New homes in Teddington: Noël Square

Close to the Thames and Bushy Park, four-storey homes at Noël Square feature "super rooms" and underground parking.

The upmarket area of Teddington, which stretches inland from the Thames to Bushy Park, is much sought-after, with no dual carriageways or high-rise blocks nearby. 

Its high street reaches down to the river and the former television studios. A few boutiques, art shops and cafés have brightened its humdrum centre, while some imaginative new-builds are raising the architectural bar. 

Developer London Square adopts the traditional garden square as its template. Its latest project is a scheme of 18 townhouses opening directly on to a landscaped square — a relaxing space for neighbours to socialise. 

Each four-storey home has a ground-floor “super-room” with a kitchen, dining area and lounge, opening on to a rear garden. At the top of each house is a master bedroom suite with a terrace. The car park is underground.

Noël Square, pictured, named after playwright Noël Coward, who grew up in nearby Waldegrave Road, is being unveiled on January 23 by a member of the Noël Coward Society, with the square hosting a pop-up Italian artisan food fair. Prices from £1,295,000. Call 0333 666 2434.

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