New homes round-up: London
The city’s hottest new homes
Georgian façades hide TARDIS-like homes in these five-storey townhouses. They boast four/five bedrooms, a Beckermann kitchen/breakfast room, four formal reception rooms and a lower-ground leisure area, complete with gym, cinema den and covered courtyard. Outside, there’s a walled garden and access to the Thames towpath.
A scheme of 15 apartments in a five-storey block just a short walk from Maida Vale’s shops, bars and restaurants. One-bedroom apartments feature oak flooring, white gloss kitchens and energy-saving lighting.
The community-focused conversion of this 1960s edifice will create 263 one- and two-bedroom apartments, a ground floor co-working space, meeting room, communal rooftop garden and private dining area. Apartments will feature floor-to-ceiling windows, specialist ceramics and oak flooring. Help to Buy available.
There’s still time to snap up one of the remaining two-, three- or four-bedroom apartments in this development just minutes from the Thames. As well as apartments and townhouses, each with their own private garden, the six neighbourhoods will include green spaces, shops, bars and cafes.
Located in the south-east suburb that’s just 15 minutes from London Bridge, The Tribeca is the area’s largest development, with 18 one-, two- and three-bedroom flats and four three-bedroom houses. Help to Buy available.
Phase 2 of this gated development in the heart of Kentish Town has recently been released, comprising eight townhouses complete with Miele kitchens, Villeroy & Boch bathrooms, oak-veneered doors, timber floors and glass-balustrade stairs.