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3 Bedroom End of Terrace House For Sale

Elmwood Crescent, Kingsbury, London, NW9 0NL


Key Features

  • Brand-new collection of six stunning energy-efficient 3 & 4 Bedroom terraced houses in a peaceful cul-de-sac.
  • Newly built to modern standards
  • Landscaped private gardens including trees & flower-rich perennials
  • Private parking space & electric car charging point
  • Located approximately 0.7 of a mile from Kingsbury
  • Excellent choice of public transport nearby including the Jubilee Line at Kingsbury and the Northern Line at Colindale (24 minutes to Baker Street, 21 minutes to Euston).
  • 10 Year structural warranty
  • Part exchange considered.
  • Reservation terms apply – contact the agent for full details.


NEW BUILD - READY FOR OCCUPATION -  Plot 4c is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, End of Terrace house forming part of this exclusive development ‘The Elmwood', a brand-new collection of six stunning energy-efficient 3 & 4 bedroom terraced houses in a peaceful cul-de-sac.

INCENTIVES offered by the developer include: Furniture, Garden & Landscaping allowances, or Stamp Duty contributions to the chain-free buyer. Contact the agent for full details and terms.

PART EXCHANGE or CHAIN BREAK will be considered by the developer. If you are in a chain or simply have a property to sell before you can commit to a purchase, then please reach out to us to discuss options available.

PRICES start from £700,000 to £835,000.

Current plot availability (*availability subject to change without notice)

Plot 4a - 3 bed - 3 bathroom - 101sqm/1087 sqft – £750,000

Plot 4b - 3 bed - 2 bathroom - 100 sqm/1076 sqft - £730,000 

Plot 4c - 3 bed - 2 bathroom - 90 sqm/968 sqft - £700,000 

Plot 5a - 3 bed - 3 bathroom - 94 sqm/1011 sqft - £740,000

Plot 5b - 4 bed - 3 bathroom - 121 sqm/1302 sqft – £835,000 - SOLD 

Plot 5c - 3 bed - 3 bathroom - 118 sqm/1270 sqft - £800,000 - SOLD

Contact the Ewemove sales team to arrange your viewing time.


• Newly built to modern standards

• Heating & hot water via heat pumps (no reliance on gas)

• Traditional brick & block construction

• Extensive insulation to floors, walls, and roofs

• Double / triple glazed aluminium/timber windows / rooflights

• Underfloor heating throughout

• Enhanced airtightness coupled with automated ventilation with heat recovery

• Air conditioning

• Solar panels

• Landscaped private gardens including trees & flower-rich perennials

• Private parking space & electric car charging point

• Secure cycle storage

• Modern kitchens with quartz worktops & full suite of integrated appliances

• Engineered oak flooring to living & dining areas

• Carpets & fitted wardrobes to bedrooms

• Large format tiles & matt black fittings to bathrooms

• Built-in LED lighting

. USB sockets to kitchen and bedrooms

• Wheelchair accessible & adaptable design

• 10 Year structural warranty

• New pavement & road surface

• Wall & roof insulation with BRE green guide rating of A+ contains up to 84% recycled glass that would have otherwise gone to landfill.

. Pre-wired for Virgin Media internet

. Part exchange considered.

Council Tax Band: Not yet assigned.

From the Developer:

“The test of good housing is not whether it can be built easily, but whether it can be lived in easily.” Eric Lyons

The site on which these terraced and semi detached houses have been built has a long history of innovation. 100 years ago, distinguished local architect Ernest Trobridge built 3 chalets on this land using a novel idea for tackling the post-war housing shortage. His experiments with how freshly cut timber shrunk led him to patent his “Compressed Green Wood Construction” method. It would use local materials to quickly build affordable yet comfortable homes. Today, the chalets are gone but the innovation continues with these energy-efficient, beautiful, and competitively priced homes.

Savvy homebuyers know that self-built homes designed in close collaboration between client and architect or those built by architects for themselves are superior in both design and build quality. The numerous pitfalls of building a house on your own are well-known too. These houses embody the quality and ethos of a self-build or architects' house without the inevitable stress and mistakes of building your home. They are the result of a long-standing collaboration between a talented architect and a property developer with obsessive attention to detail. The delight of great architecture with the peace of mind of robust quality.

Many property developers treat their occupation as just a profit-driven business whilst compliance with regulations and energy efficiency requirements is viewed as a box-ticking exercise. If attention is paid to detail, it is often cynically directed just towards what can be seen and touched during a brief viewing like fancy bathroom fittings, fluffy carpets, and branded kitchen appliances. Kitchens and bathrooms are likely to be replaced every 20 to 30 years, while the structure and fabric of the building must remain standing and perform for far longer. Careless errors and poor decisions made during construction are often impossible or costly to remedy later.

These houses, on the other hand, were built to express the art of property development, to deliver class-leading homes at an attainable price-point with beautiful exteriors and interiors, optimal layouts, energy efficiency, free from careless mistakes, and fit for the future. Countless hours and late nights were spent to get even the smallest details right. An artisanal approach, for the pleasure of building well, surely beats one driven just by profit.

If you pay close attention to the quality and details, you will recognise these are probably considered to be some of the most attractive new houses at this price point across London.

The Development:

Influenced by the surrounding vernacular, a palette of subtle brick, large grey-green windows from Denmark, cast stone, and black roofs has been employed to create six beautiful houses surrounded by extensive greenery. The interiors are designed for modern life and defined by contemporary materials and forms.

Meticulously built to reduce energy consumption and maximise interior comfort, each house has an impressive range of environmental credentials, including triple-glazed rooflights, air source heat pumps, underfloor heating, solar panels, electric car charging points, extensive insulation, enhanced air tightness, and automated ventilation with heat recovery from exhaust air. The houses are thus constantly supplied with fresh air without needing to open any windows! Air-conditioning has also been provided to future proof against rising summer temperatures whilst solar panels will ensure minimal operating costs on the hottest days of the year.

The houses are built to comply with the latest stringent 2022/23 building regulations and the project has recently been featured in Brent Magazine as an exceptional case of highly sustainable development in the borough.

The interiors are flooded with natural light and feature clean lines as well as stunning kitchens with quartz worktops and a full suite of appliances. The living areas benefit from natural oak flooring while the bedrooms have been provided with generous built-in wardrobes. There is a consistent theme of matt black touchpoints and grey joinery throughout.

The generous private gardens will be attractively landscaped with a broad variety of evergreen plants and perennials, adding a dash of colour to the outdoor space while also providing additional shade and privacy.

Each house benefits from its own off-street parking space and a secure bike shed and bin store. The entire pavement and road surface in front of the houses has also been replaced.

The houses further benefit from pre-wiring for Virgin Media, extensive Cat-6 cabling throughout, “Heatmiser” smart hubs to control the underfloor heating, and pre-selected smart home upgrades which can be ordered via an online portal. A 10-year structural warranty by Protek will be provided to the buyer along with a private one-on-one handover to explain the operation of systems and services upon completion.

The Architect & the Developer:

AtelierWest is a London-based architectural practice specialising in high-end yet sustainable projects in Prime London locations. The practice has an impressive portfolio of both residential and commercial projects which take inspiration from their surroundings.

Double Line Developments is an artisanal property development company priding itself on exceptional attention to detail and design, use of optimal layouts and the highest quality materials. Specialising in new builds and period conversions aimed at providing an amazing living experience for the end user.

Having also signed up to the “Consumer Code for New Homes” they are proud to provide this additional peace of mind for buyers.

The Area:

Elmwood Crescent is a small cul-de-sac in a residential area close to Row Green Park and many other open recreational areas including Fryent Country Park. Located approximately 0.7 of a mile from Kingsbury (Borough of Brent) but equally as close to Colindale (Borough of Barnet) there is an excellent choice of public transport nearby including the Jubilee Line at Kingsbury and the Northern Line at Colindale, both enjoying an easy connection into Central London (24 minutes to Baker Street, 21 minutes to Euston).

Brent River College and The Village School are nearby and currently boast good and exceptional OFSTED results.

Although both Kingsbury and Colindale offer extensive shops and services, you can also find some excellent shopping in nearby Burnt Oak, Edgware, Wembley, Barnet, Harrow, and Brent Cross.

For those that commute by car then the A5, Edgware Road, is moments away as is the M1 junction and A406 North Circular Road all providing fast access to the surrounding locations. With Luton Airport just up the M1 or Heathrow off to the west then one's business or leisure trips become even more convenient.

This information is indicative and intended to act as a guide only.

Measurements are as a guide only. Interested parties should take their own measurements for clarity should they feel it necessary.

NOTE: Some images shown are from the 'development' in general and not necessarily of a specific plot. Interested parties should view the plot of interest and make their own reference to any images within the marketing materials/advertisements of the development.


Additional Information:

  • Council Tax: Band TBC