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Tutelage Court, College Terrace Bow, London Offers in Excess of £500,000

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  • Generous sized 2-bedroom apartment of 821 sq ft / 76.3 sq mtr
  • Large living room with arched windows
  • White fitted and applianced kitchen
  • Luxury white bathroom suite
  • Beautiful communal gardens
  • Grade II listed building
  • Tredegar conservation area
  • Long lease of 125 years with 121 years remaining
  • Close to Mile end tube station
  • Great location

An elegant and generous sized lower ground floor 2-bedroom apartment of 821 square feet / 76.3 square metres, with high ceilings and arched windows, in Tutelage Court, one of Bow’s delightful period conversions, of a landmark School adjacent to Tredegar Square. This apartment would suite someone who appreciates quality period architecture who could enjoy the communal facilities including the amazing renovated hall and beautifully presented communal gardens which include a secure bicycle storage.

Accommodation

You access the building from the College Terrace entrance. Entering a lobby which leads onto the most impressive communal room, presumably once an assembly hall, which has been restored and is now for the resident’s use.

Stairs lead down to the flat entrance, the front door opens into a long entrance hallway with wooden flooring and generous storage cupboard. The large square shaped living room has a high arched window to the front elevation and is open to the kitchen area, white fitted and applianced kitchen, including dishwasher and washer dryer, good quality tiling and concealed lighting.

The master bedroom also has a high arched window to the front elevation and two double fitted wardrobes. The second bedroom is a remarkably long room with a large multi pane window and a generous storage cupboard that measures 1.97 X 1.25 M, that could be reconfigured to consider all design options for this room.

Luxury white bathroom suite with a shower above the bath, tiles and good quality fittings throughout.

The apartment has a Valiant boiler for the gas central heating and hot water, an intruder alarm and video Entryphone.

Tutelage Court

Tutelage Court was developed in 2016 into 20 new apartments. The

Grade II listed site, dates back to the 19th century, home to a series of remarkable schools over the last 175 years including the prestigious Coopers’ Company and Coborn School, one of the city’s oldest.

Working with the local authority and English Heritage, developer Jaspar Homes Limited created an outstanding new address: one that respects the historic site through a careful renovation.

The development comprises four main buildings around a formal courtyard designed in the style of a parterre garden. Each wing displays its own historical character. There are many features of note including Doric porches, Ionic columns, a colonnade, cupolas and classical stucco adornments as well as some attractive 1930s Art Deco additions.

A product of high craftsmanship through the ages, Tutelage Court presents families and individuals with an unrivalled place to call home in the desired Tredegar Square conservation area.

 

Tenure A 125-year lease from the 2nd of August 2019, so 121 years unexpired.

Service Charges: Tutelage Court is managed by Red Rock Property Management, the service charges are paid every 6 months and include the building insurance, The latest bill in March 2024 was £1,282 for the first 6 months of 2024. The total estimate for service charges in 2024 is £2,564 which includes £656 estimated estate building insurance and £106 estimated estate reserve fund.

 Council Tax Band: D

Location

MILE END

Mile End, nestled in London's East End, is a captivating neighborhood that seamlessly blends its historical roots with modern vibrancy. Here's a more detailed description:

Historical Tapestry: Mile End's history stretches back to its origins as the "mile end" point from the medieval city walls of London. Its industrial past is still visible in some pockets of the area, offering a glimpse into its evolution over the centuries.

Green Oasis: Residents and visitors alike are drawn to Mile End Park, a sprawling green space that features a picturesque canal, walking and cycling paths, and even a climbing wall. Nearby Victoria Park, one of London's largest and most renowned parks, adds to the neighborhood's appeal with its tranquil lakes and scenic vistas.

Cultural Mosaic: Mile End thrives on its cultural diversity. The neighborhood is a microcosm of London's multiculturalism, reflected in its array of international eateries, bustling street markets, and regular cultural events. It's a place where different cultures converge, creating a unique and dynamic atmosphere.

Art and Entertainment: Genesis Cinema, a historic landmark, offers a cinematic experience with a blend of mainstream and independent films. The Troxy Theatre nearby is a vibrant venue hosting concerts, comedy shows, and live events, contributing to the neighborhood's cultural flair.

Academic Excellence: Home to Queen Mary University of London, Mile End fosters intellectual growth and youthful energy. The university brings in students from various backgrounds, adding to the neighborhood's academic and cultural richness.

Transportation Hub: Mile End enjoys superb connectivity. The Mile End Underground station links the neighborhood to multiple London Underground lines (Central, District, and Hammersmith & City), making the city center and other parts of London easily accessible. An extensive bus network further enhances transportation options.

Community Spirit: Mile End is known for its strong sense of community. Local organizations, communal gardens, art projects, and neighborhood festivals contribute to a thriving and inclusive atmosphere, where residents are encouraged to participate actively.

In summary, Mile End offers a compelling blend of history, green spaces, cultural diversity, educational institutions, entertainment options, and excellent transportation. Its dynamic housing options make it an inviting place to live, and the sense of community fosters a welcoming atmosphere for residents and visitors alike.


TREDEGAR SQUARE

Tredegar Square is a charming and historic square located in the heart of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, in the East End of London, United Kingdom. This picturesque square is a testament to the rich architectural and cultural heritage of the area, showcasing a blend of Georgian and Victorian architecture that transports visitors back in time.

 

Key features of Tredegar Square include:

·        Architectural Beauty: Tredegar Square is renowned for its well-preserved Georgian and Victorian townhouses that line its perimeter. These elegant, three-story homes are characterized by their distinctive brick facades, sash windows, and wrought-iron railings. The architecture is a fine example of the period's craftsmanship and attention to detail.

·        Leafy Greenery: At the center of the square, there is a beautifully landscaped garden, often referred to as Tredegar Square Gardens. The garden provides a peaceful oasis within the bustling city, with a variety of trees, shrubs, and flowerbeds. It's a perfect spot for residents and visitors to relax, read a book, or enjoy a leisurely picnic.

·        Historical Significance: Tredegar Square has historical significance dating back to the 19th century when it was developed as part of the expansion of London's East End. The square was named after the Tredegar Estate in Wales, which had connections to the local area.

·        Community Spirit: The square serves as a focal point for the local community, hosting events and gatherings throughout the year. Community festivals, markets, and cultural celebrations often take place here, fostering a sense of togetherness among residents.

·        Residential Area: Surrounding Tredegar Square are a mix of residential properties, creating a tranquil and desirable place to live. The proximity to nearby amenities, public transportation, and the city center makes it an attractive residential location.

·        Accessibility: Tredegar Square is easily accessible by public transport, with Mile End Underground Station and Bow Road Underground Station both located nearby. This makes it convenient for both residents and tourists to explore the surrounding area and the rest of London.

Overall, Tredegar Square is a hidden gem in the heart of East London, offering a glimpse into the architectural and historical heritage of the city. Whether you're strolling through the square's charming streets, enjoying the greenery in the garden, or attending a community event, Tredegar Square has something to offer for everyone who visits.

 

VICTORIA PARK

Victoria Park is a large, public park located in East London, England. Covering an area of approximately 86 hectares (212 acres), it is one of the city's largest and most popular parks.

The park was originally created in the 19th century as a part of a movement to provide green space for the rapidly growing urban population of London. It has since become an important part of the local community, offering a variety of recreational opportunities and hosting a range of events throughout the year.

Victoria Park features a mix of open grassy areas, woodland, and waterways. It includes several lakes and ponds, as well as a boating lake, which is popular with visitors during the summer months. The park also contains several sports facilities, including a cricket pitch, football pitches, and tennis courts.

In addition to its natural beauty and recreational facilities, Victoria Park is also home to a number of attractions, including the Victoria Park Pavilion, a historic building that now houses a café and visitor center. The park is also home to a sculpture trail, which features several modern artworks scattered throughout the park.

And Finally

 

This has been a comfortable home for our current owners for 5 years, a comfortable apartment in a remarkable building in a desirable location.

 

Please contact us for more information and to arrange a viewing.

Asking Price

 

£525,000




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Tutelage Court, College Terrace Bow
London E3 5AN
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: 00000664
Lucie Prevost
Look Property Services Ltd
 
  020 8981 9999

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