Lime Quarter
London E3 3QY

Beds

1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments

Cost

£POA

Due to launch in Autumn 2018, Lime Quarter is Linden Homes’ stunning collection of stylish one and two bedroom apartments for sale in Bromley-by-Bow.

This 20-storey development will also include six, three bedroom duplexes, and will offer exceptional views of the city of London.

Lime Quarter is an exciting place to live, work and play. It is set around a landscaped public square, with access to a 40,000 sq ft business centre hub, with a café and unique retail space for the local area and residents. These new homes are also adjacent to Devons Road DLR station, with Bromley-By-Bow Underground station just 10 minutes away on foot.

These two handy transport links mean this new development is ideally located for anyone working in London, as they offer easy access to Canary Wharf, the City, Docklands, Spitalfields and Shoreditch. For added convenience, there are good local amenities within a short walk, including a supermarket, newsagent, a gym, a community centre, and a choice of takeaway restaurants and bars. Living here will also mean you’re within close proximity to the popular street markets on Brick Lane, Chrisp Street and Columbia Road Flower Market. And for families with children, there is a good selection of Ofsted rated ‘Good’ and ‘Outstanding’ schools within a short walk.

Each apartment at Lime Quarter has been designed and built to the high standards and specifications you would expect from Linden Homes.Each apartment at Lime Quarter has been designed and built to the high standards and specifications you would expect from Linden Homes.

Choosing a home at Lime Quarter will give you;

  • A wonderful one or two bedroom apartment, or an exclusive three bedroom duplex apartment
  • A balcony or terrace with every apartment, and secure underground parking
  • Connections from Devons Road DLR to Canary Wharf, Stratford, City Airport and the West End
  • Access to Help to Buy

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Welcome to Bromley-by-Bow

Located around 3.5 miles from the City of London, Lime Quarter is a truly exciting place to call home. Built over 20 storeys in the popular and vibrant area of Bromley-by-Bow, a new home here is perfectly located for those who work and play in London. The development includes a unique working space for residents, and benefits from being adjacent to Devons Road DLR station, which provides easy access to the surrounding areas of Canary Wharf, the City, Docklands, Spitalfields and Shoreditch. Bromley-by-Bow Underground station is within a 10 minute walk, allowing for travel further into London and beyond by overground services or by air (from City Airport).

Closer to home you’ll find a good range of everyday amenities. A short walk away there is a Tesco Express, a gym, a dry cleaner, a health centre, a pharmacy and a number of bars, cafes and takeaway restaurants. There are also a number of well-regarded and Ofsted rated schools within a short distance of home too.Closer to home you’ll find a good range of everyday amenities. A short walk away there is a Tesco Express, a gym, a dry cleaner, a health centre, a pharmacy and a number of bars, cafes and takeaway restaurants. There are also a number of well-regarded and Ofsted rated schools within a short distance of home too.

The other main benefit of choosing a new home at Lime Quarter is that you can enjoy outdoor space too. There are good walking routes near the Limehouse Cut and River Lea, while the large Bartlett and Langdon Parks can be reached easily.

What’s close to Bromley-by-Bow?

There are plenty of areas to spend time in close to these new build flats. London as an entire city has so much on offer, day and night. But if you want to experience small parts of the capital then you aren’t far away from some great areas. Around 15 minutes away by DLR is Canary Wharf. This instantly identifiable collection of skyscrapers on the city’s skyline is home to more than just financial institutions. You’ll find a large range of high street, designer and high-end brand names, alongside restaurants, bars and a cinema. This is also a cultural hub, with a number of exhibitions and events taking place throughout the year, so you will always find something to see and do here.

London as an entire city has so much on offer, day and night. But if you want to experience small parts of the capital then you aren’t far away from some great areas. Around 15 minutes away by DLR is Canary Wharf. This instantly identifiable collection of skyscrapers on the city’s skyline is home to more than just financial institutions. You’ll find a large range of high street, designer and high-end brand names, alongside restaurants, bars and a cinema. This is also a cultural hub, with a number of exhibitions and events taking place throughout the year, so you will always find something to see and do here.

Just under 30 minutes away by public transport is the increasingly popular area of Stratford. Much regeneration has taken place here in the last decade, mainly because of the 2012 Olympics, and there is now plenty to see and do. Westfield Shopping Centre is ideal for anyone who enjoys retail therapy, with its vast number of shops and plentiful restaurants, cafes and large cinema. In the immediate surrounding area, you’ll find the London Stadium, the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the London Aquatics Centre and the ArcelorMittal Orbit, a 114 metre high sculpture, with the world’s longest tunnel slide - 178 metres long- providing some hair-raising fun for everyone.

Of course, if you want to experience everything that London has on offer, then you can reach the centre of the capital easily from Lime Quarter. With all the shops, places to eat, entertainment, museums, art galleries, events and festivals you could want, there is so much to see and do that you will never be at a loose end!

Local schools and education

Those with children who are looking for flats to buy in Bromley-by-Bow have a good choice of Ofsted rated ‘Good’ and ‘Outstanding’ schools all within a short distance of the development. Just under a mile away is Wellington Primary School and Marner Primary School (both rated ‘Good’) and Old Palace Primary School (‘Outstanding’), while a little over a mile away is Stebon Primary School (‘Good’).For older students, there are two secondary schools around half a mile away; Ian Mikardo High School (‘Outstanding’) and Langdon Park School (‘Good’).

Within a few miles you’ll also find colleges and universities. Queen Mary University of London is just over a mile away, while City College and the University of East London are 4 and 5 miles away respectively.

Transport and travel

Commuters searching for new flats for sale in London will find great rail and road links close to this new development. Devons Road DLR is just a few minutes’ walk away, and connects you to Canary Wharf in 10 minutes, Stratford in 12 minutes, City Airport in 25 minutes and the West End in 30 minutes. If you need to use the Underground, Bromley-by-Bow station (on the District and Hammersmith & City lines) is just 10 minutes’ walk away, meaning you can get around the city and beyond easily.Commuters searching for new flats for sale in London will find great rail and road links close to this new development. Devons Road DLR is just a few minutes’ walk away, and connects you to Canary Wharf in 10 minutes, Stratford in 12 minutes, City Airport in 25 minutes and the West End in 30 minutes. If you need to use the Underground, Bromley-by-Bow station (on the District and Hammersmith & City lines) is just 10 minutes’ walk away, meaning you can get around the city and beyond easily.

By road, Lime Quarter is within a short distance of the A12, which connects to the A127 and M25, and means you can reach Essex, Kent and other major roads for further travel around the south and beyond.

For air travel, City Airport is just 4 miles away, and provides regular flights around the UK and Europe.

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