These unique refurb projects offer great value for buyers wanting to remodel and put their stamp on a new London home. From a three-bedroom house in Guildford for under £400,000 to three connected Kensington flats offering a unique investment opportunity, buyers and landlords alike will find something of interest in this selection.
Bushy Hill Drive, Bushy Hill, GU1
£395,000 | 3 bed house
This spacious three bedroom house is a perfect project for a young family, providing a good-sized private garden, garage and an excellent location in the catchment area for the popular George Abbott comprehensive school. Although some modernisation is needed, it's not hard to see the potential in this attractive and well-situated 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.
Heath Road, Hounslow, TW3
£525,000 | 5 bed house
Also in the Hounslow area, this unique five-bedroom property is a blank canvas awaiting a buyer who can extract its full potential. The large outbuildings could be converted into substantial office space or simply a peaceful secondary lounge area away from the main house.
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.
Spring Walk, Brick Lane, E1
£669,950 | 4 bed house
Refurb properties get snapped up quickly in the sought-after E1 postcode around fashionable Brick Lane. This four-bedroom house is located close to Whitechapel Overground and tube stations, and offers plenty of scope for creative buyers with a vision for their ideal living space.
Kennington Park Road, Kennington, SE11
OIEO £775,000 | 3 bed house
With four floors, a private garden and planning permission granted to convert to a single residential dwelling (C3) extended to 158.8 sq metres, this remarkable property in Kennington represents an unusual opportunity for the right buyer. Extremely large rooms laid out over four floors provide scope for a truly spectacular home.
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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