New Homes: What's on sale in London this weekend in Hackney, Southwark, Bermondsey, Mitcham and Clapham

 
Melissa York
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Kings Crescent, Hackney

From £98,750 for a 25 per cent share

First time buyers living or working in Hackney will be able to get a step on the ladder with Shared Ownership at Kings Crescent. Tomorrow will see 36 none to three bedroom apartments on sale, some refurbished some new, next to Clissold Park each with a balcony or terrace. Part of Hackney’s estate regeneration programme, the sales will fund new council homes for social rent and shared ownership across the borough.

Call Currell on 020 7704 5618 or visit currell.com

Valentine Place, Southwark

From £2.195m

Fans of period architecture and contemporary comfort will find both at this Crest Nicholson development that’s less than a ten minute walk from both Waterloo and Southwark tube stations. A former Maltina bakery and flour mill has been turned into five mews-style three bedroom houses. Set over three storeys, each floor has access to outside space and a separate study. The original facade has been kept and large warehouse-style windows are also attractive features. The new homes are ready to move into this spring.

Call 020 3437 1294 or visit crestnicholson.com

Bermondsey Works, Bermondsey

From £517,500

First time buyers will get a chance to live in a Bermondsey regeneration zone with access to one of the longest roof gardens in London. A collection of two and three bedroom apartments went on sale this week available on the government’s Help to Buy scheme, which requires a 5 per cent deposit and comes with a 40 per cent equity loan. Due to be finished in the summer, the 18 storey tower is accompanied by a six storey building of villas above a primary school and sixth form academy.

Call Telford Homes on 020 3538 3457

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​Millfields, Mitcham

Apartments from £310,000, houses from £415,000

This Redrow development in south west London is hoping to lure househunters away from Wimbledon and Clapham with the promise of more space for their money in Zone 4. These new homes are within walking distance of Mitcham Junction station, with links to Blackfriars and Victoria in under 25 minutes. This former peppermint and lavender distillery and parchment works is now a collection of two and three bedroom houses, three bedroom townhouses and a small collection of apartments.

Call 020 3811 3359 or visit millfields.london

Metropolitan Crescent, Clapham

From £1.4m

Two penthouses went on sale this week atop a gated development in Clapham’s leafy Conservation Area. Over half of the 36 apartments below have been sold already, but a show suite for the two most expensive homes, designed by interior designer to the stars Nicola Fontanella. The building, which dates back to the 11th century, is set in landscaped gardens with off-street parking. The penthouses come with front and rear rooftop terraces, wall- mounted Smart TVs and programmable mood-lighting.

Call Galliard Homes on 020 7620 1500

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