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New developments on the market this week

North West Four, Hendon
From £675,000

Get more for your m..

By admin , in Life , at March 24, 2018

New developments on the market this week

North West Four, Hendon

From £675,000

Get more for your money in Zone Three with only a 30 minute commute to Bank. This gated development of 18 two and three bedroom apartments near Hendon Central station are also a 45 minute drive from four international airports. Spread across four floors with a balcony or terrace and underground parking, finishes include fitted wardrobes, velvet wool carpet, Italian porcelain kitchens and underfloor heating.

Call 020 7043 8888 or visit

No. 3 Upper Riverside, Greenwich

From £525,000

Riverside views could be yours on the edge of a burgeoning new design district on the banks of the Thames. In North Greenwich, near the O2 Arena and the Emirates Air Line, over 1,000 new homes are being built across five buildings on a 150 acre site. Last week, the latest collection of one to three bedroom apartments went on sale, all designed by London-based interiors firm Studio Ashby. The new towers have been created by SOM Architecture, the company behind the new World Trade Center in New York.

Call 020 3713 6153 or visit

Bow Garden Square, Bow

From £390,000

All properties under the £600,000 threshold will be available to purchase using Help to Buy London at this development in east London. Situated above a new primary school, 83 studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments went on sale yesterday, including 12 ‘sky villas’. These two and three bedroom homes across the top two floors boast views of Canary Wharf and the City. Transport links for commuters include Devons Road DLR and Mile End tube, with first completions are expected later this year.

Call 020 3620 8005 or visit

Acton Square, Acton

From £369,995

First time buyers arise, there’s a development going on sale this weekend in west London where the majority of homes are available to purchase through Help to Buy London. Ranging from studios to two bedroom apartments, the first phase of homes are on the market from this Saturday 24 March close to the new Crossrail station in Acton. Once it starts running in December, a journey to Bond Street will take nine minutes from the gated scheme, which is also close to a rejuvenated Oaks Shopping Centre.

Call 0333 202 5171 or visit

Aberfeldy Village, Docklands

From £314,950

Situated in East India Docks a 10 minute walk away from the Jubilee Line and DLR at Canning Town station, these one and two bedroom apartments are on sale this weekend, all with balconies or terraces, as part of a £250m development that will see 1,000 new homes built on the site over 10 years. The scheme will also have a gym, media lounge and on-site shopping, all designed by Levitt Bernstein architects, the firm behind the Brunswick Centre and UCLU in Camden and the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester.

Call Hamptons International on 020 3451 1544

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