Capitalise On ClaphamWith Brand New Homes In Sw9
For buyers on the hunt for a property in one of the capital’s trendiest suburbs, Notting Hill Sales has just unveiled a collection of new homes at 330 Clapham Road in SW9 & SW4. Launched on Saturday 13th May, this exciting new development comprises a contemporary range of one and two bedroom apartments, two bedroom duplexes and four bedroom houses, meaning a wide variety of buyers are catered for.
Research from agents Marsh & Parsons highlights that Clapham’s property market has outperformed the rest of the capital, cementing the area’s reputation as a housing hotspot. House prices in SW9 have increased by 64% since 2010, compared with an average of 43% across the rest of Greater London. In addition, the area saw the highest increase in property sales across Greater London (36%) between 2015 and 2016, as purchasers recognise the value for money, impressive capital appreciation and positive rental yields that the area is offering.
Mark Vaughan, Group Director of Commercial Services at Notting Hill Housing Group, comments: “We are excited to be launching such a high-profile scheme as 330 Clapham Road, homes which tick so many boxes for London buyers. The variety of properties on offer provides something for everyone, and are designed to a high quality specification that stands up to the rigours of modern city lifestyles. The location of the new homes is unparalleled, benefiting from the area’s superb connections, local amenities, green spaces and leisure facilities. Clapham is a by-word for cool, and the new homes at 330 Clapham Road offer purchasers and exciting opportunity to buy into that lifestyle”
Alex Greaves, Head of New Homes Sales at Marsh & Parsons, says; “330 Clapham Road is fantastic choice for all buyer types. Located in an enviable position between amenities and transport links of Clapham North and Stockwell, the development offers purchasers the chance to live in one of the Capital’s most sought after locations. New build housing in the area is a rarity – 330 Clapham Road will be the only scheme in the vicinity to launch in the first six months of 2017, and we expect healthy demand from owner-occupiers who want the benefits of spacious, open plan living with sizeable gardens and proximity to the open spaces of Clapham Common.”
All of the homes at 330 Clapham Road are designed to a high quality specification that epitomises modern city living. The living spaces are open plan, with fully-fitted Dekko Interior kitchens inclusive of instant boiling taps and a of a range of Siemens appliances including fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Bathrooms come fully tiled, with crisp, white sanitaryware and chrome fixtures and fittings, such as heated towel rail.
Vibrant Clapham is great for night life, restaurants and shopping. A five minute walk from home, Clapham High Street offers a wonderful array of bars, restaurants and clubs giving a round the clock vibe. Clapham Old Town is home to a weekly farmers and artisan markets which is popular with locals. In contrast to the High Street’s buzzing environment, Clapham Common is delightful expanse of 220 acres of greenery, home to tennis courts, ponds, woodlands and host to many fantastic festivals and events throughout the year.
Clapham North and Stockwell tube stations are a short walk away from the development, offering direct services to Waterloo, Oxford Circus, London Bridge and Bank, all in under 20 minutes – ideal for commuters. London Overground services from Clapham High Street are also just five minutes away, providing trains to Clapham Junction and north east towards Highbury and Islington. The connections by road are also excellent, with direct access to the A3, leading to the A24 and M25.
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