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Paradise Park A truly green development set amid open parkland

Status: All Sold

Eco Living in the Lee Valley Park

logo-paradise-parkParadise Park is a 2 acre site built around the former Paradise Dock, surrounded by 60 acres of open park and bounded by the River Lea to the east. Paradise Park was a multi-disciplinary development, consisting of 77 private flats, 55 social flats, about 10,000 square feet of office buildings and an underground car park. This opportunity required a high level of expertise from the developer, comprising a mixture of new build five storey blocks and the converted Grade II listed period buildings. To add to its’ exceptional location, Paradise Park is a truly green development, having ensured minimum environmental impact by way of solar panels, central boiler systems, use of highly efficient K glass, dual flush cisterns and the provision of 72 bicycle spaces.

Location

Paradise Park is set in an enviable location at the centre of the biggest and most exciting park in London - The Lee Valley Park, which stretches 26 miles along the leafy banks of the River Lea. Tell me more.

Specification

The Apartments

  • Oak veneered doors throughout with satin-finish stainless steel ironmongery
  • Contemporary stepped-profile white architraves and skirtings
  • Flush fitting chrome light switches and sockets throughout
  • Flush fitting white down-lighters

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Availability

Combining green technology, high quality accommodation and a unique location, Paradise Park has been highly popular among people looking for new homes for sale in Hackney and sold immediately after being released. Tell me more

 

Paradise Park Brochure

Paradise Park Brochure

Set amid open parkland and lying beside the picturesque River Lea, Paradise Park is a truly green development in more than just its’ location. A wide range of measures have been incorporated into the development to ensure that it minimises environmental impact. As part of the project, a number of on-site Grade II listed buildings from the site's industrial dock heritage have been converted and beautifully integrated with the more contemporary designed new buildings.
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