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Top 5 New Build Developments In Islington

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Discover a glance at Islington, with its property market settings and top 5 new builds.

Islington is a large borough in North London, a popular destination for homebuyers in the capital. And it is justified: convenient location and transport links, top-rated pubs and restaurants, and green residential neighbourhoods. 

All this attracts new build developers to Islington, just like local and international homebuyers.

Real Estate In Islington

The recent market data estimates an average house price in Islington sitting at £909k. The numbers are well above the London averages (£715k), making the borough one of the most expensive areas in the capital.

As for flats in Islington, an average apartment costs £630k, also above the average in the capital (£521k).

But what are the most popular new builds in Islington, and what features do they boast? Also, is it possible to land a favourable deal in the area? Let’s find out.

City North By Telford Homes

City North is a new build development by Telford Homes. The new build sits in Finsbury Park, just on the edge of beautiful parkland. Some of its featured amenities are a roof terrace and a recreational lounge with Wi-Fi.

The development is ready to move, meaning that all the 355 new homes at City North have been completed. If to highlight just one feature of the new apartments, it would be their outstanding specification as standard.

Hoxton Press By Anthology

Anthology is the developer behind Hoxton Press. The new build delivers almost 200 new homes, ranging from 1-bed flats to 3-bedroom apartments. Residents benefit from several amenities at Hoxton Press, including a community café and landscaped greenery.

Hoxton Press sits just in between Shoreditch Park and the Regents Canal, boasting the genuine natural ambience of the area. In addition to Crossrail, its transport links include nearby Underground Stations (Angel and Old Street). Overground services (Hoxton and Essex Road) are likewise within close proximity.

Dove Quarter By Site Sales

Dove Quarter is a finished new build development by Site Sales Property Group in Islington. It sits in one of the capital's most fashionable areas and offers residents spacious landscaped areas and year-round amenities and entertainment. For fitness fans, the borough offers many cycle routes, in addition to parks and greenery.

To get an idea of the area's transport links, see that London City Airport is just 36 minutes away, and Highbury and Islington Underground Station sit within a short walk.

Saxon Apartments By Dominvs Group

Saxon Apartments is a new build development in Islington that delivered 15 new homes, ranging from 1-bed flats to 2-bedroom apartments. They are available through the Help-to-Buy or mortgage options.

One of the core features of the development is the surrounding beauty, calmness and diligence. In this pocket of London, nothing shouts but boasts dignity. New homes at Saxon Apartments blend style, quality, and craftsmanship.

Unsurprisingly, residents in the local area are spoilt for choice of leisure, from famous gastropubs to the historic Waterlow Park and Park Theatre, which has Benedict Cumberbatch as one of the patrons.

Islington Square By Galliard Homes

A mixed-use development Islington Square offers 356 new homes across  500,000 sq ft. The new build is ready to move, meaning that construction works have been finished. Currently, there are studio flats and 2-bed apartments still available at Islington Square.

Islington Square is a major redevelopment of The former North London Mail Centre. It comprises new flats, restaurants, offices, and even a cinema. For sports and healthy lifestyle fans, there is a health club, perhaps one of the most attractive features after the pandemic as we meet the new normal.

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