The award-winning design of these new homes in Barking takes into account ecological factors in a drive to create a sustainable community. Initiatives incorporated into the development include green roofs, communal gardens, locally sourced timber and high levels of insulation to reduce energy consumption.
Inside, the properties boast quality finishes in contemporary materials, such as chrome and stainless steel, and many have balconies, or terraces.
Families will find a number of well-regarded primary and secondary schools in the local area, with plans for several more to serve Barking Riverside.
Open space is a key focus of Caspian Quarter, something all residents will be able to enjoy. In the surrounding towns also, there are around 30 parks, country parks and wildlife reserves across the borough of Barking and Dagenham catering to a variety of visitors.
Barking town centre is home to high-street and independent stores, as well as the local market, while further afield, concentrated retail therapy can be found at one of the largest shopping centres in Europe – Westfield at Stratford City.
Public transport links into central London from these new homes in Barking are good and are scheduled to improve further with the planned extension to Barking Riverside of the London Overground Gospel Oak to Barking line. Upney is the nearest tube station to the development and Barking the nearest railway station, with regular services running into London Fenchurch Street. London Overground and London Underground services also stop at Barking Station, and frequent bus services connect it with the development.
The A13 is just five minutes drive away, linking Caspian Quarter with Canary Wharf in London Docklands in 15 minutes and with London City Airport in 13 minutes.
For further information regarding these new homes in Barking please call 0208 594 9709 and speak to a member of our sales team.