The award looks for properties that have been redeveloped using fresh ideas that uphold the integrity of the original building and make best use of the retained features and surroundings.
The result was announced at this afternoon’s awards ceremony at the Waldorf Hilton in London.
Sutton Court transforms a former 1960s office building into a stunning new residential development comprising 82 one and two bedroom apartments. The building has been stripped back to the shell and core with an all new facade and two additional floors. Much of the scheme consists of intelligently designed micro-apartments, where every square inch of space has been maximised to deliver homes that are in reach of first time buyers.
The contemporary scheme is designed for aspirational young professionals with high-spec, high tech features including NEST Smart thermostats, 1GB Hyperoptic broadband – the UK’s fastest, engineered hardwood floors, Bosch appliances, granite worktops and Villeroy & Boch bathrooms.
Commenting, Lynda Clark, editor of First Time Buyer Magazine, said: “Sutton Court is a great example of how a once tired office building can be transformed into an exceptional range of attractive apartments where people clearly aspire to live. The compact space is used well and buyers here get a fantastic specification with a high quality finish which our judges were impressed with. As the apartments at Sutton Court offer great value for money, they provide an excellent choice for first time buyers looking to get onto the housing ladder. Well done Inspired Homes.”
If you are interested in purchasing an apartment at Sutton Court, contact the sales team on 020 8688 6552. Prices start at £269,950 and Help to Buy London is available meaning a new home could be yours with just a 5% and mortgage for 55% of the purchase price.