Berkeley Group Introduce New Property Search Tool to Help Buyers Find Ideal City Living

Property developers, Berkeley Group have launched My View, a brand new property search tool that allows new home buyers to search for their next property based on their preferred lifestyle choices.

The new tool boasts impressive panoramic views of London, captured by architectural photographer, Rob Crawshaw. Users can swipe the image left or right to reveal Berkeley Group developments that have been plotted against the impressive backdrop. This image is designed to help give buyers an indication of the type of view they can expect to take in from their new property.  Main features of My View include:

  • Panoramic image of London, plotted with a selection of Berkeley Group developments
  • Development information, such as building facilities
  • Search filter to show eateries, bars, shops, schools or green spaces in surrounding area
  • Google street view & information about nearby points of interest

Users simply select the lifestyle options best suited to their needs and My View will highlight the best developments for them. People can then further explore the developments by initially clicking a development plot that will display a brief synopsis and then click through again to reveal further information about the developments facilities, and nearby attractions. Notable attractions featured within the search tool include Battersea Park, Saatchi Gallery and National Maritime Museum.

Plans are being made to introduce a further set of developments, spanning beyond the City, with additional attractions and points of interest added as a result.

My View can be explored further here:

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