Crest Nicholson’s popular Valentine Place development is down to its last remaining homes, with 90% of apartments sold and just two mews houses remaining. The development, situated in London's SE1 postcode, is just moments from both Waterloo and Southwark stations, and is perfect of those looking to be placed in the heart of London.
Valentine Place comprises a collection of high-specification apartments, penthouses, duplexes and mews houses. All homes are positioned around a central, secluded courtyard, which provides residents with tranquil open space, and a communal area to unwind and socialise – a rare feature in such a central location.
Earlier this year Crest Nicholson unveiled the collection of three-bedroom mews houses. Set across almost 2,000 sq ft, with outside space on every floor, these houses are perfect for families looking for some extra space in the capital. With just one of these luxury mews houses remaining, Crest Nicholson urges prospective buyers to book their viewing appointment today.
Crest Nicholson is also offering one of their final one-bedroom apartments on the London Help to Buy scheme, which enables buyers to apply for an equity loan of up to 40% of the property price. This plot, a high-specification one bedroom apartment, presents a unique opportunity for buyers to secure a home in Zone One on this Government-backed scheme.
Valentine Place has proved hugely popular with those looking to be positioned in the heart of London’s cultural quarter, with easy access to London’s South Bank, and The Old Vic theatre. The building was previously a flour mill and bakery, and Crest Nicholson has worked hard to conserve this original façade in keeping with its heritage.
Sean Ruane, Sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson London, said: “Valentine Place has proved hugely popular with a range of buyers, from downsizers looking to be placed in the heart of the capital to those looking for a spacious three storey house. Over the summer, we unveiled the beautifully landscaped central courtyard gardens, which have added the finishing touch to this flourishing development.
With just a final few homes available, we’d advise all those looking to relocate to this popular development to book their appointment now to avoid disappointment.”
Prices at Valentine Place start from £599,995 for a one-bedroom apartment, or just £359,997 on the London Help to Buy scheme. The mews houses start from £1,950,000. To find out more information, call 020 3437 1294, or visit https://www.valentineplacese1.com