These unique refurb projects offer great value for buyers wanting to remodel and put their stamp on a new London home. From a four-bedroom house in Feltham for just £425,000 to three connected Kensington flats offering a unique investment opportunity, buyers and landlords alike will find something of interest in this selection.
Wrights Road, South Norwood, SE25
£445,000 | 3 bed house
This spacious three bedroom house is a perfect project for a young family, providing a good-sized private garden, garage and a car port at rear. Although some modernisation is needed, it's not hard to see the potential in this attractive, spacious home.
Charter Crescent, Feltham, TW4
£425,000 | 4 bed house
Offering bright, well-proportioned accommodation, this four-bedroom property in Feltham is also ideally located within easy reach of Hounslow West tube station, Hounslow Heath and local schools. The right buyers could create a dream home from this attractive house with bordering gardens on three sides.
Chandos Road, Stratford, E15
£665,000 | 3 bed house
As Stratford continues to regenerate, this generous three bedroom flat, just 5 minutes walk from Willesden Green Station, is perfectly placed to make the most of it. The sizeable garden and conservatory lend a quaint, small-town feel to the property, while the spacious living and entertaining areas would be ideal for families once modernised.
Hermitage Woods Crescent, St Johns, GU21
£580,000 | 5 bed house
St Johns is located to the west of Woking, which is becoming a highly desirable commuter town thanks to its regular rail services into London Waterloo and excellent range of larger family homes. This five-bedroom semi-detached property is no exception, with a double reception room, large garage, attractive garden, conservatory and separate workshop space.
Castleton Avenue, Wembley, HA9
£559,950 | 3 bed house
An attractive family home with great potential for renovation. This four-bedroom house is located close to the Wembley and North Wembley tube stations, and offers plenty of scope for creative buyers with a vision for their ideal living space.
Dovercourt Road, Dulwich, SE22
£1,375,000 | 3 bed house
This well proportioned home in the heart of Dulwich features three large bedrooms, including a master bedroom with an en-suite and walk in wardrobe. The huge potential for modernisation offers developers an enticing opportunity.
Hansard Mews, Kensington, W14
£1,999,950 | 8 bed building
An unusual opportunity for investors, this eight-bedroom property is currently split into three leasehold flats: two two-bedroom apartments on the ground floor and one four-bedroom apartment on the first floor. Modernisation is required throughout, but mews properties on cobbled streets are rarely available in such close proximity to the amenities of Shepherds Bush.
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