The Boundary, 2 bed homes
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The Boundary lies within easy reach of the City of London, with nearby Clapton Overground station offering a journey time of just 16 minutes into Liverpool St. The cultural and leisure amenities of Hackney and Stratford are close by, with Hackney Marshes a short walk away and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park just beyond.
This brand new, spacious and well-specified 2 bedroom 4th & 5th (top) floor duplex apartment benefits from a good size terrace overlooking a park and south-facing views toward Canary Wharf. Our homes offer a modern,sustainable living choice, finished to provide a tasteful, neutral canvas…ready for you to add your own, unique signature.
Local area information
The apartments face up Lea Bridge Road to take advantage of the lovely views across Millfields Park next door or just a 9 minute walk to the Hackney Downes. Setting up home here will give you a chance to be part of welcoming, close-knit community. But with great travel links on hand it’ll be easy to reach neighbouring areas and the rest of London.
There are plenty of green spaces to relax in locally. Millfields Park is right next to The Boundary with lovely avenues, wide, open fields and a cricket pitch. The River Lea runs behind the park and you can walk beside this to get to Springfield Park with its pond and children’s adventure playground. Hackney Downs has plenty of walking trails and tennis courts and is just a 10-minute walk away, and the much larger Victoria Park is around 22 minutes on the bus.
Min share price from: £146,250 for a 25% share
Full price from: £585,000
Minimum deposit from: £7,313
Monthly rent from: £914
There is only one available priced at £146,250 for a 25% share.
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