Colliers International has sold all of the private homes for sale in Crest Nicholson’s Bond House development in New Cross.
The global real estate advisor was the sole agent for the development’s 77 private homes sales which included 33 one-bedroom apartments, 40 two-bedroom flats and four three-bedroom suites. In addition a further 12 properties were allocated to local authority housing, as well as 10,000 square ft of commercial space, which is being used as an artists’ studio and gallery space by Goldsmiths University.
The development in Zone Two was mainly snapped up by first time buyers utilising the Help to Buy scheme, as well as some downsizers and investors.
Colliers secured the agency mandate, having previously sold the land to Crest Nicholson in 2017, and working with the developer to secure a revised planning application for a larger residential development.
Lee Betterton from Crest Nicholson said: “The residential team at Colliers have been with us throughout our journey on this development and have provided great advice about the opportunities we could harness and have secured the final deals on these properties.
“It’s great that within four years we’ve been able to purchase, develop and sell all the properties on this site, and welcome new homeowners to New Cross.”
Matthew Moloney, associate director in the residential team at Colliers, added: “Following the restart of viewings post-lockdown this development has sold quickly, particularly with first time buyers keen to get a foot on to the property ladder.”