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New developments on the market this week

Embassy Gardens, Nine Elms

From £750,000

Get bouquet making this Royal Wedding weekend at this new development opposite the new US Embassy in a riverside location near Vauxhall. Running from 1-4pm on Saturday as part of the Chelsea Flower Show Fringe, it will also coincide with the launch of a new collection of homes at this 2,000 apartment building that has drawn attention recently for its Sky Pool, a swimming pool that connects two blocks of homes.

To book the bouquet workshop, email events@ecoworldballymore.com or visit embassygardens.com to find out more

Filmer Mews, Fulham

From £995,000

Live in a secluded cobbled enclave, lined with mews houses, in a trendy part of Fulham. These two and three bedroom houses are going on sale on 21 May in Munster Village, a popular part of Fulham in west London. Spread over two floors, the properties will be ready to move into by the time summer is in full swing and are aimed at well-heeled young professionals and second steppers, looking for some extra space. Theyre also less than a mile away from Parsons Green and Putney Bridge stations on the District Line.

Call Strutt & Parker Fulham on 020 7731 7100

Leon House, Croydon

From £373,000

Homes sat at the centre of a regeneration project go on sale in south London tomorrow. Situated in a 20-floor building thats a classic example of 1960s Brutalist architecture – similar in style to the Barbican – there are 263 one and two bedroom apartments on sale. Part of the Leon Quarter regeneration project of 500 dwellings, it will see a new public square for the High Street and private gardens for residents. East Croydon is the nearest station where regular trains run to Victoria in 16mins.

Call Countrywide on 020 8686 9434

Kings Holt Terrace, Kensal Rise

From £1.4m

A showhouse opens up to prospective buyers of these four bedroom townhouses in north London today. All 15 of the four floor properties come with a garage and a private rooftop terrace thats accessed via a skylight. Non-slip decking and glass balustrades make them safe spaces for family events. Close to all the brunch spots and boutiques of Chamberlayne Road, there are also two train stations nearby and all the fitness and spa facilities at the newly redeveloped, multimillion pound Moberly Sports Centre.

Call Hamptons International on 0203 151 7649

Richmond Brewery Stores

From £1.45m

These new homes have been built on the site of Britains first poppy factory. The red brick building in Richmond dates back to 1882 and started life as a bottling factory before it was bought by the Royal British Legion in 1925. Afterwards, it became a toy factory making train sets for Marks & Spencer. The RBL poppy operation is now next door, and 18 two and three bedroom new build duplex flats have been constructed. Each has a south-west facing balcony with river views and large marble bathrooms.

Call Banda Property on 020 7937 9600

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