|🟧 Height Classification||Mid-rise|
|🟧 Quality Classification||High-end|
|🟧 Number of floors||5–8|
|🟧 Parking||Car club available nearby|
|🟧 Amenities||Landscaped communal roof terrace, Courtyard garden, Secure parcel delivery lockers|
|🟧 Number of buildings||1|
|🟧 Off-plan property||No|
|🟧 Property Type||Apartments|
|🟧 Swimming Pool||No|
|🟧 Warranty||NHBC Buildmark Choice warranty, 12 month defect rectification period|
|🟧 Bicycle Storage||Yes|
|🟧 Lift||Lifts to all floors|
|🟧 Energy Efficiency||Predicted energy rating = B|
|🟧 Heating & Cooling||Underfloor heating|
|🟧 Outside space||Balcony or a terrace to all apartments|
|🟧 Floor||Amtico flooring included|
|🟧 Kitchen||Slate grey, handle free kitchen units with solid marble effect worktops, Integrated kitchen appliances plus smart|
Placed at the corner of New North Road and Bevenden Street, St Leonard’s Court N1 finds itself in the very heart of Hoxton, a lively district that lies within the London Borough of Hackney. The area is home to a beautiful collection of indie art galleries and trendy bars as well as classic Vietnamese restaurants scattered along Kingsland Road. A short walk away from the new complex, Shoreditch Park offers a leafy retreat, sprawled across 19 acres with a number of top-notch facilities, including an adventure playground, a play area, sports fields, and an amphitheatre. The focal point of the park is an 85-tonne granite boulder that visitors can climb.
One of the main draws to Hoxton is its transport connections. Both Old Street and Hoxton Stations are within a 10-minute walk, providing easy access to Underground and Overground services that help you navigate the megapolis.
The V-shaped 8-storey building is perched at the corner of New North Road and Bevenden Street. The tallest block features a concave, which faces the townscape junction with Pitfield Street. Boasting a contemporary-style exterior, the main façade comes with light-coloured brickwork, accentuated by the dark grey warehouse-like top floor. Dotted with an abundance of floor-to-ceiling windows, the building’s structure ensures that natural light smoothly flows into the living areas. The spacious glass balconies make an elegant addition to the exterior.
St Leonard’s Court N1 offers a leafy sanctuary, shielded from the buzzing streets of Hoxton by the wings of the complex. The courtyard garden provides a charming place to relax and recharge after a hard day. To enjoy stunning views of the city, residents are welcomed to pop into a landscaped communal roof terrace that let you enjoy some lush greenery away from prying eyes. Inside, the beautifully designed lobby includes secure parcel delivery lockers to ensure that your deliveries are safe while you are away. In addition, St Leonard’s Court N1 is equipped with a cycle store. There is also a car club available nearby.
St Leonard’s Court N1 delivers a contemporary collection of one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. Designed with future residents’ comfort in mind, the new complex offers high specifications and carefully considered layouts that maximise the available space. Each home benefits from either a spacious balcony or a terrace, where residents can bask under the sun or enjoy beautiful views of the city. To keep your feet warm no matter the weather, all apartments are equipped with an underfloor heating system. The kitchens feature slate grey, handleless units, solid marble effect worktops, a selection of integrated appliances, and smart, durable Amtico flooring.
St Leonard’s Court N1 is brought to you by Hackney Council. The borough is suffering a housing crisis that the Council has decided to tackle by creating a number of high-quality, affordable homes across the area. Set on regenerating Hackney, the Council is demolishing ageing blocks to build new modern properties that complement and boost the area. With a diverse portfolio of projects throughout the borough, Hackney Council’s developments include Colville N1, Bridge House E9, and Frampton Park, to name just a few.
For more detailed information on St Leonard’s Court and Hackney Council’s building initiative, please visit the official website of the developer.