Lansbury Square , 2 bed homes
Final two bedroom apartments available from £123,125 with Shared Ownership, don't miss out!
L&Q at Lansbury Square
Spacious two bedroom apartments both with private outdoor space and two bathrooms, an open-plan kitchen and dining area with integrated appliances, as well as ample storage. Located in the heart of Poplar, one of London’s fast changing areas benefiting from a £280 million investment. Residents of Lansbury Square benefit from convenient on-site amenities which includes a 24 hour concierge service and communal courtyard. If you enjoy a more active lifestyle, the development also includes a gym and is well located for access to the local park.
For those who would like to and are able to visit us, the Show Home is now open on an appointment-only basis, with extra measures in place to ensure your wellbeing. Please call us to book your appointment. If you would prefer to speak to our Sales Team from your own home, they are still on hand and can conduct appointments via phone, email and by virtual tour. *We are taking extra precautions to ensure the health and wellbeing of our customers, staff and members of the public.
Local area information
These homes are located just minutes from Langdon Park DLR from where you can reach Canary Wharf within 7 minutes. Lansbury Square is also well located for access to schools in the area, this combined with its close proximity to Canary Wharf and local amenities, make it a great option for professionals as well as families. Offering fantastic value for money without compromising your London location, this could be a great place to call your home. Roman Road Market, Victoria Park, and Brick Lane are also nearby.
Min share price from: £123,125 for a 25% share
Full price from: £492,500
Minimum deposit from: £12,313
Monthly rent from: £693
There are 2 available ranging from £123,125 for a 25% share to £132,500 for a 25% share.
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