Fairview, the developer behind the Vogue residential scheme in Enfield has announced it sold 40 per cent of the flats within the first few weeks of availability.
The project transformed a disused office building in Eaton Road into one, two and three bedroom apartments.
Fairview says that buyers have been attracted by the security of the homes.
Company sales director, Steven Allenby said: "Enfield is one of London’s more peaceful outposts and has become a sought-after location, but that doesn’t mean buyers think less about security.
"We are conscious that people want to feel safe wherever they live and this was an important consideration when we designed the Vogue apartments.
"Features like secure parking are attractive and the communal areas really distinguish Vogue from other developments. They are light and homely – a place where you can feel comfortable and chat to your neighbours.
"The apartments were designed with exclusivity in mind and we knew it was vital to maintain our attention to detail when it came to the communal areas."
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