New Homes: What's on sale in London this weekend in Nine Elms, Battersea, Cricklewood, Deptford and Hampstead

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Embassy Gardens, Nine Elms

From £705,000

Buyers came away with a bunch of flowers when they visited the floral-themed launch of the Nature Range at Embassy Gardens this week. All of the 35 studio to two bedroom apartments enjoy views across garden squares, a ravine filled with wildflowers, and a green walkway between Vauxhall and Battersea Park. Situated a 10min walk away from Vauxhall station, two new Northern line stations are also set to open at Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station nearby. In total, there will be nearly 2,000 new homes at this EcoWorld Ballymore project.

Call 020 7062 8940 or visit

12-18 Radstock Street, Battersea

From £3.6m

Live above an aboriginal art gallery in the heart of Battersea’s Creative District. Developer Banda Property has just unleashed eight apartments on to the market on top of JGM gallery, and next to Vivienne Westwood’s Studios and the Royal College of Art. Each of the homes, which range from 2,000sqft to 4,000sqft, have space for three bedrooms. The two low rise buildings have been designed by minimalist firm Claridge Architects and the penthouse has been furnished with natural, sustainable materials by Sophie Ashby.

Call 020 7937 9600 or visit

Fellows Square, Cricklewood

From £300,000

It’s all change up in this part of north west London. Sitting on the border of Brent Cross and Cricklewood, 230 one to three bed apartments will be released this month a short walk from West Hampstead village, a new Thameslink station and Gladstone Park. Cricklewood High Street has also had a spruce as part of a £4.6bn revamp that will see a new town centre in Barnet, 7,500 new homes, four new parks, new transport infrastructure and double the size of Brent Cross Shopping Centre.

Call 020 3451 1544 or visit

Deptford Foundry, Deptford

From £385,000

This former trading estate, which was previously home to a metal foundry, is now a collection of 25 new homes in south east London. Sitting on Arklow Road, Molten Court has a brick and metal facade and a corten steel water feature in its grounds as a nod to its industrial past. The one to three bedroom apartments and offices are close to Deptford and New Cross stations with links into Cannon Street and Greenwich. Six of them are adapted or adaptable for wheelchair users and they should all be finished in early 2019.

Call 020 7526 9229 or visit

Hampstead Manor, Hampstead

From £755,000

You can choose your own interiors package at Willoughby, the latest collection of homes to go on sale as part of Mount Anvil’s huge scheme in north London. The one and two bedroom apartments come with exotically-named “White Desert” and “Black Mountain” options, and have stone and brasswork facades inspired by the Arts and Crafts style of the area. The scheme is a mix of new and restored Grade II Listed buildings centred around a manor house called Kidderpore Hall.

Call 020 3582 5461 or visit

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