New homes on sale in London: from restored Victorian terraces in Bayswater to new homes in up-and-coming Walthamstow

 
Melissa York
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Brackenbury Square in Hammersmith

Brackenbury Square, Hammersmith


From £550,000

Live the west London village life a short walk away from Goldhawk Road tube station at Brackenbury Square. The Notting Hill Sales development takes its name from nearby Brackenbury Village, which is in the Hammersmith Grove Conservation Area with all the boutiques and independent shops the village name engenders. There are one to three bedroom apartments on sale, most with private outdoor space, near popular schools such as Godolphin & Latymer and West London Free School.

Call 020 3137 9530, or visit brackenburysquare.co.uk


Evesham Court, Walthamstow


Two beds from £199,250 for 30 per cent share

One and two bedroom flats are available on a part-buy, part-rent basis via the Shared Ownership affordability scheme with housing association East Thames in up-and-coming Walthamstow in north east London. The new homes are a 10 minute walk from green space at the recently refurbished Lloyd Park, Waltham Forest College and the William Morris Gallery. They’re also a mile away from the London Underground at Walthamstow Central station, which has links to Oxford Circus via the Victoria Line.

Call 0300 303 7333 or visit visit east-thames.co.uk


Sawmill Studios, Hoxton

From £435,000

This four storey development on Parr Street is in the heart of Hackney and moments from Regent’s Canal. In total, there are 24 apartments centred around a private courtyard on Parr Street, ranging from studios to three bedrooms. Developer Landview Properties will launch them for sale on Monday 15 August and the homes are a 10min walk from Old Street on the Northern Line and National Rail , and a 15min walk from Hoxton Overground station.

Call Fraser & Co New Homes on 0207 723 1284 or email newhomes@fraser.uk.com


7-12 Leinster Square, Bayswater

Townhouses from £5.995m

This Grade II listed terrace of Victorian townhouses was built in 1857 and was the home of conservationist William Henry Hudson, who founded what is now the RSPB. It became a hotel but laid vacant before Alchemi Group, converted the lower floors into eleven townhouses and the upper floors into apartments. Period features have been restored and all the houses have balconies or terraces , excavated basements and glass conservatory extensions.

Call Carter Jonas on 020 7518 3240 or Hamptons International on 020 3369 4382.


Northway House, Barnet

From £490,000

First time buyers may want to consider living in Whetstone, as 21 apartments have gone on sale under the government’s Help to Buy scheme. The Redrow London development comprises 149 homes in total, with 2,300sqm of commercial and educational space. The apartments range from one to three bedrooms, and the Help to Buy homes are available in the Courtyard section and the Tower Apartments section, a refurbished 13-storey 1970s office block.

Call Redrow on 0203 538 2912 or visit northwayhouse.com

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