New homes on sale in London this weekend: from Old Street's industrial warehouses to family homes in Wimbledon Village

 
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City Wharf on City Road, a hotspot for new developments

City Wharf, Old Street


From £770,000

Ten two bed apartments have been released for sale in this completed development on City Road. It’s in the heart of Tech City, which has just received a £25m boost from central government. In total, there are 64 studios to three bedroom apartments in the scheme overlooking the 19th century Wenlock Basin, with industrial warehouse architecture to reflect the area’s history as a timber and transportation hub.

Call Fabrica on 020 3642 8973 or visit fabrica.co.uk



Gateway House, Aldgate

From £660,000

Nine apartments are on sale at this development by Countrywide on the City fringes. The main selling point of the two bedroom, two bathroom homes is its location in E1, which has seen huge investment ahead of the arrival of Crossrail at Whitechapel Station in 2018. It’s also a ten minute walk from Shadwell and Aldgate East. The area is also set to see £2.2m worth of new office space and 2,500 new homes.

Call Hamptons International on 020 3451 1544 or email newhomes@hamptons-int.com

Park SW20, Wimbledon

From £1.075m to £1.2m

An empty advertising board site has been turned into nine terraced family houses, which launch for sale today. Each one has a private patio and a roof terrace and access to a communal garden designed by TV personality Diarmuid Gavin. Developer Equitas Properties also built solar panels and an electric car charging bay and the Scandi-inspired interiors have been designed by local firm Two Sisters Home.

Call Watson Briggs on 020 7973 2020

Bow Grove, Bow

From £499,950

Four apartments remain at this development by Aitch/Mura Estates in between Bow Road and Grove Hill Park in east London. Join a community of around 100 apartments situated in a gated mews around a communal garden. Two and three bedroom homes are left on the market with lockable bike storage available and the government’s Help to Buy affordability scheme is also available at Bow Grove.

Register interest at bowgrove.com

St Clements, Bow

From £420,000

Eight homes remain at St Clements in east London. Situated in a four-floor apartment block called Scholars Court, it comprises four one bedroom and eight two bedroom apartments. Each has a private terrace or balcony and the homes are close to Mile End station and Bow Church on the DLR. Developer Linden Homes says they sit in a “golden triangle” between the City, Canary Wharf and Stratford City.

Call Linden Homes on 0844 488 3295

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