Hoxton has shed its origins as a humble East End neighbourhood over the past few years; it’s better known as party central these days, bursting as it is with eclectic bars and clubs, gourmet fast food diners and pop ups.
New homes are on sale in a “boutique” development that’s hoping to capitalise on the area’s recent fun-filled popularity while restoring its reputation as a residential part of town. The Bevenden sits between numbers 15 and 21 New North Road, about half a mile away from Old Street and Hoxton stations. This collection of 42 one, two and three bedroom apartments, and one three bedroom duplex has its own private landscaped garden as well as a balcony, terrace or garden for each apartment.
Developer Crest Nicholson, which also built Ixia round the corner on East Road, is relying on the area’s current favour with the cultural zeitgeist to sell its homes, with its brochures waxing lyrical about its proximity to places like Colombia Road Market, Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen, and House of Hackney. “There continues to be high demand for homes in the area,” says sales and marketing director Julia Reynolds, “and The Bevenden is likely to appeal to a mix of City professionals, people working in the booming tech hub as well as older buyers and investors.”
For more information or to register your interest, visit crestnicholson.com/thebevenden or call 0800 883 8052.