New homes on sale in London: from riverside homes in Woolwich to an old furniture factory in Hackney

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A CGI of the Royal Arsenal Riverside homes once they're finished

Royal Arsenal Riverside, Woolwich

From £422,500

The first homes with a view of the river are on sale at Berkeley Homes’ new scheme. The 20-storey building also overlook a new four-acre Waterside Park that connects Woolwich Town centre to the river path. In total, there are 266 studio to three bedroom flats on sale at Waterfront III, which marks the halfway point in construction. Buyers will be connected to central London via Woolwich station and an on-site Elizabeth line (Crossrail) station. Visit the marketing suite at No.2 Duke Wellington Avenue for a tour of the site.


Carpenters Wharf, Hackney Wick

From £415,000

Live among the artistic community and houseboats of Fish Island at Carpenters Wharf, a scheme of new homes in a converted warehouse. The site used to belong to a furniture makers until The Anderson Group bought it out and turned it into 35 one to three bedroom apartments, which go on sale tomorrow. Many original industrial features have been kept so the architecture is in keeping with the area, including original brickwork and timber cladding and residents will be able to enjoy a communal rooftop garden that overlooks the waterways of east London and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

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Blackfriars Circus, Southwark

From £595,000

New homes next to Southwark Underground station are on sale overlooking St George’s Circus. It’s been opened up to the public for the first time in decades and turned into a tree-lined ‘boulevard’ by developer Barratt London. In the latest phase, Delphini, there are 57 studio to three bedroom apartments on what used to be the Royal Circus then Surrey Theatre. Stirling Prize-winning architect Maccreanor Lavington has designed five buildings – ranging from five storeys to 26 – to house over 300 homes.


55VS, Victoria

From £1m

Previously downplayed as a residential location, Victoria is undergoing a £4bn regeneration, including a £700m overhaul of the London Underground and National Rail station by 2018. This development by Alchemi Group is a collection of 57 one to four bedroom ‘loft-style’ flats and penthouses, some as big as 3,100sqft, with nearly 3 meter high ceilings south-facing views of Battersea Power Station and Southwark Cathedral. A communal courtyard garden and eighth floor ‘sky garden’ are also planned.


Waterloo Wharf, Uxbridge

From £219,995

Waterside homes on the outskirts of west London go on sale on October 14. Howarth Homes has built studio to three bedroom apartments on the banks of the Grand Union Canal next to a historic boatyard. With transport links into Baker Street in 36 minutes via the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines, house prices have increased by 52 per cent in the area in the last five years. The apartments, due to be finished in three years, are being sold off-plan at Sheraton Skyline Hotel Heathrow from 3pm.


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