New homes on sale in London this weekend in Aldgate, Sydenham Hill, Islington and Southwark

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Goodman’s Fields, Aldgate

From £915,000
A new show apartment has been unveiled on the edge of the City fitted out by Scott Brownrigg, the same firm that designed headquarters for Google and Thomson Reuters. The two bedroom, 900sqft apartment sits in Cassia House, a 22-storey tower housing 40 one and two bedroom apartments and penthouses, the last to go on sale at Berkeley Homes’ Goodman’s Fields scheme. These particular homes come with views over Chaucer Gardens, a new public park, and they’re expected to be finished in time for summer 2020. Call 020 3217 1000 or visit

Wells Park Place, Sydenham Hill

From £535,000
Family townhouses in a leafy part of south east London go on sale tomorrow (28 October). A new show home is being unveiled to showcase four storey, four bedroom townhouses close to sought-after independent schools such as Dulwich College and Alleyn’s School. For commuting professionals, there are also a number of one and two bedroom apartments – 46 homes in total – an eight minute walk from Sydenham Hill train station, with links into Victoria in 15mins. Sitting on an elevated part of London, many of the homes have views over the skyline and are expected to be completed this autumn. Call 0203 437 0472 or visit

Islington Square, Islington

From £4.5m
Own your very own private rooftop pool just off Islington’s fashionable Upper Street atop the Royal Mail’s former warehouses. Each of the penthouses come with a private pool as well as lawns and spa-style bathrooms. Spread across two buildings with designer bespoke kitchens, the penthouses are part of Sagar Group and Cain International’s Islington Square scheme, a £400m project that will build a total of 263 new homes across a 4.5 acre site. A huge Third Space family health club and the Odeon’s luxury cinema branch, The Lounge, are already committed tenants. Visit

Hamilton Drive, St John’s Wood

From £10.75m
A tree-lined gated scheme of luxury townhouses are officially on the open market after achieving initial, off-market sales worth £65m. Five out of 10 of the four and five bedroom houses, designed in a classical Georgian style, have already been sold, while two further properties are now available to view as show homes. Measuring up to 7,000sqft, these houses in a private boulevard off Hall Road and Hamilton Terrace will each come with ceiling heights of up to 3m, a 44ft garden, underground parking, a private gym and cinema and a concierge run by Harrods Estates. Visit or or

South Bank Tower, Southwark

From £2.45m
A new show home is finished in a skyscraper designed by the same architect as Tower 42. The 41-storey building used to be home to IPC Media on Stamford Street, but developer CIT has recently transformed it into a total of 193 new apartments situated just behind the Oxo Tower. Over 80 per cent of the properties have sold, but the 24th floor three bedroom show apartment, designed by private design firm 1508 London has just been opened up. Guests can expect spa-style health and fitness facilities, a private cinema and one of the largest roof gardens in the city. Call 0203 267 1048 or visit

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