Hot homes: renovation projects

Young Londoners and growing families who sharpen their DIY skills can make a tidy profit by searching for unmodernised homes in need of some TLC. We take a property tour to uncover some of the latest renovation opportunities throughout the capital
Young Londoners who sharpen their DIY skills can make a tidy profit by making an unmodernised property their first home. Homes with space - but in need of some TLC - can be a great way for couples to embark on family life, too.

Even in London’s most sought-after neighbourhoods and popular school catchment areas you can find renovation projects where the work required is no more technical than replacing doors, windows and floors and giving the place a new lick of paint. And serious space creators will extend into the side returns, basements and lofts to add space and value.

We take a property tour to uncover the latest renovation opportunities throughout the capital.

Cliff Road, Camden NW1
£249,950.
This one-bedroom flat is within a period conversion close to Camden and Caledonian Road Tube stations. In need of some updating, it has bags of potential with a good-sized reception room leading to a private rear patio.

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