Few remain at Wandsworth development’s final phase
The Schoolyard’s final phase, Francis House is now 50% sold. With two and three bedroom apartments currently available from £600,000, buyers can move in immediately. The Schoolyard development has provided over 100 homes and has sold at an impressive rate since its launch in late 2013.
Unlike other developments in the Wandsworth area, homes at The Schoolyard are ready to buy now. Possible to move in within six weeks, the development is ideal for buyers looking to purchase a second home before the stamp duty increase in April 2016.
Offering living spaces of up to 1061 sq.ft. each home at The Schoolyard, is generously sized and includes custom built contemporary kitchens with integrated Zanussi and Electrolux appliances. Extra notable features include video door entry, underfloor heating and built-in wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors. Landscaped communal gardens reinforce the development’s strong sense of community and provide additional outdoor space for residents, in addition to each apartment’s outside living spaces.
Just moments from Wandsworth Town Station, The Schoolyard has fantastic connections into London and surrounding areas. Residents will also benefit from the Wandsworth’s 670 hectares of open space and riverside location as well as various amenities, including the nearby Southside shopping centre and recently completed department store Debenhams.
Cathy Lloyd, Sales & Marketing Director at L&Q, comments: “We’re immensely proud of The Schoolyard development in Wandsworth and look forward to welcoming our final residents to the existing, thriving community. Local buyers have contributed to over 50% of sales at The Schoolyard thus far and we’re thrilled to have provided much needed new build homes in the area”.
A handful of one and two bedroom properties also remain within the Oxborough House phase, starting at £475,000 for a one bedroom and £575,000 for a two bedroom apartment. For more details of The Schoolyard please visit www.theschoolyardsw18.com
This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Marc Sibbons .
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