New Homes.

Take 5…New Homes

New Homes.

Whilst many house-hunters are swayed by period charm, there is a groundswell of demand for new homes, particularly among younger buyers. Our research from our Housing Futures report shows 72% of 30-34 year-olds said they wanted to live in a new build, compared with just 19% of those aged over 66. Low maintenance homes, sometimes with the ability to choose your own fixtures and fittings to suit your tastes and your lifestyle, are increasingly popular. The perception of a new home is that the cost of living is more affordable – and with the past year meaning many of us are now working from home, the importance of having affordable all-year-round heating is certainly a new consideration!

The drive from potential buyers for sustainable living could, in the future, influence developers to include more climate-friendly aspects in their designs and builds. Period properties with large fireplaces look glorious but are maybe not always the most efficient: sleek modern fuel-effect burners added into new homes are not just for heat – but add a certain ‘wow factor’. The efficiency of the heating, plumbing and broadband services are a given in a new house whereas period properties aren’t always so easily adaptable.

Many moving out of cities are keen to find the comfort and style of city living, but in the heart of a country community. From an outstanding apartment in a prime London location, to a contemporary coastal home in Devon, and an energy efficient house in Scotland, we’ve selected five of the best new homes currently on the market.

Oceanic House, Cockspur Street, London SW1

Oceanic House presents the rare opportunity to purchase a substantial apartment at the heart of London’s West End, in an exclusive new development steeped in history.

Bay View House, Teignmouth Road, Devon

An outstanding property occupying a unique position with unrivalled panoramic sea views.

Darklass Estate, Forres, Morayshire

Darklass Estate is a private development of seven smart energy efficient homes of the highest quality design. Choose from 7 homes, with plots set around a central square amid natural Highland splendour amidst the stunning Scottish countryside.

Main Street, Marston Trussell, Market Harborough, Leicestershire

Birch House is a generously sized four-bedroom, four bathroom executive home, situated within the heart of the village and affording far reaching idyllic views to the front.

Brockenhurst Road, Ascot, Berkshire

A magnificent collection of 12 apartments set within a gated development with underground parking. The whole building is built with the modern technology such as mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR), Underfloor heating, built in irrigation, electric car charging points for residents and a fast charge point for visitors.

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