Property Type: Resale Property
Floor Area: 468sqft (44m²)
Service Charge: Unkown
Estimated Completion: Q4 2018
Lease Year: Unknow
This is an off-plan sale - the property is due for completion in Q4 2018.Set across 64 acres, with 14 acres of parklands and 42 acres of open water including an idyllic nature reserve, Woodberry Wetlands. The homes that will make up Woodberry Down are part of a truly exciting transformation that will enrich the area’s spectacular natural surroundings.Intricate layers of grassy spaces are interspersed with lovely play areas and varied planting, forming a majestic green landscape along the New River; further enhanced by panoramic City and nature views over the open waters of the Stoke Newington reservoirs.Here, residents can enjoy a relaxing yet active waterside lifestyle like no other.The Nature Collection invites residents to enjoy the harmony and calmness of uninterrupted nature and City views.Set on the banks of the Woodberry Wetlands, a tranquil, abundant nature reserve, animated by urban wildlife year-round. This is London living of an entirely different nature.The four buildings that make up the Nature Collection – The Shoreline, Goldcrest, Sandpiper, and Skylark Point – vary in scale from five to 18 floors, offering an array of apartments to suit individual needs. An attractive Residents’ Garden is a prelude to the idyllic parks, and the open water of the Woodberry Wetlands. The beauty of nature is captured at every turn, kindling a remarkable sense of retreat from the City.
GYM & Spa
24 Hour Concierge
Bars & Restaurants
Manor House Station/ Finsbury Park 8 min
Harringay Green Lanes Station 14 min
Sainsbury's 15 min
City Of London Business College 18 min
Stamford Hill Station 21 min
Kings Cross 18 min
Covent Garden 25 min
Canary Wharf 30 min
London City Airport 35 min
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