New homes on sale in London this weekend: from the biggest development in Chelsea for a century to the regeneration of Catford

 
Melissa York
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A CGI of the completed towers of Chelsea Waterfront


Chelsea Waterfront

From £1.55m

Overseas buyers are showing a strong interest in new homes at Chelsea Waterfront following the EU Referendum result, according to its developer Hutchinson Property Group. The first phase of the redevelopment of the former Lots Road Power Station has sold out, and 17 out of 28 units remain in the second phase which will be finished this year. In total, 434 apartments are being built by the riverside, comprising 10 buildings including two towers on either side of Chelsea Creek. The power station itself will remain and the ground floor will be home to a new shopping mall. All apartments come with a concierge service, private outdoor space and underground parking.

Call 020 7352 8852


The lounge in the show apartment at Bentley Place

Bentley Place, Hammersmith

From £599,995

One, two and three bedroom apartments are being built in the Brook Green Conservation area near Hammersmith Broadway by developer Bellway Homes. Marketed at young couples and families, a number of the one bedroom apartments can also be bought using a government Help to Buy loan. Buyers with more capital to play with can opt for apartments with a private terrace or purchase underground parking, all within walking distance of Hammersmith Underground station.

Call 0333 202 5173 or visit bellway.co.uk


A CGI of home at Renaissance

Renaissance, Hadley Wood

From £1.8m

Renaissance, a collection of eight three bedroom apartments, is hoping to lure Londoners out to Hadley Wood. They’ve been designed by Hertfordshire-based developer Heronslea Group to boast a number of security features, such as an electronic gated entrance, and the Piccadilly Line is a ten minute walk away at Cockfosters Underground Station and nearby Hadley Wood Overground station travels into Moorgate in 35mins. Locally, it’s close to Hadley Wood Village, golf club, tennis club and the 800-acre Trent Park.

Call 0203 327 0298 or visit heronsleagroup.co.uk.


Show apartment at London Square Streatham Hill

London Square, Streatham Hill

From £345,000

Apartments have just gone on sale at the old Gaumont Place cinema, a landmark in SW2 with its Art Deco frontage. In total,there will be 213 red brick studio to three bedroom homes, a community theatre space and retail including a 10,000sqft Marks & Spencer. Centred around a courtyard, there’s also parking, cycle spaces, a concierge and a residents’ gym. Streatham Hill station is only 50 metres away, with links to Victoria, and Thameslink trains from Streatham station run to Blackfriars and London Bridge.

Call 0333 666 2131 or visit londonsquare.co.uk


CGI picnickers enjoying Catford Green

Catford green, Catford

From £338,000

Help to Buy homes are also being released in Zone Three on Saturday. The new Barratt London project is flanked by two train stations – Catford Bridge and Catford – and sits in landscaped grounds that open onto 54 acres of parkland at Ladywell Fields. A regeneration project will see a new bridge, a redeveloped shopping centre and a newly-pedestrianised Broadway built in the next few years. In total, there will be 415 one, two and three bedroom apartments spread across 12 buildings.

Call 0844 225 0032 or visit barrattlondon.com

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