London is one of the few truly cosmopolitan capitals in the world with low residential densities and leafy parks where you can still get your hands on a newly built house in relatively central areas.
Every Englishman’s home is his castle, and it doesn’t have to be as cold or difficult to heat as a palace! As car users shift from petrol to electric, so will homeowners shift from poorly insulated to energy-efficient homes.
With the recent increase in energy prices here to stay, energy efficiency in dwellings will undoubtedly become a more important factor in determining property prices than it has ever been.
Some analysts believe that this is the ideal time in the property cycle to sell an older house and trade-in for a newer, energy-efficient home, which will reduce your carbon footprint whilst also lowering your energy bills.
It’s very likely that Energy Performance Certificates, which were once thought to be just paperwork when purchasing a home, will become a more determinant factor in the price and value retention of houses in the UK.
We divided our listing into areas because we wanted it to be representative of the market as well as showcase small and large property developers. There are terraced, semis and detached houses currently available from £570,000 all the way to £58M!
More information, including a link to the sales website, is available by clicking on the listed developments.
A gated development of five detached houses in Sydenham.
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Please note that all property prices in this article are subject to change. You should always contact the sales representative for the up to date information.
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