New Homes: What's on sale in London this weekend in Haggerston, Hackbridge, Paddington, Barnet and Battersea

Melissa York
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The Overdraught, Haggerston

From £565,000
These nine new homes overlooking Regent’s Canal take their name from the Irish pub that used to exist on the site. Built by housing association L&Q, they consist of one and two bedroom flats, a duplex, triplex and a four bedroom townhouse with its own garage parking. The rest come with a private balcony or roof terrace and the homes are a seven minute walk to Haggerston station on the London Overground. Visit

New Mill Quarter, Hackbridge

From £263,995
A huge, 1m sqft former trading estate is being turned into an eco-suburb called Hackbridge Gardens. Situated in the London borough of Sutton, the first of 246 new homes will go on sale tomorrow, comprising apartments and family townhouses. David Wilson Homes is behind the first batch opposite Hackbridge station, which whisks commuters into Blackfriars in 29 minutes and Victoria in 26 minutes. Due to be finished next month, the roof gardens on some buildings will have great views of the River Wandle. Call 0844 777 0034 or visit

Parker House, Paddington

From £570,000
Beat prices rises by buying a home in Paddington before Crossrail starts running through the station in 2018. An open house event is being held tomorrow to hail the sale of 19 refurbished apartments developed by Belgravia-based Linton Group. Named after the original architect, the one and two bedroom homes are on Cuthbert Street and the largest measure up to 1,200qft with 3.4m ceiling heights. New residents will also get a 25 year Car Club subscription and bicycle storage thrown in. Visit

Totteridge Place, Barnet

From £399,950
Situated in the north London suburb of Whetstone, these new homes by Crest Nicholson are a six minute walk from Tottridge and Whetstone train station with a commute of 25 minutes to King’s Cross. In total, 124 new homes are on sale from tomorrow, including one to three bedroom apartments, alongside three and four bedroom houses. The government’s affordability scheme, Help to Buy, to available on some of the properties and all will have parking, private gardens and multiple terraces. Call 0203 437 1464 or visit

Prince of Wales Drive, Battersea

From £650,000
The second release of homes went on sale yesterday, many of them overlooking Battersea Power Station and Battersea Park. Developer St William is behind Regent’s House, 72 one to three bedroom apartments. The building takes inspiration from the 19th century gasholders that used to reside on the sight and each home comes with a covered terrace or balcony. A gym, nursery, offices and a grocery are also planned and it’ll be a three minute walk from the Northern Line extension when it arrives in 2020. Call 0203 053 6901 or visit

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