New developments on the market this week
Hampstead Manor, Hampstead
£1.75m (show apartment asking price)
A show apartment launched this week in a key heritage restoration project in north west London. Part of a larger scheme that also includes new builds, this two bedroom home is in a converted building called Dudin Brown, which dates back to 1905, where five two bedroom flats and one three bedroom flat is on sale. Dressed by Hatch Interiors, it features original bay and sash windows, a private terrace and two walk-in wardrobes.
Email Mount Anvil on email@example.com or visit hampsteadmanor.com
The Printworks, Crouch End
Every purchaser who completes on one of these converted properties by Christmas gets their legal fees paid and a Fortnum & Mason hamper to move in with. Unique Property Group is advertising the offer for these six two bedroom flats and three three bedroom ‘mews’-style houses (from £1.1m) set in a former 19th century printworks that was used right up to the mid-20th century. They’re a 10 minute walk from Hornsey National Rail station and a three year membership to Zipcar car club is also included.
Visit u-p-g.co.uk to see availability
Red Lion Court, Wapping
Live in a Victorian warehouse conversion with Help to Buy available. This former 19th century grain store is on Rearden Path, just off Wapping High Street, overlooking Wapping Rose Garden. It’s also a four minute walk from Wapping station on the Overground and DLR. Now, the building is home to 22 one and two bedroom apartments, with many original, restored elements, including the Victorian facade, brickwork, concrete ceilings, cast iron radiators and period ironmongery and timber flooring throughout.
Call Knight Frank on 020 7718 5202
No. 1 Palace Court, Kensington
These restored homes are on sale in North Kensington a short walk from Hyde Park. Equidistant from Notting Hill Gate and Queensway Underground stations, there are six two and thre bedroom flats in a converted period building on the market on the edge of Kensington Palace Gardens, the most expensive address in the UK. These homes have been dressed with interiors by Giacomo Rossetti, with marble bespoke Italian kitchens and bathrooms, period fixtures and timber flooring.
Call Knight Frank on 020 7861 5468
From £162,750 for 35 per cent share
New homes are available to part-buy, part-rent, with the opportunity to scale up to full ownership in the north London suburb of Arkley. Housing association Notting Hill Genesis is offering 10 two bedroom apartments on the Shared Ownership scheme from tomorrow, to purchase off-plan with a parking space and balcony included. They are a mile away from Barnet High Street, a 15 minute drive away from Brent Cross Shopping Centre, and two miles away from High Barnet Underground station on the Northern Line.
Call 033 3000 4000 or visit nhgsales.com