We checked the information and the developer's representatives confirmed that units in this residential complex can be purchased by using a mortgage.
Anthology Hoxton Press is placed on the edge of the London Borough of London. Just twenty minutes from the City, the vibrant district of Hoxton is home to indie shops, contemporary art galleries, hip cafes, and cool bars.
The new residential complex is surrounded by lush greenery and calm waterways. On its doorstep, Shoreditch Park provides 19 acres of lawns, trees, and shrubs to enjoy during a tranquil walk. In addition, the park offers a diverse array of facilities, including an adventure playground, a play area, an outdoor beach volleyball court, an amphitheatre, and an 85-tonne granite boulder for rock climbing alongside football and rugby pitches. Moreover, you can take a promenade along the nearby Regent’s Canal or cross it to reach Rosemary Gardens, a smaller park that provides a quieter atmosphere amidst large trees and serene footpaths. It also features a playground, a football pitch, and tennis courts.
Within strolling distance of four stations, residents at Hoxton Press have access to Northern, Great Northern, and Overground lines that streak the whole city. In addition, mere minutes away, City Road runs by, forming part of the London Inner Ring Road that embraces the centre of the capital.
Placed at the corner of Penn Street and Bridport Place, Anthology Hoxton Press comprises two unique hexagonal towers of 16 and 20 storeys respectively. The taller building sports a grey brick façade, while the shorter one opts for bright red. The spacious balconies create a ribbed texture that adds individuality to the complex. In addition, Anthology Hoxton Press features floor-to-ceiling windows that bathe the living areas in natural light and provide stunning panoramic views of the city.
To get some fresh air away from the bustling streets of London, Anthology Hoxton Press provides communal landscaped gardens. You can also grab a bite in a public cafe on the ground floor of Mono tower.
The towers greet you with a stylish entrance lobby that features oak panelled walls and tiled flooring. Furthermore, there is a 24/7 concierge ready to offer a warm welcome and lend a hand in case you need some assistance.
The basement is home to car parking spaces, cycle storage facilities, and a refuse store.
Designed in consultation with a Secured by Design officer, Anthology Hoxton Press incorporates high-quality security measures to grant its residents some peace of mind. The entrances are equipped with an electronic access control system and covered with CCTV cameras. Furthermore, the apartments feature an audio/video entry phone system and a multi-point locking front door.
The two towers of Anthology Hoxton Press provide 198 homes combined, including one- and two-bedroom apartments as well as three-bedroom penthouses, some of which feature their own rooftop terraces.
Placed in the outer areas, the living spaces and bedrooms benefit from expansive windows and balconies that flood the interior with an abundance of light and air.
The bespoke kitchens feature contemporary handleless units with a matt lacquer finish and polished Silestone worktops, bathed in low-energy LED lighting. Making cooking a pleasure, the integrated Siemens appliances include a four-ring flush induction hob, a fan-assisted oven/microwave, a dishwasher, and a fridge/freezer.
All bathrooms feature a walk-in glass shower enclosure, equipped with a fixed shower head, a hand-held shower, and wall-mounted thermostatic controls. The elegant brassware is provided by Hansgrohe.
Hoxton Press is a project of Anthology, a London-based property development company, which aims to create superb-quality homes that will accommodate new thriving communities in London zones 2 to 5. Knowing the capital like the back of its hand, Anthology picks the best locations for its future projects. Founded in 2013, the company boasts a diverse portfolio that includes unique developments such as Deptford Foundry, Hale Works, Wembley Parade, and Stratford Mill.
For more detailed information on Anthology Hoxton Press, please visit the official website of the developer.