Situated on Daneland Walk, a stone’s throw away from Tottenham Hale station, Anthology Hale Works is our stylish collection of one-, two- and three-bedroom homes which forms part of the wider regeneration of the Tottenham Hale area.
The Zone 3 location is growing in popularity with young Londoners looking for a well-connected yet green environment. Read on to learn more about the lifestyle on offer in the local area…
About Hale Village
Hale Village is a new growing neighbourhood with a strong focus on community and sustainability. Inspired by the redevelopment of Hammarby, a waterside district in Stockholm, Hale Village has a mix of outside space and distinctive architecture to create an eco-district where nature meets modern day convenience, to provide the best of both worlds for everyone.
A stand-out feature of Hale Village is Living Under One Sun, an award-winning community organisation focused on health and wellbeing. The group, made up of locals, deliver a number of different projects including sports and outdoor activities, volunteering opportunities and gardening; the latter involves growing and harvesting fresh produce at the community allotment. The Engine Room Community Centre also plays an important role in life at Hale Village. Adults and children can enjoy a range of different activities and classes at the Community Centre, from art workshops to music lessons.
Eat & Drink
Locals are spoilt for choice when it comes to food and drink options. San Marco is a family-run Italian restaurant which has been serving authentic pizza and pasta in the area for years. Costa del Tottenham, which brings a slice of Spain to north east London, is returning for a second year this summer. Made up of four venues in one – the terrace, theatre, greenhouse and the yard – Costa del Tottenham is London’s biggest social distanced venue, meaning diners can enjoy street food, cocktails and live music in a safe environment. Those looking for a more relaxed vibe should head to Ferry Boat Inn, a rustic waterside pub serving hearty meals alongside an extensive drinks menu.
Sustainability is at the heart of Hale Village and there are a number of parks and green spaces that have been carefully created to improve the biodiversity of the area. Perkyn Square is a picturesque spot with plenty of greenery to enjoy whilst Linear Park also includes a playground for little ones.
Outside of Hale Village, Walthamstow Wetlands , encompassing 10 reservoirs, is an important habitat for different wildlife species and is especially popular with locals for weekend walks.
Make the move to Anthology Hale Works and enjoy all that this vibrant area has to offer. To find out more, call the sales team on 020 7760 1583 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.