New Homes in Kingston Upon Thames
Lying on a pretty stretch of the river, just 12 miles from central London and adjacent to the regal Hampton Court Palace and Hampton Court Park, and sporting the famous Kingston University, the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames is prime commuter territory. If you're looking for an enviable quality of life for a relatively affordable price, Kingston could be an attractive place to make your next property move.
Regeneration and investment plans in the borough are numerous and exciting for property investors looking to buy a house in the area.  Cocks Crescent in New Malden is a focal point for the council with it's population set to increase by 30% by 2036 making the area a great regeneration opportunity. 
Browse the developments below to view all the available new homes in or near Kingston Upon Thames.
Live the Kingston upon Thames life
A desirable area to live with a lot going for it yet relatively affordable at the same time, coming regeneration means your new home in Kingston upon Thames could prove to be a truly wise investment. And when you add offers like the popular London Help to Buy scheme, your investment will be even more secure.
Things to see and do in Kingston upon Thames
With the sprawling Richmond Park forming the borough’s northern border and Wimbledon Common the north east boundary, Kingston upon Thames is known for having wonderful access to green spaces. Other pleasant spots include Fishponds Park, Raeburn Open Space and Claremont Gardens, as well as nature reserves like Hogsmill Wood and Edith Gardens.
The town of Kingston has a local museum, historic market and places like Kingfisher Leisure Centre to get some exercise or have some fun. You can go also for a riverside walk and stroll across Kingston Bridge to Hampton Wick, Hampton Court Park and Bushy Park. If you have children, don’t miss Jurassic Encounter Adventure Golf or Chessington World of Adventures theme park, which has over 40 rides and an array of entertainment options.
When it’s time for your kids to switch their attention to their studies, primary schools such as St Luke’s CofE, Fern Hill Primary and Coombe Hill Junior School are among the borough’s top options. They’re all classed as outstanding by Ofsted, along with others such as St Andrew’s and St Mark’s CofE and Tolworth Infant and Nursery School.
At secondary level, the Tiffin schools for both boys and girls are both rated just as highly by the education board, likewise the Kingston Academy on Richmond Road. If you’re in the Malden area then Coombe Girls’ School, the Holy Cross School and Richard Challoner School are all in Ofsted’s top group, while St Andrew’s Catholic School in Leatherhead takes student who live in the south of Kingston upon Thames.
Kingston upon Thames transport links
Kingston’s public transport network is made up of buses, boats and trains, with more than 10 rail stations across the borough - including in places like New Malden, Surbiton and Kingston itself. The A3 and A243 are the two main roads which pass through the area, while the M25 circular is less than a mile from the borough’s southern tip. Major airports Heathrow and Gatwick are also particularly convenient for certain areas.
The Kingston upon Thames property scene
The average house price across the borough is comparable with the rest of London as a whole, which you may find a little surprising considering the lively atmosphere you can find in many places around the area.
With a good supply of Victorian homes offering everything from 2 to 3 bedrooms and some serious redevelopment and investment in the New Malden area leading to a significant population increase, you can also find stunning 1 and 2 bedroom apartments just a few miles east of New Malden in the Wallington area.Wherever you decide to settle down, you can enjoy the smoothest home buying process imaginable thanks to offers like our Movemaker scheme, where we’ll ensure you don’t need to pay any agents’ fees when selling an existing home.