Snap up a world-class address in Westminster

By Bea Patel, TLE Property Editor and Director of Shop for an Agent

Westminster’s concentration of historic landmarks and visitor attractions is one of the highest in London. It includes the Palace of Westminster, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Cathedral and Westminster Abbey.

Now there’s a rare opportunity to buy a home there. A luxury two-bedroom show home has opened to the public for the first time on Saturday 30 January 2016 – the final phase of apartments at Berkeley Homes’ new development, Abell & Cleland. Some homes will be available for occupation this spring – ideal for buyers looking to move within a few months. Prices start from £1.5m.


Pool at Abell & Cleland in Westminster

The development offers more than a home. It provides the lifestyle you’d expect from this sought-after address. The neighbourhood of Westminster has a mix of shops specialising in fine arts and antiques, bespoke tailors and delicatessens. It’s position lets residents enjoy the cultural and culinary delights London is celebrated for.

Just minutes away from the Houses of Parliament on London’s John Islip Street, this new central London development has one, two and three-bedroom apartments and penthouses set across two buildings. There is a concierge service available 24 hours a day to manage security and welcome residents, attending to daily needs such as dry cleaning and booking restaurants or theatre tickets, while a private residents’ leisure complex has a pool, sauna and fitness centre.


Lobby, Abell House in Westminster

There is also a private conference suite and a full valet service in the underground car park. The landscaped gardens add the final touch in the otherwise urban setting.

Sales director for Berkeley Homes (Central London), Simon Howard, said: “Abell & Cleland offers a very rare opportunity to buy a sophisticated new home in Westminster; the heart of historic London and the political epicentre of the country.

“For those looking to purchase property in this great city, what better place than among the grandeur of Westminster; a remarkable location, which is recognised around the world.”

Image credit: Berkeley Homes

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