The Lane is located on the edge of Haringey, a borough in north London. The new residential complex is placed at the very heart of Tottenham, an area famous for accommodating the Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. The team’s home stadium is 24 minutes away from the Lane and hosts a lot of big games every year as the club competes in the Premier League. Other football clubs within a kilometre radius include Haringey Borough, Limitless Sports, Wood Green Old Boys, Rap-aid Youth, and North London Shamrocks Gaelic.
Football aside, Tottenham promotes active living with its numerous parks, various sports clubs, and facilities. Within a 10-minute walk, there are London Skolars Rugby League Club, HerbNutrition Club, iSports Academy, and New River Sport, an impressive sports complex with an athletics track, a studio, a gym, tennis courts, and football pitches, adjacent to a motorcycle training centre.
It may seem as though all green spaces in Tottenham are occupied by sports clubs. However, the area is also richly endowed with beautiful parks and squares, such as Bruce Castle Park, Tower Gardens Estate, Lordship Recreation Ground, Downhills Park, and Woodside Park. Whether you prefer tranquil promenades or intense workouts, you will surely find the perfect space in Tottenham, filled with greenery and necessary facilities.
In addition, Tottenham has great transport links to the centre of the city. Nineteen minutes away, White Hart Lane station links the area to London Liverpool Street. Meanwhile, car owners benefit from the A10 road that runs through the neighbourhood, connecting it to the London Inner Ring Road.
Spread across four buildings, the Lane is a modern village-like residential complex, densely planted with trees, shrubs, and other greenery. Situated at the intersection of White Hart Lane and Rowland Road, the Sherwood Apartments comprise a mid-rise L-shaped building, followed by the Kirkham Apartments. The second building sports a more rectangular shape, while the following two L-shaped buildings of the Turner Apartments and Hartley Apartments create an asymmetrical quadrangle around the courtyard with a play area.
The façades of the complex display a mix of dark and light brown brickwork with huge floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious cantilevered balconies, featuring black straight-line railings.
The territory of the residential complex boasts beautifully landscaped gardens that provide a place to escape the trappings of city life. Children can enjoy lovely outdoor play areas, surrounded by the greenery.
The Lane offers car parking that includes bays for wheelchair users.
To prevent fire incidents, each unit features smoke and heat detectors with a battery backup.
The Lane offers a total of 144 units, including one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments.
The fully-fitted handleless kitchens feature white gloss units, highlighting black Brazil worktops that stand out among the white abundance. Another splash of black colour is presented by a Zanussi built-in electric oven with a black glass-ceramic hob and a matching splashback. All kitchens come with top-notch fully-integrated appliances, including a fridge/freezer, a washer-dryer, and a cooker hood.
The stylish bathrooms feature a water-saving bath with single-lever mixer taps in a chrome finish or a thermostatic shower, sheltered by a sleek glass screen. The floor is laid with Chelsea tiles.
The Lane is a project of Fairview New Homes, a London-based property development company that has been focused on developing high-quality properties in the capital for over 60 years. Using the vast knowledge of the megapolis, Fairview New Homes picks the most promising locations for their future developments and creates vibrant communities around them. The company boasts a diverse portfolio with projects such as Regency Heights, Feltham 355, Queensbury Square, and the Welcombe House Collection.
To find out more about the Lane, please visit the official website of the developer.