Ropemakers Yard, 1 bed homes
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These apartments have a generous open plan living/kitchen/dining area with Bosch integrated appliances and a high-quality finish throughout. Other features in these homes include a built-in wardrobe in the master bedroom, a large bathroom, generous private balconies and ample storage.
A fitness suite and 24 hour concierge service are available to residents. London Help to Buy is also available at this development.
Residents will benefit from being a short walk to both Stepney Green underground station (District and Hammersmith & City lines) and Limehouse (DLR).
Limehouse to Fenchurch Street - 5 mins (C2C)
Limehouse to Bank - 5 Mins (DLR)
Limehouse to Canary Wharf - 4 mins (DLR)
Stepney Green to Liverpool street - 9 mins (Hammersmith & City / District)
Stepney Green to Victoria - 22 mins (District)
Stepney Green to Oxford Circus - 20 mins (Hammersmith & City / District & Central)
For essentials, Tesco express, a post office and chemist are within walking distance. Ropemakers Yard also has several primary and secondary schools with good or outstanding Ofsted ratings nearby.
*All times and distances are approximate. Travel times are taken from tfl.gov.uk
Local area information
The communal garden opens out on to Whitehorse Road Park and Stepney Green Park is just a little further beyond. On the other side of the canal is the attractive Mile End Park with its stunning waterside art pavilion and terraced gardens. Limehouse is now home to a variety of galleries, artisan cafes, craft beer pubs and live music venues.
Prices are not available yet for Ropemakers Yard but you can register your interest to be notified when prices become available.
Plot breakdowns are not available yet for Ropemakers Yard but you can register your interest to be notified when prices become available.
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