New developments on the market this week
Woodberry Down, Hackney
Nature lovers can live next to a thriving reservoir on the edge of a new five acre public park in north London. A two bedroom show apartment is now open to show off new homes at Hartingtons, the latest phase of Berkeley Group’s new project close to Finsbury Park. As well as the reservoir, it’s also home to Woodberry Wetlands, which was opened by Sir David Attenborough last year. First completions are expected in the summer of 2020 and commuters will be able to get to Bank in 22mins from Manor House tube station, which is a two minute walk away.
Call 0208 985 9918 or visit woodberry-down.co.uk
Asian food lovers will love these new homes built next to over 33 Asian eateries. Part of a £150 regeneration scheme by U+I, 183 one to four bedroom apartments, and three and four bedroom townhouses go on sale this Saturday (11 November) next to Bang Bang Oriental Food Hall, an enormous 450-seat foodie destination. Situated on Edgware Road, the homes are a 10min walk from Colindale station on the Northern Line, and are expected to be finished in late 2018, with the first homes completed in January.
Call 020 7043 8888 or visit 399nw9.com
Lansbury Square, Tower Hamlets
First time buyers can use the government’s Help to Buy scheme to purchase a new flat under the £600,000 price cap in Poplar. Bellway Homes Thames Gateway is the housebuilder behind 64 one, two and three bedroom apartments and a free furniture pack is thrown in for buyers who reserve in November. As well as an on-site gym, there’s a five minute commute to Canary Wharf from Langdon Park DLR – or 20mins on foot – and Bromley-by-Bow tube on the District Line is a 15min walk away.
Call 01689 886431 or visit bellway.co.uk
Gainsford Road, Waltham Forest
More opportunities for first time buyers, this time in Walthamstow in north east London. Affordable housing developer Pocket Living has released 45 one bedroom apartments on to the market – available to purchase through Help to Buy – or outright to first timer buyers living or working in the borough earning below the Mayor of London’s threshold for affordable housing eligibility. The flats come with cycle storage and they are a 10min walk from Walthamstow Central and Blackhorse Road tube stations.
Register at pocketliving.com
Queen’s Wharf, Hammersmith
Enjoy views overlooking Grade II listed Hammersmith Bridge by purchasing one of the last few apartments with such views at this development in west London. Housebuilder Fabrica by A2 Dominion has partnered with Mount Anvil to build the new homes and redevelop Riverside Studios, where Top of the Pops, Blue Peter and early episodes of Dr Who were filmed. Closed since 2014, it’s set to open next year as a new, restaurant, cafe and arts centre, and a three bedroom show flat is also available to view.
Call 0207 205 2973 or visit queenswharf.co.uk