Whilst we find ourselves in another lockdown, it important to try and remain positive during these testing times. We’ve put together a helpful guide to hopefully make lockdown life more enjoyable for the local neighbourhood and homeowners at Hale Works, our collection of 279 contemporary homes in Tottenham Hale.
Wander around the Wetlands
If you’re looking to up your steps this year then Walthamstow Wetlands is London’s largest wetlands, comprising 211 hectares and offers the perfect place to explore on foot. There are 10 reservoirs, each offering a home to a variety of wildfowl, such as pochard and gadwall, as well as heron, ducks and fish. In the woodland areas, visitors can also be lucky enough to spot red foxes, wood mice and bank voles. There are a number of walking trails within the Wetlands, so your daily outdoor exercise will never be boring!
Buy a beer
Located within walking distance of Hale Works are some of London’s best craft breweries. Arguably the most famous is Beavertown, known for its strong IPAs in colourful packaging, who could be the saviour for all those tackling Dry January with plenty of non-alcoholic options available. Although Beavertown’s taproom is currently closed, craft beer aficionados can also get their fix by ordering cases from the website as well as pint glasses and other merchandise.
A new year calls for a fresh start so why not spruce up your home? As we spend more time at home, now is the perfect opportunity to tick off your DYI list. Whether that is painting a statement wall or taking on an upcycling project to freshen up your surrounds. You can also simply buy some scented candles and fluffy blankets to change up your look and to create a cosy, relaxing sanctuary. Both B&Q and Ikea are nearby to Tottenham Hale and remaining open throughout lockdown.
If you’re looking for a new home this new year then Hale Works has one-, two- and three-bedroom homes available, ideally located to enjoy all the area has to offer. Find out more by calling our dedicated sales team on 020 7760 1583 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org