Aug 16, 2018

The price of the average Balham property has risen by 4.95% over the past two years  and by 25.68% over the last five years,  where average sold prices in neighbouring Clapham have decreased by 3.31% in the same period. The vibrant South London neighbourhood is popular with everyone from young professionals to families, creating strong demand for properties of all sizes. Launching this September, the latest development from Joseph Homes, The Tramyard is set to satisfy the needs of even Balham’s most discerning of buyers.

With a prime location on Balham High Road, between Balham and Tooting Bec underground stations, The Tramyard offers 70 stylish, contemporary one and two-bedroom apartments, two and three-bedroom duplexes and penthouse. The aspirational new homes bring a fresh look to this sought-after area of London. 

Julia Reynolds, Sales and Marketing Director of Joseph Homes comments: “Balham is such an intriguing part of London and we wanted to deliver apartments that offer the same level of excitement and vibrancy. There’s an edgy, urban cool that pervades the area and attracts buyers looking for a particular blend of style, comfort and elegance. We’ve built all that and more into The Tramyard, making the homes ideal for buyers looking for something a cut above the rest.” 

The Tramyard will deliver exceptional interiors that have been thoughtfully designed to meet the needs of modern city dwellers. Sleek, tasteful kitchens and bathrooms complement beautifully presented living areas, continuing Joseph Homes’ strong reputation delivering the highest quality specification and exacting attention to detail, which led them to win the Best Apartment award at the First Time Buyer Awards and Highly Commended in the Best Apartment category in the Evening Standard Awards 2018. 

Apartments at The Tramyard will be released in September 2018, with prices starting from £499,999 and selected homes available to purchase through the London Help to Buy scheme. For more information, please visit or to register your interest, please call 0208 037 4230.
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