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Sterling Place Success: Indian investors enthusiastic about owning property in South West London

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Last month saw our India office launch Barratt London’s latest new development – Sterling Place. The launches in Delhi and Mumbai captured the attention of eager clients and savvy investors alike, marking a significant milestone for the UK’s largest housebuilder.

Sterling Place Launched in India

Sterling Place, situated in one of London’s greenest Boroughs, is hugely popular amongst Indian investors looking to invest in the flourishing and sought-after London property market. With proximity to some of the world’s top-ranked universities, this exciting new development in South West London’s Merton Borough is redefining comfort and style.

A sought-after lifestyle

Sterling Place is close to some of the most affluent London neighbourhoods, such as Richmond, Wimbledon and Kingston, making it a very sought-after development. The launches in Delhi and Mumbai showcased the growing interest and enthusiasm among potential buyers, with many investors reserving their properties on the spot.

Sterling Place in South West London

Barratt London’s legacy and commitment to quality shine through in this project, reaffirming its position as an industry leader. For those interested in Barratt London’s impressive portfolio and Sterling Place, here are some more interesting facts about this promising new development.

The emergence of Indian investors in London real estate

London has long been a magnet for global investors, and Indians are emerging as key players in this trend. The city’s reliable and robust real estate sector, coupled with the increasing demand for accommodation for students attending prestigious universities, has fuelled Indian interest in London properties.

Sterling Place Success

Sterling Place, with its strategic location and world-class amenities, perfectly aligns with the preferences of discerning Indian investors seeking both quality living spaces and promising returns. To help you get a more comprehensive understanding of what makes the UK capital such a hotspot for Indians, here’s a quick read on why Indian investors love London properties.

A partnership for the ages

The strategic partnership between Barratt London and Benham & Reeves further solidifies the appeal of Sterling Place for Indian investors. As a trusted name in UK property, Benham & Reeves has been entrusted with the responsibility of selling one of the largest London property portfolios to Indian investors.

Barratt London and Benham & Reeves

With dedicated offices in Delhi and Mumbai, our local teams are experienced in catering to the needs of Indian clients directly, as well as through associations with investment advisors and financial consultants. Find out more about this strategic alliance between two established names in the London property market.

Many more exciting projects to come

As Indians continue to diversify their investments, becoming one of the major players in London’s property market, Sterling Place stands out as a golden opportunity. Whether driven by the desire for a secure investment, a home away from home, or providing comfortable accommodation for their children, the project encapsulates the diverse needs and aspirations of Indian investors.

The success of Sterling Place in Delhi and Mumbai is not just a success story for Barratt London and us; it is a chapter in the larger narrative of Indians embracing London’s real estate market. We have an exciting calendar of upcoming launches across India – get in touch with our India office to book your place!


About the Author

Established in 1958, Benham and Reeves is one of London’s oldest, independently owned property lettings and sales agents.  With specialism in residential sales, corporate lettings and property management in prime areas of London, the company operates from 21 prominently located branches and 14 international offices.