3 properties you can buy with the new Help to Buy London equity loan
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The extension of the government loan to 40 per cent for Londoners is available on new-build properties costing up to £600,000. Here’s what’s available in north London
Centre Heights, NW3, £440,000
A studio flat very conveniently placed for Swiss Cottage station on the Jubilee line – handy for Canary Wharf. Wood flooring, underfloor heating and spectacular London skyline views are all major bonuses and on-site concierge, security and management services make looking after the property easy.
Canterbury Lofts, NW6, £565,000
This one-bedroom flat in South Kilburn is in a building described as a “contemporary period conversion”. Confusing wording perhaps but the total re-fit of the former warehouse means that this property qualifies as a new-build, whilst retaining a degree of Art Deco charm on the outside. The development will have a residents’ gym and roof terrace and is well placed for the forthcoming Crossrail opening in 2018/19. Due for completion in Q2 2016.
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Kilburn Park Road, NW6, £580,000
On the third floor of this brand new block, due for completion in early 2016, this one-bedroom flat has an open-plan living-kitchen-dining room and separate internal bathroom, as well as access to a private roof terrace. The block is portered and well situated for the Bakerloo line.
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