London’s hottest residential apartments on the market
28 September 2012 1:36am
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES situated in the most central locations of London are being snapped up. With more and more people looking to move to the heart of the capital, a hoard of new exciting developments have emerged to fulfil this need. We look at the best new residential developments to recently come on the market.
Roman House, City of London
The financial sphere has a new elite residential development that will no doubt engage the interest of many city workers. This comes in the shape of Roman House, a boutique development of 90 apartments that sit within walking distance of London’s stock exchange. These apartments also overlook the most complete section of the old Roman wall. Prices start at £499,995.
Contact Berkeley Homes on berkeleygroup.co.uk or 020 7920 9920
London Square, Leonard Street
These new cutting-edge apartments, located on Leonard Street, are EC2’s vibrant new address. This is crowned with three beautiful penthouses, designed by internationally acclaimed architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris. Overlooking a private courtyard with projecting balconies, these apartments have great views over the city. Launched on the 27 September, visitors will be able to view a show apartment just off Great Eastern Street. Prices start at £565,000.
Contact Marion Hardman or Lucy Ball on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0870 626 9011
De Beauvoir Wharves, Kingsland
This is the third phase of homes at Kingsland Wharves. This luxury canal side development boasts of waterfront scenery and views over the Kingsland Basin. All homes have their own private balconies or terraces and come with a spacious open-plan living layout. Landscaped walkways along the riverbank and wetland eco areas nearby provide a natural oasis in the city. Prices start at £295,000.
Contact Kingsland Wharves on kingslandwharves.co.uk or 0844 406 9299
The Loxfords, Highbury Park
This three-acre site has been developed into a range of lovely new homes. The scheme mixes 18 luxury new-build town houses and 125 apartments, all located within mature landscaped grounds. The beautiful Victorian building Loxford house is part of this new development and contains a range of apartments. Launched on the 20 September, this is fresh to the market. Prices start at £395,000.
Contact Mount Anvil on mountanvil.com or 020 7776 1800
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