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First residents move into new housing development in Croydon

by LLP Reporter
31st Jan 19 2:12 pm

The first residents a new housing development in Croydon have moved into their new apartments, with construction work progressing well.

Housebuilder Bellway is building 96 new homes at Ikon, a development of one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments, on the former Lombard House site off Purley Way.

Pictures Ian Scammell

With the development now really taking shape, the first purchasers who’ve moved in are now enjoying life in their brand new apartments.

Home-hunters interested in joining the new residents at Ikon can gain a glimpse into what life could be like there by visiting the one-bedroom show apartment, which recently opened at the development.

Daniel Williamson, sales director for Bellway South London said, “We are so pleased to welcome our first residents to their new homes at Ikon.

“Ikon offers a wide range of properties, which have been designed with first-time buyers and professionals in mind. The apartments are also ideally located – just 10 miles from central London – so it is no surprise they have proven to be so popular.

“Help to Buy London is also available here – which means eligible purchasers can qualify for a Government loan of up to 40 per cent of their new home’s full price, so they only need a 55 per cent mortgage and a five per cent deposit.

“Due to the great deal of interest we have received, I would encourage home-hunters in Croydon to visit the development to avoid missing out on their dream home.”

There is a range of one, two and three-bedroom apartments currently available to buy at Ikon, with prices from £335,000.

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