.

There are great transport links in the area too, making it easy to get to a whole host of attractions and facilities including museums, galleries, sports venues, restaurants and entertainment. Both Westcombe Park Overground (Zone 3) and Charlton Overground (Zone 3) are around a 10-minute walk away, offering easy access to everything the City has to offer. You can be in Canary Wharf in 26 minutes and London Bridge in 27 minutes. By road, the South Circular is just a few minutes' drive away.

Prices: From £355,000.

Find out more about Fairview New Homes


Lion Wharf in Old Isleworth, Hounslow, West London, TW7 (Bellway Homes)

Lion Wharf (Bellway Homes)Offering a selection of one- to four-bedroom homes this development in Old Isleworth will appeal to a fairly wide range of budgets.

Situated within the riverside conservation area, Lion Wharf forms part of the redevelopment of this space, and the construction is designed to be in keeping with its historic surroundings. it is next to the River Thames, nestled in an attractive setting of courtyards and landscaped gardens. The shops on South Street are close by, and Isleworth Station is only a mile away, offering residents the convenience of having a good range of amenities close by. The historic house and gardens of Syon Park are only five minutes' walk away for leisure time, too.

Isleworth has a public library, a public leisure centre with swimming pool, a gymnasium, four recreation grounds, and a town hall. West Thames College, a further education college, is located in Isleworth, and there are numerous primary and secondary schools in the area. The local station offers a rail service between central London and Reading, usually at 15-minute intervals.

Prices: From £414,995 to £999,995.

Find out more about Bellway Homes


Ridgeway Views in Mill Hill, Greater London (Barratt London)

Ridgeway Views (Barratt Homes)Situated up on a hill overlooking the rolling green fields of Totteridge Valley, Ridgeway Views incorporates a selection of spacious two- and three-bedroom apartments as well as five-bedroom detached family houses.

The leafy, sought-after north London village of Mill Hill offers fast links to central London, while the development itself has a concierge service and an on-site gym for residents to enjoy. Set within 47 acres, and home to more than 4,000 trees, Ridgeway Views has plenty of green, open space. There is also a choice of primary and secondary schools nearby, all of which are rated either ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted.

Mill Hill is about nine miles north-west of Charing Cross. The modern centre of the suburb, Mill Hill Broadway, has a good range of shops, cafes and transport links.

Prices: From £575,000 to £2,100,000

Find out more about Ridgeway Views in Mill Hill from Barratt London


Prince Of Wales Drive in Battersea, SW11 (Berkeley Group / St William)

Prince Of Wales Drive (Berkeley Group / St William)With a new phase launching in January and six apartments still available within the Bowden House phase, this development is situated on the prestigious Prince of Wales Drive in Battersea, in Zone 1, with great views over Battersea Park and the Power Station.

Aimed at buyers with a generous budget, Prince of Wales Drive offers a new collection of contemporary one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments set within 2.5 acres of landscaped gardens. The apartments benefit from fantastic residents' facilities including a 17-metre swimming pool, sauna, steam room, eighth floor roof terrace, 24-hour concierge, and secure basement parking.

When it comes to commuting, Battersea Power Station tube station and Battersea Park overground station are both about five minutes' walk away. it's just six minutes' walk to Queenstown Road Battersea overground or Battersea Power Station Pier to catch the river bus, and it will be a short walk from the Northern line Zone 1 tube station which is due in 2021.

Prices: From £796,000 – £1,295,000.

Find out more at www.berkeleygroup.co.uk or call 02039443917.


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