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Apartment Poplar for sale on the London riverside, offering world-class amenities and facilities.
Apartment Poplar for sale – The Apartment
In this brand new development, there are 2 & 3 bedrooms apartments.
This apartment is a double-bedroom fully equipped with surface ranging from 765 sq. ft. (71,05 sq. mt.) to 930 sq. ft. (86,39 sq. mt.) of living space tastefully furnished, bright and welcoming.
The price ranges from 649,000 to 767,000 pounds.
Apartment Poplar for sale – The Condo
The residents will enjoy their own private outdoor space and access to a beautifully landscaped 2.5-acre (1-hectare) waterside park.
All the apartments enjoy the gym and a pub along the river, which are connected to the landscaped parklands in the first phase. Furthermore, a public square for community events, grocery stores, restaurants and cafés will all help transform Poplar into a unique new East London neighbourhood destination.
- 24h concierge service
- meeting room
- card room
- games room
- SPA & Wellness
- 20mt swimming pool
- cinema room
- resident’s lounge.
Apartment Poplar for sale – Location
One of the most striking features of Poplar is its rich architectural heritage. The area is dotted with beautiful Victorian buildings, including the famous St. Matthias Church, built in the 19th century and a fine example of Gothic Revival architecture. Other notable facilities in the area include the Poplar Baths, designed by the architect E.C.P. Monson and opened in 1852.
Poplar is a neighbourhood in the East End of London, England, part of the London borough of Tower Hamlets, located approximately 9 kilometres east of Charing Cross. The borough borders Limehouse to the west, the Isle of Dogs to the south, Blackwall to the east, Mile End and Bromley-by-Bow and Bow to the north.
At first, the East End consisted of the neighbourhoods of Whitechapel and Stepney. Then, at the end of the 19th century, the neighbourhoods of Bethnal Green, Poplar and Shoreditch were added. Today, however, it corresponds to the neighbourhoods of Spitalfields, Smithfield, Whitechapel (all part of the borough of Tower Hamlets), plus the southern section of Hackney. This district was created at a time when London was expanding rapidly, and these dormitory areas are a microcosm of the Victorian era. In the past, Whitechapel became particularly famous in the 19th century for the gruesome murders committed by Jack the Ripper (known at the time as “The Whitechapel Murderer”). Brick Lane takes its name from the long road that starts in Whitechapel and runs north to Shoreditch. Shoreditch stretches from Old Street to Kingsland Road in Hackney Town Hall but culturally is part of the East End. The most sought-after residential neighbourhoods of East London are Bermondsey, Bethnal Green, City of London, Clerkenwell, Deptford, Docklands, Greenwich, Hackney, Ilford, Okendoon, London, Royal Docks, Shoreditch, Spitalfields, Stoke Newington, Stratford, Tower Hamlets, Walthamstow, Wapping, Whitechapel, Woolwich.
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