New London homes under £400k: Our pick

Property prices in London may top the charts in the UK but it is possible to find excellent quality homes for less. In this roundup of our top picks under £400,000, we look at a range of desirable new London homes. If you dream of owning a new home in London on a reasonable budget, this is a great place to start looking. Each development includes Verified HomeViews reviews so you can see what the residents have to say regarding that building’s location, facilities, management and more. Simply click on any development to read reviews and view available properties.

3.73 (64 reviews)
3.73 (64 reviews)

Trinity Walk by Lovell Homes is a large residential development of 445 apartments and 13 townhouses in Woolwich, London. Properties are available as affordable rents, private purchases or as part of the London Help To Buy scheme. In addition, the development is a six-minute walk from Woolwich Arsenal station. It’s also a mile away from the new Crossrail station at Woolwich. Properties in the development are available from £355,000 for a one-bedroom apartment.

Read reviews and details of Trinity Walk, SE18

3.62 (5 reviews)
3.62 (5 reviews)

Another entry from Lovell Homes, The Electric Quarter is a new neighbourhood in up-and-coming Mile End, offering a mix of one and two-bedroom apartments as well as two, three and four-bedroom houses. The development provides new community facilities including shops, a library and nursery, as well as mature landscaping with tree-lined avenues throughout the development. Properties are available to purchase through the Shared Ownership scheme, with full-priced properties starting at a value of £335,000.

Read reviews and details of Electric Quarter, E3

Kidbrooke Village by the Berkeley Group is situated in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, one of London’s most popular areas. The Village is split into four districts that are distinctly different in style but integrated into a single community. The Waterlily Court is a nature-lover’s paradise as it overlooks its own mini lake as well as South Cator Park, whereas Blackheath Quarter features ultramodern and highly energy-efficient urban houses. You can find one bedroom apartments across the different districts for between £380,000-£390,000, with help-to-buy options available.

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Sitting pretty on the Longford River, Feltham 355 is an attractively designed and situated development from Fairview New Homes. Current options for under £400,000 include spacious (570 square foot) one bedroom apartments at just £294,000. Almost all apartments in the development come with a large balcony and reviews point to the good onsite facilities as well as the number of shops, cafes and other amenities nearby. It also offers excellent transport links with Feltham on its doorstep and Heathrow only a 15-minute drive away. The triple-glazed windows do an excellent job of keeping things nice and quiet inside, however.

Read reviews and details of Feltham 355, TW14

4.15 (163 reviews)
4.15 (163 reviews)

Located right in the heart of North West London, Colindale Gardens puts Edgware, Wembley and Hampstead all within easy striking distance. Colindale tube station is also a 5-minute walk away, giving you further travel flexibility. With its smart red brick exteriors and luxury apartments fitted to a very high standard, HomeViews receives a good number of 5-star ratings from residents reviewing the scheme. All apartments have a private designated outdoor space too – either a balcony or terrace. For around £360,000-£375,000, you can find a selection of studio and one bedroom apartments to call your own.

Read reviews and details of Colindale Gardens, NW9

Another prime North West London development, Regency Heights residents regularly describe both the development and the area as a hidden gem. The community is largely comprised of young families and professionals, and the communal gardens and lake give Regency Heights a friendly, inviting atmosphere. Its transport links and access to amenities are excellent. Having the Piccadilly Line’s Park Royal station a mere 5 minutes’ walk away is another big bonus in terms of opening up the rest of London. Prices start at £375,000 but there are a good number of spacious one bedroom options that come in under our £400k budget mark, all with premium fittings and fixtures throughout.

Read reviews and details of Regency Heights, NW10

3.97 (37 reviews)
3.97 (37 reviews)

Synergy is located in Charlton, a highly desirable area with no shortage of high street shops and fine dining options on offer. For families, the area also has a wide range of ‘good’ and ‘excellent’ Ofsted rated schools. Residents reviewing Synergy consistently note the spacious, light and airy nature of the apartments. They also have plenty of praise for the high quality of all appliances, fittings, furnishing and finishing touches. Add in the generous balconies and friendly management team, and Synergy has a lot to recommend it. You can purchase a one bedroom apartment here for as little as £360,000, with more spacious one beds available for around £380,000.

Read reviews and details of Synergy, SE7

Well situated next to the beautiful Queensbury Park, Queensbury Square also offers up an eclectic mix of bars, shops, cafes and restaurants. Smart, modern designs full of clean lines and practical features are used throughout this development, while white goods and kitchen elements are of excellent quality. Essentially, all the one bedroom apartment options in this development are priced under £400,000, ranging from around £325,000-£340,000. Queensbury Underground station is only a 5-minute walk too, letting residents venture further into town at their leisure.

Read reviews and details of Queensbury Square, NW9

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