New Homes: Two new developments to tempt investors and owner-occupiers
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Proof that new housing in London’s zone 2 is a scarce and sought-after commodity is offered by the enthusiastic reception to Queen’s Park Place, NW6.
The development in Queen’s Park offers 116 one- to three-bedroom flats, including six penthouses arranged over three L-shaped, south-facing blocks, located on Salusbury Road.
Architecture is by the firm responsible for the first stage of the Battersea Power Station development.
Interiors for the show flats have been styled by New York-based designer, ex-fashion model Tamzin Greenhill, who has worked on homes for Lord Edward Spencer-Churchill and Nat Rothschild.
Residents will benefit from 24-hour hotel-style concierge services and all apartments provide a large balcony and/or roof terrace and exclusive access to landscaped courtyard gardens.
The area has not seen much new development and apartments are already being snapped up in the complex, which is due for completion in spring 2016.
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A spokesperson for Londonewcastle, the developer behind the project, said: “Since the start of the working year, we’ve had over 175 new registrations for Queens Park Place.
“We’ve seen that the enquirer/buyer demographic has been predominantly local owner occupiers - encouraging signs of a robust domestic market in the very early stages of 2015.
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“Against the backdrop of an election, we have every reason to feel confident that the buying activity and momentum at Queen’s Park Place will continue through 2015.”
Prices at Queen’s Park Place start at £500,000. The development is being marketed through Savills and Aston Chase.
For those looking further out of town:
There is only one penthouse remaining at Primrose Court in Finchley, N3, a development in a contemporary but traditional-style building with a stone entrance porch and gabled roof.
The apartment itself stretches over 2,183sq ft, with an open-plan living area, which has glazed doors opening onto a terrace overlooking the landscaped garden.
A spokesperson for developer Shanly Homes said: “There is no question that apartments in ever-popular Finchley are in strong demand, and apartments offering the expanse of space that Primrose Court provides are a rare find in the area.”
The kitchen features quality integrated appliances, while bedrooms have en suite shower rooms and fitted wardrobes.
The penthouse’s family bathroom also has underfloor heating and chrome heated towel rails.
Finchley Central on the Northern Line is the nearest station, a half hour journer from central London.
Primrose Court in Finchley by Shanly Homes. The three-bedroom penthouse is priced at £1,800,000. For further information, please contact Shanly Homes on 01494 683917