Urban living, natural setting
✔ Thirty-two apartments available late 2018
✔ One, two and three beds from £385,000
✔ Beautiful setting with views of the Lea River
✔ 20 minutes from Liverpool Street Station
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Hunts Wharf from across the river
Spacious apartments of 1,2 and 3 bedrooms
The skyline view from the top floor
Thoughtfully designed interiors
The Lea River area on the doorstep
Full-height ceramic tiling in all bathrooms
Vibrant Clapton has restaurants, gyms, pubs and events
Beautiful surroundings steeped in local history
With a central location surrounded by stunning green parks just moments from Clapton Station, whilst providing a private hideaway from the bustle of city-life, Hunts Wharf is a unique proposition. Luxury finishes compliment the clean urban design. With high-tech appliances and stylish décor – Hunts Wharf is bringing a touch of class to Clapton.
Hunts Wharf overlooks the idyllic Lea River
Seconds from the city
Seconds from the city Clapton is overflowing with green space – Hunts Wharf is surrounded by a variety of verdant parks, marshes and canals. In any direction, you will find areas of open spaces and outdoor pursuits. Whether it’s a picnic with friends on Millfields Park, a game of tennis at an Olympic venue, a visit to a wildlife conservation area or even a cutting edge festival – everything is on offer.
Clapton is a hub of social and cultural events
Clapton gives you plenty of reasons not to leave. However, London is as bustling as it is big – a city rich in history, culture, sights to see and people to meet. You don’t have to venture too far from Hunts Wharf before this becomes apparent. Clapton Station is minutes away, which takes you directly to Liverpool Street Station and the financial hub of London in 13 minutes.
Liverpool Street is just 13 minutes from Clapton
✔ 7 minute walk to Clapton Station
✔ 13 minutes to Shoreditch
✔ 17 minutes Liverpool Street to Westfield Stratford
✔ 16 minutes Liverpool Street to Olympic Park
✔ 13 minutes to Liverpool Street
✔ 9 minutes Liverpool Street to London Bridge
✔ 11 minutes Liverpool Street to Oxford Street
✔ Uber hotspot and 24/7 buses
The area provides the best in East End boozers although in slightly revamped form. The Crooked Billet, moments from Hunts Wharf, is a handsome pub with a huge rear garden, acres of decking and deck chairs – an ideal place to relax. The Mermaid is another great local, with local craft beers, and a delicious selection of Saturday brunch dishes and Sunday roasts. The lively Hackney Wick is a short ten minute cycle away, featuring a selection of craft breweries sitting alongside the canal. Twelve minutes walk away is Clapton Hart, with a leafy garden and lots of real British ales.
In Clapton, it is hard to move without stumbling upon a unique boutique. Nearby Chatsworth Road has a Sunday street market, vintage clothes shops, a fancy hairdresser and the world’s smartest- looking Spar. Lower Clapton Road has a crafty knitting shop, a chic bookshop, a premium denim store and, of course, a craft-beer supplier. There is also Hackney Heart Market, which operates Monday to Saturday at St. John’s Church, Hackney Central. Great to grab some of the wares offered by the homegrown talent, especially on Saturday, when street food traders serve up a selection of barbecue meats, cakes, pizza and more. For designer wear at an affordable price, there are a multitude of outlets in the area from the likes of Burberry, Aquascutum, Pringle and Bally, while Westfield in Stratford is a 17 minute drive away, and offers the best in high street shops and designer fashion.
It’s easy to get fit in Clapton, too. The beautiful parks and canal paths offer ample opportunity for joggers and cyclists alike. Clissold Leisure Centre and King’s Hall Leisure Centre, both a short walk away, offer a range of facilities, including a gym, swimming pool and netball. Of course, for world- class sporting facilities, the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is nearby. Here you can swim in the wake of champions at the London Aquatics Centre, try out your cycling at the Lee Valley Velo Park, work out in the stateof-the-art gym in the Copper Box Arena, or enjoy a game of tennis at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre. Lee Valley is also home to a British Horse Society-approved riding centre which caters for everyone, from complete beginners to advanced tuition in competition disciplines.
You’re never far away from something to see or do in Clapton and Hunts Wharf. Rio Cinema in nearby Stoke Newington and Hackney Picture House are excellent for Indie and mainstream films, and Hackney Empire on Mare Street offers an eclectic mix of theatre, comedy, music, art and dance. Art permeates throughout the borough, galleries abound, as do pop-up installations, so there is always something new and exciting to see. If that wasn’t enough, Central London, the Southbank, and the theatre district of the West End are also all a short journey away.
Most Clapton parents are happy to send their children to the local state schools and most are within a short journey of Hunts Wharf. Four of the nearest – The Olive, Jubilee, William Patten and Clapton Girls’ Academy – are all rated “outstanding” by Ofsted, with all the other schools in the area rated “good”. Rushmore in Elderfield Road and Millfields in Hilsea Street are some of the most popular. For higher education, the great transports connections from Clapton Station make many of London’s top universities a simple bike or trainride away from Hunts Wharf.