Share Price £223,750 (from 25% Min. Share)
Full Value £895,000 | £11,188 Min. Deposit
Scheme: Shared Ownership Resalescheck_circle Available now
3 bedroom apartment in Tower Hamlets
place Wiverton Tower, New Drum Street, E1 7AS
A three bedroom apartment located in available through the Shared Ownership Scheme
A three bedroom apartment located in available through the Shared Ownership Scheme.
Available for £223,750 for 25% share based on the marketing figure of £895,000.
SO Resi Monthly Payment - £939.83
Monthly Service Charge - £254.09
Total Monthly Charge - £939.83 PLUS MORTGAGE REQUIRED FOR 25% SHARE
Minimum income requirement - £1,193.92
London properties - Incomes required are based on the following assumptions: Deposit 5%, mortgage interest rate 2.99% & mortgage term 25 years. Income required will be reduced if you have a higher deposit available.
Buy more shares for a minimum of 10%
The property is a three bedroom third floor flat in a large modern residential development in Aldgate, Central London.
The flat is within walking distance of the City of London and benefits from being in a central location. The nearest underground station is Aldgate East, (District and Circle Lines) and within reasonable travelling distance of the local shopping and recreational facilities within the area.
Reception/ Kitchen, Three Bedrooms, Bathroom with WC, Hallway.
The subject property has a balcony.
Energy Rating Band - B
Environmental Impact Band - B
All room dimensions approximate.
Please note figures given for SO Resi monthly payment and service charge are correct at time of marketing. There is an annual increase that takes place. Please contact us for more information.
- Three bedroom flat
- Good condition
- Double glazed
- Contemporary design
- Electric heating
- Communal grounds
- Secure bike storage
- Close to local amenities in London
D – Easy Access
Compatible with the design standards in Mobility Standard Housing (1974) produced by the DoE and Housing Corporation Scheme Development Standards (pre-1999) and Part M of Building Regulations (2000). The main features of these properties include a level approach to the entrance, wider doorways and more space than in general needs housing. These properties may also have an internal flight of stairs and if so, there is enough space to accommodate future provision of a stair lift subject to technical feasibility.