THE FIELDER APARTMENTS LAUNCHED AT TELFORD HOMES’ BOW TRINITY
The Fielder Apartments located on Hamlets Way in Bow E3, are the latest phase to launch at Telford Homes’ successful residential development, Bow Trinity. Situated in the heart of East London, the Fielder Apartments is a collection of 56 studio, one, two and three bedroom stylish apartments located close to Mile End tube station.
Bow has been attracting increasing numbers of young professionals and investors looking to own a property within a short distance of the Capitals major business districts and fashionable locations. The area has become even more popular since the Olympic Games last summer when visitors experienced the convenient transport links and saw the extent of local redevelopment.
Bow’s proximity to The City and Canary Wharf – both can be reached in under 10 minutes – as well as to popular shopping and cultural areas, has established the area as a relatively affordable alternative to nearby Hoxton, Shoreditch and Dalston.
Designed around a landscaped private courtyard, each home at The Fielder Apartments will have a private terrace or balcony as well as access to a communal roof terrace for residents only. The apartments come fully fitted with contemporary Urban Myth kitchens, fully integrated Smeg appliances, wardrobes to the master bedroom and flooring throughout.
Residents of The Fielder Apartments will be within walking distance of popular London parks including Victoria Park, which is home to several well-known food, culture and music festivals each year, nearby Mile End Park and the latest addition to London’s green spaces, The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Part opening next month, The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will add even more appeal to the area.
Bow offers a range of restaurants, bars and pubs from the Fat Cat Café, Bow Bells pub, the Orange Room and The Morgan Arms. World-class restaurants and bars are only a short distance away at Shoreditch, Canary Wharf and Hoxton including Roka, Boisdale of Canary Wharf, Michellin- starred Galvin La Chapelle, Shoreditch House, The Boundary, Loungelover and Hawksmoor.
David Campbell, Group Sales and Marketing Director at Telford Homes, comments:
“As house prices have continued to rise in East London, areas like Bow have increasingly come into focus amongst young professionals and investors priced out of nearby prime locations. Over the years Bow has attracted an eclectic mix of buyers including those working within creative industries which has given the area a bohemian feel much like Dalston, Hoxton and Shoreditch. Its proximity to key business, retail, educational and cultural opportunities has established it as one of the key East London growth areas.”
The superb transport links from Bow mean that residents at The Fielder Apartments can spend more time enjoying London and less time commuting. The DLR services at Bow Church station connect to central London, The City and Canary Wharf in less than ten minutes. Mile End underground station, and the Central, District and Hammersmith & City lines, is within a two minute walk, with connections to Liverpool Street in 6 minutes, Bank in 8 minutes and Oxford Circus in 16 minutes. In addition, the 24/7 local bus service provides access to Highbury and Islington and Canary Wharf in under five minutes. Bow is also within easy reach of the Olympic Park in Stratford as well as the Capital’s newest shopping centre, Westfield Stratford City, in just three minutes. Those looking for adventure can head to Stratford International where direct services to Ebbsfleet International provide global connections to Paris, Milan and beyond.
The next release within Fielder Apartments will see prices starting from £260,000 for a one-bedroom apartment with first completions expected in Spring/Summer 2014.