Wellington Row, pictured, is the first phase of the hospital conversion project — prices from £1.15 million — while Cedar Place is a phase of new four-bedroom, three-storey townhouses set in 19 acres of protected woodland and fields, with prices from £2,899,950.
There is a residents’ gym and concierge service, and the site is convenient for Wimbledon’s excellent schools and quick transport links into central London. Call Berkeley Homes on 020 8003 6139 for more information.
Meanwhile, the boundary of Kensington and Chelsea, extending west to the railway tracks of White City, is poised to get a big boost with the transformation of industrial land. More West in Freston Road, W10, is a new-build scheme of 57 apartments that’s solid-looking and designed to reduce noise. Developer Peabody is offering a stamp duty incentive of £28,350 on two-bedroom flats priced £767,000. Call 020 7021 4842.