Currell boasts a diverse selection of new homes and apartments to buy in London, from off-plan developments that are currently under construction to new-build properties ready for occupation. Whilst purchasing a resale home may have greater appeal for some, increasing numbers of people are discovering the advantages that come from buying a new home in London.
Reasons why buying a new property or development with Currell New Homes may have more advantages for you:
From the layout of the accommodation to the carpets on your floor, the lighting in your living room to the worktops and cabinets in your kitchen, your new home can often be designed to reflect your own tastes and lifestyle. Currell has new-build properties, properties with building or refurbishment opportunities and off-plan properties that you can personally customise to make your home.
Many older properties have archaic layouts that can be unsuitable for a modern lifestyle. New homes have been designed to reflect the demands of today’s home owners, featuring amenities and furnishings like open-plan designer kitchens, modern bathrooms and en suite shower rooms, private balconies or roof terraces and wheelchair and pushchair access where required.
Older properties often require more maintenance than new homes. Therefore, rather than spending the first weeks, months or years in a property performing do-it-yourself and subsequent weekends carrying out repairs; buying a new property can allow you to spend this time with your family or friends, enjoying your new home.
Many of the new homes you can buy in London are in areas that are undergoing massive regeneration, including areas close to the Olympic zone in East London. These properties feature the newest ideas from the pioneers of modern architecture and are ideally located near to transport links and local amenities.
Moving into a neighbourhood of new properties automatically gives you something in common with the rest of your community. This new community can develop together, meeting at any communal gardens, gyms or terraces that the properties may enjoy.
New homes are subject to current building regulations and usually carry warranty protection such as NHBC, Zurich or Premier guarantees, to ensure your satisfaction and safety when you move in to your new property. Faulty wiring, lead-based paint or even asbestos are all hazards that resale properties may contain, which a newly built property will not.
As well as being built to be safer, new homes are constructed to be more energy efficient, meaning that you can have cheaper bills and be more environmentally sound.
Many older properties were designed and built at a time when wireless internet access and surround sound speakers had yet to be invented. New homes are designed with new technology in mind, and wiring can often be added to the property while it is still being developed.