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The highest homes in London went on sale this week

New developments on the market this week

Landmark Pinnacle, Canary Wharf

From £542,750

Youll be breaking records by buying an apartment in this 75 storey skyscraper, which claims to be the tallest residential tower in London. It also has the highest residential gym, roof terrace and a landscaped garden square halfway up. These are the last homes to go on sale, offering studio to three bedroom apartments and a collection of penthouses. The scheme holds 752 residences in total, with views of the River Thames and Canary Wharf, across three buildings designed by the architects behind the new One Tower Bridge project on the South Bank. First completions are expected in autumn 2020.

Call 020 3905 6828 or visit landmarkpinnacle.co.uk

Mulberry Views, Ealing

From £460,000

These characterful apartments in west London are ideally positioned to make the most out of Londons newest high speed rail service. Crossrail, or the Elizabeth Line as its been renamed, will be running from nearby Ealing Broadway station from 2019, dramatically shortening journeys to Heathrow. The greenery of Ealing Common is also a 15 min walk away from these nine homes, all with either one or two bedrooms, in a converted period property on Gunnersbury Avenue with communal gardens.

Call Hamptons International on 020 3151 7649

Greenwich Peninsula, Greenwich

From £117,500 for 25 per cent of a one bed

Get onto the property ladder on the banks of the River Thames with these new homes available to part-buy part-rent via the Shared Ownership scheme. There are 42 one and two bedroom apartments on sale as part of the affordability scheme, most with balconies but all with access to the underground car park and communal terrace. The Jubilee Line at North Greenwich will whisk commuters to Waterloo and Bond Street in 20 mins with the Thames Clipper boats and the Emirates Air Line cable car also nearby.

Call L&Q on 0333 003 3730 or visit lqpricedin.co.uk

The Villas, Barnes

From £3.599m

Expansive family houses are on sale in south west London. Boasting over 3,000sqft of space and five bedrooms over four floors, these new build properties have been inspired by Georgian period architecture, with brick facades and sash windows. Luxurious master bedroom suites, private gardens and terraces are all included as well as an integral double garage. There are seven on sale in total, less than a 10 min walk from Barnes station and close to sought-after schools such as St Pauls and The Harrodian.

Call the Berkeley sales team on 020 3944 1902

Park Modern, Kensington

From £2m

Have royalty for neighbours with these new homes being built overlooking Kensington Palace. Less than 400m from the royal residence, this £450m development is part of the regeneration of the Queensway in Bayswater Village. There are 57 one to five bedroom apartments being built, alongside 30,000sqft of office space and new retail. There will also be a number of duplex penthouses costing up to £30m. Construction starts on the scheme this October and is expected to take three years to complete.

Call Fenton Whelan on 020 7629 2669

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