London is full of beautiful architecture and is seeping in history, which is no wonder why it is the most popular place in the UK to live in and one of the most visited cities in the world. It is also a city that is full of opportunities and despite the costs of living rising, people want to stay so that they can be amongst the buzz of the capital. The average price of a property in London recently surpassed the £500,000 figure for the first time, according to November reports, and in Kensington and Chelsea, the average price has increased to £1.5m.
We have created a list of £1m homes across London, to show you what this amount can buy you:
Old Chesterton Building is set within a gated Victorian school conversion and is truly one of a kind! Situated on Battersea Park Road, it is also a 3-minute walk away from Battersea Park, which is home to 200 acres of open green space. The 1 bedroom house features an open-plan kitchen, reception room, and double-height ceilings, making it a great place to entertain your friends and family. Additionally, there is a bathroom on the ground floor, and above the reception room, there is a mezzanine level with a double bedroom and walk-in closet. There is also plenty of storage throughout and an allocated parking space on site.
This charming property in Highbury, has 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and is set across 3 floors. The house also features a front garden and from here you can make your way down the steps to the front door, which leads to the lower ground floor. This part of the house features a south-facing reception room, family bathroom, and private patio. On the ground floor, you will find a spacious kitchen with a balcony and a double bedroom that overlooks the street. The top floor has 2 further double bedrooms, with one being the master and a shower room.
This contemporary 2 bedroom split level flat, arranged over the third and fourth floors of a white stucco fronted period building, is situated in the lively area of Notting Hill. The stylish flat also features 2 bathrooms, a south facing roof terrace and a reception room, making it a home perfect for entertaining. The roof terrace also has bi-folding doors separating it from the reception room, which can be left open during the day in the summer months.
One Crown Place is a development in Hackney designed by Bowler James Brindley, and for £1m you can buy this stunning 1 bedroom apartment. The apartment is located on the 19th floor and extends to 611 sq. ft. It also features oak herringbone flooring to the hallway, living room, kitchen, and master bedroom, and there is underfloor heating throughout. There are many amenities included with the property, such as a 24 hour dedicated concierge, residents’ lounge, screening room, work hub, gym, private dining room, treatment room, and communal terrace. The development is centrally located and is a short walk to Liverpool Street, Shoreditch, and Old Street.
£1m will buy you this beautiful semi-detached house, which is situated on a quiet residential street. The house is modern and well-presented throughout, and also includes a wide entrance hall, reception room with bay window, spacious kitchen with large central island, and a large rear garden with bi-folding doors. Additionally, there are 5 double bedrooms, which are spread across the first and second floor. Situated in the well-regarded area of Furzedown, the property is also within easy reach of Tooting Broadway.
This beautifully renovated Victorian house in the Isle of Dogs has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The house is also set across 4 floors and features a large kitchen, dining area, rear garden, and 2 reception rooms. The kitchen is fully integrated and has a striking island dressed with a premium worktop. The master suite can be found on the top floor and there are bi-folding doors leading to a Juliet balcony. Throughout the home, you will also find period features, such as cornicing and ornate fireplaces.
This property, which is situated in St Peter’s Conservation Area, is a 4 bedroom Victorian family house. The house features a reception room, dining room, large kitchen, 2 bathrooms, west-facing roof terrace, garden, and a cellar. Standish Road is within close proximity to Ravenscourt Park and Stamford Brook underground stations and Hammersmith’s most sought-after schools are also nearby.
This 3 bedroom flat is set over 3 floors and extends to 1700 square feet. The ground floor features a reception room with doors leading out to a large garden and stairs that lead to the lower ground floor, where you will find a uniquely styled kitchen with a dining area. The master bedroom can also be found on this floor and it comes with built-in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. There are also two further bedrooms on the top floor and a family bathroom on the ground floor. Additionally, the property includes one allocated parking space.
On the third floor of the Henson Building, this 2 bedroom apartment comes with a patio terrace that overlooks Regent’s Canal. A great space for entertaining visitors, the apartment also has a large reception room and kitchen area. This part of the property features exposed brickwork, which adds to its character and charm. The apartment has a high specification finish throughout and also benefits from a 24-hour concierge service and a designated parking space. The Henson Building is ideally situated in the heart of Camden Town and is approximately 0.4 miles away from Primrose Hill.
This stunning two-bedroom apartment is situated in Wheat Wharf close to London Bridge and Tower Bridge and beautifully presented as a warehouse conversion, and is close to the riverfront and Butlers Wharf’s bars and restaurants. Throughout the apartment, you will find striking warehouse attributes, such as exposed brickwork, loading bay doors, wooden beams, and a vaulted ceiling. Additionally, there are 2 bathrooms, a large kitchen/dining/reception room, a large storage cupboard, and a private south-facing balcony. The apartment also benefits from secure parking and lift access.