9 Contemporary Apartments
for sale in

Queensbridge Road
London Fields, London E8 4LA


4 two bedroom, 5 three bedroom, prices from £295,000 available Autumn 2011 or to buy off plan now.

When it comes to investing in a location for Belgrave House, we couldn’t be more confident; with the 2012 Olympics fast approaching and the regeneration of Stratford, the skyline of Hackney is set to change radically.

Other nearby destinations, include the capital’s technology hub, famously nicknamed Silicon Roundabout. Known to most as the point where Old Street meets City Road, it links the financial square mile with the creatives of Clerkenwell, setting an evident trend as the preferential location for innovation and commerce. In the other direction are Shoreditch and Brick Lane, which are home to independent galleries, boutique shops, buzzy markets, restaurants, bars and clubs.

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  • 250 year lease to all apartments
  • 10 year Guarantee (BLP)
  • Passenger lift to apartments
  • Independent air sourced heat pumps
  • Fitted wardrobes to principal bedrooms
  • 20% renewable energy


  • High gloss contemporary kitchens
  • Fully fitted with granite surfaces
  • Sink unit (under mounted) with mixer tap
  • Glass / mirror splash backs
  • Stainless steel appliances; oven, hob and extractor
  • Integrated appliances; dishwasher and fridge freezer
  • Washer / dryer in service cupboard


  • Separate shower unit in en suite with glass enclosure
  • Tile and ceramic floor finishes
  • Shaver socket
  • Heated towel rail


  • Hardwood oak flooring throughout main living and entrance space
  • Ceramic tile finish in bathrooms
  • Carpet to bedrooms


  • Recess lighting
  • Video entry system
  • TV and telephone living and bedrooms
  • Pre wired to accept Virgin Media


  • In light of our sustainability policy the following measures have been implemented
  • Thicker walls and roofs to allow for increased U-values in excess of current regulations
  • Draught lobbies to dwellings to reduce heat losses
  • Maximised light and space to allow for more daylight and less electricity
  • Recycling points for ease of use
  • Bicycle storage
  • New trees to be planted
  • Grey water system


As well as a surge in regeneration and a plethora of new transport links, Hackney is now starring as a destination in itself.

The local parks, relaxed restaurants, boutique stores, farmers markets and friendly pubs are all a true representation of what the local Hackney community represents.

Over spilling with culture, art, history and touch of “cool”, Hackney is on the map and here to stay.


Hop on the 38 to the West End and Victoria, the 76 and 243 to Waterloo, the 149 to London Bridge and the 30 to Marble Arch.


Haggerston is on the train line which serves Richmond, Highbury & Islington and North Woolwich, whilst London Fields provides a speedy route to Liverpool Street and the Central line. The North London Line (NLL) which passes through Hackney via Dalston Kingsland, Hackney Central, Homerton and Hackney Wick, has been upgraded, with new and more frequent trains, and refurbished and rebuilt stations. All services are run by London Overground.


Old Street and Angel can be reached by bus. The arrival of the East London line means direct connections to Bishopsgate and the City. Hackney’s first tube-style link via the extension of the East London Line is part of a £1.4 billion investment programme which will see a wide range of benefits to be rolled out by Transport for London (TfL) in time for the 2012 Olympics.


Cycle routes also abound in the area, and cycling as a means of transport has caught the imagination of locals, with fixed gear bikes being a particular favourite – so much so that there is even a fixed gear bike polo club in nearby Brick Lane.



The building is highly insulated, and requires much less heating than most other buildings, with the benefit of lower heating bills.


Heating will be by radiators fed from a low energy, highly sustainable energy source. Timeclocks and thermostats provide control for the central heating.

The heat source is an exhaust air heat pump unit, which is more efficient than a gas boiler and has lower running costs compared to gas. With gas prices expected to rise in the future, this is a way of reducing the annual energy bill.


A ventilation system with heat recovery provides fresh air all year round. This keeps all rooms fresh and removed unwanted humidity and odours from bathrooms and the kitchen. Fuel bills are further reduced by recovering the heat from the outgoing air and using it to heat your hot water.


Mains water is boosted to each dwelling to provide a much higher pressure than is available from the mains. All outlets will be provided with a good water pressure. The building is also provided with a rainwater harvesting system to be as sustainable as possible.


Low energy lighting is used to improve energy efficiency, 75% of light fittings are low energy.


A video door entry system is provided to control access to the building.

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