New homes on sale in London this weekend: from an old police station in Maida Vale to the old Pathe Building in Soho

 
Melissa York
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Westbourne place, Maida Vale

From £550,000

A former local police station in Maida Vale, built in 1911 and designed by John Dixon Butler, is currently being converted into 25 apartments. Developer Redrow is retaining authentic architectural features, notably two original staircases, the Victorian brick facade, and the original “Police” sign at the entrance. The apartments, ranging from 550sqft to 1,325sqft, also keep period features such as high ceilings and original wooden bay windows and they’re close to Westbourne Park and Royal Oak London.

Visit westbourne-place.co.uk and 020 3811 3104.

Wapping Riverside, Wapping

From £1.3m

This Wapping Riverside development by Galliard Homes has transformed and modernised a beautiful Grade II listed Victorian tea and coffee warehouse, originally built in the 1830s, into 31 luxury apartments. A new show apartment by developer Argent Design coincides with the release of 10 remaining apartments. This 1,206sqft two-bed apartment has a nautical theme, complementing its Thameside location, containing bespoke technology, integrated appliances and a landscaped roof terrace.

Call 0203 7702 2136; visit galliardhomes.com

103-109 Wardour Street, Soho

From £1m

This new high-end residential development of the old Pathe Films office isin in the heart of Soho. Architects at Sheppard Robson have redesigned the building, converting it into 13 luxury apartments ranging from one-bed to three-beds, totalling 16,000sqft of space. The redesign preserves historic features from Pathe’s rich past, with modern additions such as a gym and two duplex penthouses. Work on the building is now finished and the apartments are ready to move into right away.

Visit legalandgeneralgroup.com

Charles Baker Place, Wandsworth

From £1.325m

Situated on Wiseton Road, next to Wandsworth Common, developer Chester Row is appealing to traditional domestic buyers with Charles Baker Place. It’s a collection of three five-bedroom contemporary houses with basement extensions and garden studios; three four-bedroom mews houses converted from a 19th century building; and three refurbished Victorian cottages. All the homes come with gardens or terraces with off-street parking. 

Call Knight Frank Wandsworth on 020 8682 7777; visit Charlesbakerplace.com.

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