East London Homes Selling Fast for Countryside Properties

Countryside Properties at East City Point block 16 MRCountryside Properties is celebrating substantial sales success at two key East London developments with over 110 homes sold in less than a year. With strong local demand, good design and excellent transport connections, Base3 in Bow has sold 58 homes and East City Point in Canning Town, 56 homes since their respective sales launches last year. Both have proved to be ideal for residents working in the City and Docklands.

East City Point is ideally located in the heart of Canning Town and has already received a RIBA Housing Design award for its spacious and light-filled new homes, with an excellent specification that includes a full range of appliances in the kitchens, ceramic tiles in the kitchens and bathrooms, and carpet in other rooms.

Canning Town’s cosmopolitan town centre is within easy reach offering a range of shops, bars and restaurants. It is a vibrant and exciting community in London’s East End enjoying a £3.7 billion regeneration. The Jubilee Line and DLR call at nearby Canning Town station and allow travel to Canary Wharf in just five minutes and Central London in 15 minutes. The new DLR extension links to Stratford International Station for the Olympics and local services, as well as Eurostar services to Paris, Brussels and beyond. London City Airport is also nearby with direct connections to many UK and European destinations. There is huge ongoing investment to further improve transport links including a proposed Crossrail station at nearby Custom House.

East London homes selling fast for Countryside Properties

Road connections are also good with the A13 leading directly out of London to the M25, 12 miles east of Canning Town. The M11 is approximately six miles to the north of Canning Town via the A13/A406.

Base3, Bow offers contemporary apartments, arranged within two balcony-fronted buildings of six and eight floors, located in one of the most vibrant and well-connected parts of London. High internal specification comes as standard, meaning that the new homes are virtually ready for residents to move in. All the appliances in the kitchens are included, ceramic tiles are installed in the bathrooms and carpet is fitted in the lounge/hall and bedrooms.

Located just off St Pauls Way in Bow, Base3 is near the A1205 Burdett Road, with the Olympic Village nearby and a vast range of local facilities, as diverse as local markets and Westfield Stratford City. It is also within walking distance of open green spaces and parks, including the innovative Mile End Park and Bartlett Park. Regent’s Canal is nearby too and its towpath is a wonderful amenity for cyclists.

It is a short walk from both Mile End underground station and Devons Road on the DLR, and Bow Road and Bromley-by-Bow underground stations are also within easy reach. Limehouse station, offering services via National Rail and the DLR, is also in close proximity.

East City Point offers a good range of accommodation however there are just a few one-bedroom apartments remaining for 2012 with FirstBuy available from £167,000, whilst other larger apartments are selling for up to £250,000 for a two-bedroom ‘überhaus’ duplex apartment. For further information please call 020 7473 1198, email eastcitypoint@cpplc.com or visit www.eastcitypoint.com.

At Base3 there are just two one-bedroom apartments remaining for sale priced at £190,000. For further information please call 020 7517 9015, email base3@cpplc.com or visit www.base3bow.com.

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