30th January 2016
Located in an exclusive, gated setting and our third development to come to New Southgate, it comprises seven one, two, and three bedroom apartments and two five bedroom houses. Florian House presents an exciting opportunity for first time buyers to get onto the property ladder with apartments from just £350,000, available under the new London Help to Buy scheme launching on 1 February.
Designed to a high specification, incredibly rare for a new build in this area, the intricate design and detailed finish follows suit with our portfolio of developments throughout London. The new homes include contemporary, bespoke kitchens with integrated Bosch appliances, under floor heating, high quality and fully tiled bathrooms with basins by Duravit, recessed ceiling speakers, and LED feature lighting. The development features landscaped gardens and secure parking, while a number of the apartments benefit from private terraces and balconies. The family homes each have private landscaped gardens.
Situated close to the centres of Muswell Hill, Whetstone, and Southgate, the New Southgate area is a vibrant hub of activity and is easily accessible by both public transport and road. Arnos Grove tube (Piccadilly Line) and New Southgate rail station (First Capital Connect) are just minutes away, providing a direct 24 minute commute to both Moorgate and Kings Cross. Crossrail 2 is also being proposed to run through New Southgate, which will considerably improve commute times as well as investment within the area.
Mani Khiroya, managing director, comments, “High specification new-build homes are rare in this area and as a result, we expect interest to be high. Our previous development in N11, The Observatory, saw an average 16% increase in unit value over the course of 18 months, meaning that Florian House is likely to be a prudent investment for the future. In addition, recent improvements to the Help to Buy scheme present a new kind of accessibility for first time buyers and we expect Florian House to be of particular interest.”