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EAST IS BEST AT ST PAUL’S SQUARE, BOW

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30/09/2016

 

A far cry from cockney-rhyming and barrow boys selling their wares, the east of London is fast proving to be one of the most desirable areas to live in the capital. With more Londoner’s living east of Tower Bridge than west, its popularity is ever increasing*.

East is Best at St Paul’s Square, Bow

Award-winning developer Countryside’s St Paul’s Square is an exciting development of one, two, three and four bedroom apartments located in Bow E3 in the heart of this vibrant region. 

Known for its community spirit and buzzing atmosphere, St Paul’s Square is popular with young professionals and families alike. Nini Mishra (32), a management consultant based in Bank recently jumped onto the housing ladder at St Paul’s Square and commented: “There is a buzzing atmosphere in East London with lots of quirky restaurants, markets and bohemian bars. I enjoy the nightlife of nearby Shoreditch and Bethnal Green, but I also still have the space of Mile End Park which is five minutes around the corner as well as the Canal at Limehouse Cut. The development itself is also a social hub. We have a Facebook and WhatsApp group and regularly plan socials together. It makes a great community for like-minded young professionals.”

A growing and developing community means that there are endless opportunities for residents at St Paul’s Square to enjoy what the east end has to offer. The artistic hub of Brick Lane is close by and offers a large number of galleries, markets and regular festivals to enjoy.  For a more floral experience, Columbia Road Flower Market takes place on Sundays when the entire street is transformed into a retreat filled with flowers, plants and an entertaining atmosphere. Westfield Stratford City is a mere three miles away, being one of Europe’s largest shopping malls it offers a huge variety of shops, a multiplex cinema and a wide range of restaurants and bars.

Andrew Loveday, Sales Director at Countryside comments: “With the rising popularity of East London, it’s no wonder that St Paul’s Square is proving so popular. The newly opened night-tube runs through this area, making it even more attractive and offers a generous opportunity for value growth. These contemporary apartments are in the prime position to take advantage of both the lively local area, and the excellent transport connections. This combined with a real sense of community, creates the perfect urban home.”

Helping house-hunters to get onto the property ladder in East London, many of the properties at St Paul’s Square can be purchased through the London Help to Buy scheme. This allows buyers to purchase with as little as a 5% deposit and a 55% mortgage based on the value of the home. The Government will then provide an equity loan of up to 40% of the property’s value, which is interest-free for the first five years.

The latest release at St Paul’s Square, Le Mare Terrace features a range of one and two bedroom apartments, with an elegant finish.  Offering an open plan kitchen, living and dining area, there is a large amount of space for entertaining guests. The large windows, balconies or terraces boast views over London and flood the apartments with natural light. The spacious master bedroom boasts a fitted wardrobe, along with access to a contemporary bathroom. The second bedroom offers a flexible space, as another bedroom or it could be used as an office. Finished to a high standard, the kitchen is sophisticated with grey fitted units, gloss accents and stone worktops throughout. Bathrooms are sleek and modern with ceramic tiles, chrome accessories, and driftwood detailing throughout.

Situated within zone 2, busy city workers will find St Paul’s Square perfectly located just over a mile from Canary Wharf and also within easy access of excellent transport links for commuting in and around London. Mile End underground station is less than a mile away, located on the Central, Hammersmith & City and District lines. Liverpool Street is a short five-minute tube journey away, whilst Oxford Circus can be reached in less than 15 minutes. As well as having superb access to central London, the surrounding area boasts a remarkable amount of green space, with the popular Mile End Park right next door, and Bartlett Park equally as close. Landscaped gardens and children’s play areas are dotted around the development, ensuring that each resident can get some fresh air.

Prices for the one bedroom Le Mare Terrace apartment starts at £420,000, with two bedroom properties available from £492,500. Selected properties are available with the London Help to Buy Scheme. The marketing suite and show homes are open seven days a week from 10 am to 5 pm, for more information and to register your interest, please call 07900 769 752, email stpaulssquare@cpplc.com or visit www.countryside-properties.com.

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Information correct at time of publication.


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