£113,250 - £162,000
1 and 2 bedroom apartments
London, Greater London
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More information about Ropemakers Yard...
Ropemakers Yard is a stylish collection of brand new homes in popular Stepney, offering a mix of one and two-bed apartments and three-bed maisonettes for shared ownership sale. All apartments have private balconies, terraces or winter gardens, some with amazing city skyline views. All have sleek kitchens and bathrooms, a flowing open plan design and a high quality finish. A fitness suite and 24 hour concierge service are available on site. 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). Crossrail and the Elizabeth line will be arriving in late 2019 at Whitechapel station.
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.
For shopping and leisure, you can reach Stratford, home to Westfield and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic park in around 20 mins via public transport.
*All times and distances are approximate. Travel times are taken from tfl.gov.uk
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