21st January 2020
Lovell Homes’ Trinity Walk strikes a chord with buyers as 20 per cent sold before official launch of new block in Woolwich
Interest is building quickly for Augustine Court and the company is advising buyers to act quickly to avoid missing out on their preferred apartment.
Viewers will be able to see the impressive show apartment on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th February as the company releases 20 more apartments to the market.
Offering good sized 1,2- and 3-bedroom apartments – 560 square feet up to 1083 square feet – many boast one or two balconies for added outside space.
Prices start from £352,000 for a one-bedroom apartment and £550,000 for a three bedroom.
Lea Hudson, sales manager at Lovell Homes London, said: “We have reserved five already to buyers who were determined not to miss out. We are now releasing the rest of the apartments to the open market at the weekend and expect a number to be reserved as a result of this demand.
“We were selling apartments at a good rate before the election, but I think the new year has brought a renewed confidence and new buyers are looking at the new build market in greater numbers.”
There are a number of incentives available and Lovell is advising interested parties to speak to a sales executive at Lovell Homes to tailor their financial requirements.
Lea added: “We have had people turn up at the sales complex convinced they won’t be able to afford to buy an apartment. They are often pleasantly surprised when, after we have discussed our incentives and the Government’s Help to Buy scheme, they are in a position to buy. In many cases, buyers are finding their monthly mortgage repayments are less than what they were paying in rent!”
Trinity Walk is a stunning collection of 445 new build one, two and three-bedroom apartments and 13 three- and four-bedroom townhouses. Phase 1 sold out last year.
Location is at the heart of this architect-designed scheme with the new Crossrail station located less than a mile away allowing commuters a seven-minute journey to central London when it opens.
The buildings have been carefully considered to create a strong visual impact, accentuated with sensitive design details to provide a sense of individuality and style.
Each new home has been built to maximise space and light as well as being finished with a high specification to ensure high levels of comfort, security and quality.
The interiors at Trinity Walk are also striking. Buyers can expect high gloss kitchens, with most fitted with fully integrated appliances. Each home also boasts contemporary white bathrooms suits and fully fitted flooring throughout.
Prices start at £352,000 for a one bedroom apartment and with London Help to Buy available on all homes under £600,000, you can borrow (subject to status and earnings) up to 40 per cent of the value of the apartment using a 5 per cent deposit.
Lovell Homes is expecting even more take up on this popular Government-backed scheme in the coming months.