Shared Ownership is a type of affordable homeownership when a purchaser takes out a mortgage on a share of a property and pays rent to a landlord on the remaining share.
Please note: Eligibility criteria may vary per housing association and therefore you should always check the exact criteria with the developer or housing association responsible for the exploitation of the project.
We checked the information and the developer's representatives confirmed that units in this residential complex can be purchased by using a mortgage.
|🟧 Height Classification||Mid-rise|
|🟧 Quality Classification||High-end|
|🟧 Number of floors||6|
|🟧 Number of units||70|
|🟧 Number of buildings||1|
|🟧 Off-plan property||No|
|🟧 Property Type||Apartments|
|🟧 Kid’s Facilities||Climbing walls, Chess equipment, Table tennis, Basketball hoop|
|🟧 Swimming Pool||No|
|🟧 Lift||Lifts to all floors|
Jolles House is placed in the heart of Bow, a lively residential area in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. The neighbourhood has a wealth of various amenities such as Roman Road Market, a huge street market that sells clothes, food, and household goods. Other gems of Roman Road include independent boutiques, top-notch restaurants, and cosy pubs.
When it comes to green spaces, residents of Jolles House are spoilt for choice. The new complex is nestled between two majestic parks: Victoria Park and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The former is a perfect place if you need a leafy area for a tranquil walk or a small gathering with friends. Perched on a bank of the Grand Union Canal, Victoria Park features a boating lake, a skatepark, and sports fields. Sports lovers are sure to appreciate the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, where, after roaming about the site of the 2012 Olympic games, you can enjoy a basketball game at the Copper Box or watch West Ham FC compete against their league rivals at the London Stadium.
Located at the heart of the East End, Bow boasts wonderful transport links that provide easy access to the City and beyond. A short walk away, Bow Road Station connects the area to both District and Hammersmith & City lines. In addition, Jolles House is a 6-minute walk away from a DLR station that helps you reach Canary Wharf without any hassle.
Jolles House consists of two apartment blocks. The 6-storey development features a traditional red-brick façade that blends in perfectly with the rest of the neighbourhood. The new residential complex is dotted with long floor-to-ceiling windows, flooding the living areas with natural light. Designed to provide maximum outdoor space, the exterior is peppered with spacious cantilevered and stacked balconies that feature dark metal railings.
Jolles House has transformed a neglected site into a beautiful complex, surrounded by gorgeous landscaping. The scheme has brought a stunning collection of new trees, plants, paving, courtyards, and an open lawn, providing a charming place to spend your time. Whether you would like to take a tranquil walk around the premises or find a place to sit back and relax, Jolles House offers a perfect setting to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The new complex also won’t let you get bored. There are plenty of exciting activities to try out. Jolles House includes climbing walls, tennis tables, a basketball hoop, and chess equipment to play with your friends or neighbours.
Jolles House delivers a total of 70 new homes, including one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments as well as a collection of studios. Designed in accordance with the needs of the modern-day buyer, the units present a perfect mix of comfort and style. The kitchens are fitted with Symphony New York range cabinets, 20mm Silestone worktops, and a selection of Bosch and Zanussi appliances, including an oven, a microwave, a 600mm ceramic hob, a dishwasher, a fridge/freezer, and a washer-dryer. Furthermore, all bathrooms come with an Ideal Standard concept range bathtub and a toilet.
Jolles House is brought to you by Poplar Harca, a housing and regeneration community association based in East London. Founded in 1996, the company strives to enhance the community through high-quality homes and well-thought-out regeneration projects. Poplar Harca puts social justice at its core to ensure that the community always benefits from the association’s work. The company’s diverse portfolio includes projects such as Balfron Tower and Emerald Gardens.
For more details on Jolles House and Poplar Harca, please refer to the official website of the developer.