A second phase of new homes at the popular Elements scheme in Enfield has launched, after the first set of apartments successfully sold out at the landmark regeneration project.
Developer Countryside is offering the new phase called Tellus that has one and two-bedroom apartments, with prices starting from £320,000 with Help to Buy available.
This phase is expected to complete in August 2020, following the start of construction in February this year.
The development is transforming the area opposite Ponders End station, which offers direct services into Liverpool Street, with almost 1,000 new homes and has provided a revamped station square.
The homes will offer open-plan living spaces and kitchen and dining areas with integrated appliances. Residents will benefit from outside space through a garden, terrace or balcony, as well as a private resident’s courtyard that has a play area.
In this new phase 90 bicycle storage spaces are being included, while residents will also benefit from two years of free membership to Enterprise car club.
Tellus will have a medical centre and energy centre, which will power the Alma Estate through a District Heating Network that is owned and managed by Enfield Council’s energy company energetik.
Robert Wilkinson, managing director for partnerships east London at Countryside, said: “The previous phase was highly sought-after by both Enfield residents and those from further afield, and so we’re looking forward to helping more Londoners onto the property ladder.
“For those looking for a modern, well-connected home with enviable transport links into London, Elements is the perfect opportunity.”
For further information visit: www.elements-enfield.com
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