The Resident magazine says Great Minster House is set for “future price growth”.
Fiona Brandhorst notes in this month’s The Resident magazine that Barratt London developments – Chapter Street and Great Minster House – are central London homes with future growth prospects. Thanks to “extensive regeneration and improving transport links” in central London, there are a number of “new residential areas” where “savvy buyers can still look to buying in Zone One for capital growth”.
Brandhorst notes that Victoria and Pimlico are seeing renewed interest “from buyers realising the benefits of living in such a central location”, where Barratt London “is selling two luxury developments converted from office blocks” – Chapter Street and Great Minster House.
Great Minster House “is in the heart of Westminster”, offering 61 “spacious studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments and duplexes”. EPR architects worked with Barratt London to convert the existing office building into homes that reflect the Edwardian mansion blocks typical of the area. Interior design features include magnificent high ceilings and parquet floors, with high specification fixtures and fitting throughout. The majority of homes also feature a balcony or terrace, which “immediately adds a premium to future price growth”.
Gary Patrick, Regional Sales Director at Barratt London, commented: “We anticipate a great level of demand for the privilege of being able to call Westminster home”. Just two suites and one three-bedroom duplex apartment remain at Great Minster House.
Living at Great Minster House means you have a wealth of travel options on the doorstep. Pimlico, Westminster and St James’s Park Underground stations are all within an 11-minute walk, and Westminster Millennium Pier and bus links are also nearby.
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