Fantastic location; Adelaide Wharf is an award-winning block, and this upper level apartment catches the morning sun and is well positioned to take advantage of the best local amenities: first and foremost, Haggerston Park, right across the road and boasting sun-traps, tennis courts and Hackney City Farm with its cafe and bike mechanic. But that’s just the start of it – on the other side, East London’s cycle highway – Regents Canal tow-path, to the West End and Camden via Islington, and also to Greenwich via Canary Wharf. And we haven’t even mentioned how handy it is for the local hot-spots – Broadway Market, London Fields Park and Lido pool; Dalston, transport and social center, Shoreditch and Hoxton.
The flat comprises of;
1 Large Livingroom / Fully fitted kitchen with balcony
2 Bathrooms (1 en-suite)
The complex is very secure and there is a concierge.
Service Charges and Ground rent: £2200 per year
Lease 250 years
Make sure to book in to the release viewing on Saturday, by appointment only.
Too-long overlooked as the regrettable filler in a Dalston/Shoreditch sandwich, Haggerston's moment has finally arrived. The newly rejuvenated arches ferrying the Overground north to Dalston and south to Hoxton have hosted an explosion of cool openings in recent years, from classy Japanese eateries to daffy east-London concept cafés. All this in close proximity to pubs both impeccably hip and craft-based, and comfortably ‘EastEnders’ grimy, and easy access to the lush Columbia Road Flower Market every Sunday.
Regent’s Canal towpath offers a serene and rather pretty passage to Angel, Camden, London Fields and Victoria Park, and animal lovers can enjoy the joyously trippy experience of pigs, goats, cockerels and more marking their territory in Hackney City Farm.
Excellent. Not only is Kinglsand Road a major artery for buses, but the new tube-linked overground stops right beside this place.
All north-bound busses go to Dalston, on to Stoke Newington, Tottenham or Hackney Central.
South-bound the 149 goes via Liverpool Street to London Bridge; the 243 turns at Old Street and goes via Clerkenwell to TCR; 242 via City to TCR, East London classics 38 and 55 also within walking distance.
Great cycle routes all around, the most prominent being the canal toe-path west to Nottinghill via Islington and Camden, also a nice alternative for the West End. This route continues East to Canary Wharf via Mile End and Limehouse, then on to Greenwich through the pedestrian tunnel.
Queensbridge Road, London E2 8FB, United Kingdom