‘Best-of-both-worlds’ is a phrase you’ll find in lots of developers’ marketing brochures, but Anthology London’s Hale Works really is case in point. This stylish development will be the cherry on top of Hale Village, a multi-phase regeneration project and urban neighbourhood in the heart of Tottenham Hale. Sandwiched between the area’s namesake station and acres of parkland, nature trails and waterways, these new homes will blend top London connections with all the peace and tranquillity of a countryside setting.
The development is set to complete in early 2021, with award-winning architect, Hawkins\Brown, appointed to erect a 32-storey tower comprising of commercial space, studios and one, two and three-bedroom apartments.
The specs look promising. Each unit will have a contemporary, open-plan design, with ivory-washed walls, spotlighting and a mix of neutral carpet and faux-wood flooring. Kitchens will be done out in earthy tones, with sleek handle-less soft-close furniture and top-of-the-range Siemens appliances, while bathrooms will feature porcelain tiling and dark-wood accents. Storage space is set to be ample throughout, and each home has either a private balcony or a Juliet alternative.
With Tottenham Hale’s Underground and National Rail services in such close proximity, Hale Works residents will benefit from direct connections to major shopping, entertainment and business hubs such as Liverpool Street, King’s Cross and Oxford Circus. On weekends, we’d recommend swapping train for bike and exploring the local area’s rural pockets on two wheels. If that doesn’t suit, fear not, as vibrant Tottenham Hale has something to offer all – lip-smacking street food, decent coffee shops and vintage shopping.