Please to see that new homes at available on 308-310 North End Road. This is the site of the Old Barrow Boy pub which had been closed for years. a new Italian restaurant Rigatoni has also been opened.
The Barrow Apartments are being delivered by London-based developer Setha, which was founded 10 years ago by Italian property developer Manuel Alsoni. The company has since gone from strength to strength, building a portfolio of properties across London and the south east and a positive reputation for delivering style and elegance synonymous with Italy.
This development includes studio, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom properties, all of which have been designed to the highest specification, offering contemporary interiors and bespoke furnishings inspired by Setha’s Italian roots. This high-quality finish is most certainly what sets the Barrow Apartments apart from larger developments, though the prices are comparable.
CEO and Founder of Setha, Manuel Alsoni said:
“Setha are pleased to build on our growing London property portfolio with the delivery of six elegant homes in the heart of the popular Fulham area. Quality design is at the forefront of our offering and we believe that this approach shines through in the beautiful interiors and high-quality finish of the Barrow Apartments.”
The properties are a great option for first time buyers, who are expected to jump at the opportunity to acquire a Fulham property with the assistance of Help to Buy. Buy-to-Let landlords are also expected to be drawn to the development, owing to Fulham’s continued popularity.
The apartments are available for purchase from Dexters. Prices starting at £450,000.
Always painful to see a traditional London pub close, but this looks like a good alternative use for the site. Sympathetic densification of living space with a restaurant on the ground floor. Perhaps Jeremy Hunt fancies a couple of these flats for his portfolio?