London New Homes Round-up

Posted 4 May 2020 by Rebecca Burns

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

With London's property market in lockdown along with the rest of the country, current buyer activity is restricted to virtual viewings, remote liaison, and the possibility of making reservations on properties.

When quarantine measures are eventually lifted, however, the London property market could well experience a mini-boom similar to that seen post-Brexit. The capital could see the release of pent-up demand as buyers purchase property they have been coveting during lockdown.

For prospective buyers who are spending time now researching London properties to view later, we have put together a selection of some exciting new developments, many of which have videos and virtual tours available online.

 

Discovery at Naseberry Court in Highams Park, Waltham Forest (Fairview New Homes)

Discovery at Naseberry CourtOn the doorstep of Waltham Forest, the studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom Discovery apartments at Naseberry Court are selling quickly. They have been designed to maximise natural light and are finished to a high standard with contemporary fixtures and fittings.

The local area has a village-like feel and is home to a selection of Ofsted-rated "Good" and "Oustanding" schools to cater for all age groups, as well as a college. There is a lively high street lined with shops, cafes, restaurants and other amenities to cater for everyday essentials, while there's also a Tesco superstore just five minutes' walk away. For leisure time, Highams Park, known locally as ‘The Lake’, is right on the doorstep, offering the ideal place to spend some time outdoors.

The location allows for easy access in and out of the City, with Highams Park Overground (Zone 4) less than a ten-minute walk away, and a journey time from there of 25 minutes into Central London (Liverpool Street Station). Getting around by car is just as straightforward, with the M11 about 15 minutes away by car.

Prices: From £274,000.

Find out more at www.fairview.co.uk or call 020 3925 6077.

 

No.10 Watkin Road, Wembley (Barratt London)

No.10 Watkin RoadBarratt London is part of the current WhatHouse? Housebuilder of the Year Barratt Developments. No.10 Watkin Road is a development of one-two- and three-bedroom apartments in Wembley, a part of north London which is undergoing major regeneration and the London Borough of Culture in 2020.

In all, Barratt London is building 229 homes here, each with its own private outdoor space. Additionally, there are five communal rooftop gardens, with children’s facilities making it an ideal choice for young families.

All properties under £600,000 qualify for the government-backed London Help to Buy shared equity scheme, which offers a loan of 40% of the purchase price, interest-free for the first five years.

Prices: From £429,000 to £575,000

Find out more about No.10 Watkin Road from Barratt London.

Take a video tour of No.10 Watkin Road

 

Quartet, Stamford Hill (Countryside)

QuartetQuartet is a development located next to Clapton Common, a large green area on the edge of Stamford Hill High Steet, which itself offers an excellent range of local amenities, including two supermarkets and the train station, which has direct links to London's Liverpool Street station in less than 20 minutes.

Stamford Hill station is a 10-minute walk from Quartet, and alternatively South Tottenham station is a 15-minute walk away with Victoria Line services. By road, the A10 runs through the area, providing road links to the north and south of London, including towards the A406 North Circular, and south towards central London and Tower Bridge. Buyers with children will find numerous schools in the area to cater for all ages.

Countryside have adapted their services during lockdown and can take prospective buyers on a virtual tour of their homes, book a remote reservation appointment, and organise a meeting via Skype, Facetime or Microsoft Teams.

Prices: From £490,000 to £790,000.

Find out more at www.countrysideproperties.com or call 020 3944 7129.

 

Islington Square, Islington (Galliard Homes)

Islington SquareAt this Edwardian-meets-21st-century development, exceptional Dakota studio suites plus one- to three-bedroom warehouse-style apartments, maisonettes and penthouses are available to buy off-plan.

Made up of three statement residential buildings and a brand new public realm offering 170,000 sq. ft. of quality retail, dining, lifestyle and leisure options, Islington Square is an impressive development. On-site amenities include a luxury health club, Third Space, and The Lounge cinema by Odeon. The principal building will be an internal conversion of an Edwardian masterpiece, retaining the original façade and external structure. Another hybrid building will see the Edwardian exterior structure preserved at ground level with the addition of new-build framing on the upper levels. The third building will be an entirely new, contemporary design.

This high-end development in Islington is just eight minutes' walk from Angel tube station, which is on the Bank branch of the Northern line (Zone 1). Tucked behind bustling Upper Street, Islington Square will create a new neighbourhood for this corner of London, incorporating its own bars, coffee shops and restaurants as well as independent and well-known retailers. Residents will also benefit from 24-hour concierge and CCTV security.

The local area offers plenty to do, too, from theatres and art galleries to parks and lively shopping areas.

Prices: From £725,000.

Find out more at www.galliardhomes.com or call 020 3874 0927.

 

Wyndham Studios, Camberwell (FABRICA)

Wyndham StudiosStudio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments will be coming soon to this thriving, creative part of South London, which is within easy reach of the City.

Featuring authentic brick facades and private rooftop terraces, the homes at Wyndham Studios have excellent City views and superb connectivity.

They are arranged beside an attractive central courtyard in up-and-coming Camberwell, amongst art galleries and other creative enterprises, independent shops and generous green, open spaces. The area is home to a good set of amenities, and the City is within easy striking distance by bike for those who like to cycle, as well as by rail and bus.

Prices: To be confirmed.

Find out more at www.fabrica.co.uk.

 

Wellington Quarter, Woolwich (Fraser & Co)

Wellington QuarterWellington Quarter is development with a collection of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments over 12 storeys of a contemporary-designed building. Each home includes a balcony or terrace. Residents will benefit from an excellent location within expanding regeneration area of Woolwich, and will be within a few minutes’ walk to Woolwich Arsenal station, which will be on the Elizabeth line. The properties have open-plan layouts, with fully fitted kitchens and integrated appliances and available to purchase on the London Help to Buy scheme.

Woolwich has many shops and amenities of its own and is well connected to numerous others, including the market and cultural sites of Greenwich itself and the eateries and leisure of the O2 and peninsula. There’s some great walking along the River Thames too.

Prices: From £399,000

Find out more about Wellington Quarter from Fraser & Co [https://www.whathouse.com/housebuilders/fraser-and-co/london-greenwich/wellington-quarter/]

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