Stoke Newington Estate Agent Sees High Demand For Remaining Properties In Restored WWII Parachute Works

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The estate agent in charge of the Abney Mews development in Abney Park, Stoke Newington, announces only a few of the nine bespoke properties are left.

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The Abney Mews development features Oak wood floors, private outdoor space and park views

A blend of elegant original features with classic interior design

When it comes to property in Stoke Newington; the more character there is, the better and they don't come with much more character than Abney Mews. Located in Abney Park’s verdant woodland landscape, Abney Mews is a sensitive restoration of the Spencer Brothers works, a producer of Royal Air Force parachutes during world war two.

The restoration has led to the creation of a stunning collection of exclusive new apartments and family homes.

Speaking about the development, Stoke Newington estate agent Vicky Bibiris, Sales Director at Location Location, said: "A short stroll around Abney Mews’ peaceful neighbourhood reveals a wonderful selection of local parks and attractions for residents to enjoy with friends and family. From Clissold Park’s award-winning country estate, to the excitement of water sports at the West Reservoir Centre, there really is something for everyone."

Ms Bibiris added: "Abney Mews manages to blend elegant original features with classic interior design and exceptional build quality, in doing so it offers owners a lifestyle that is both luxurious and environmentally responsible."

Abney Mews’ secure, gated community comprises just six luxury duplex apartments and three large new family homes. Classic British architecture is framed by charming cobbled courtyards and park views, creating a tranquil space in which to relax and enjoy life.

Built to a high level of the Sustainable Homes standard, it's fair to say that Abney Mews raises the bar for environmental responsibility. Green roofs significantly reduce energy consumption,
while lending natural beauty to each house. Communal areas are lit using solar energy with Integrated recycling facilities, water saving features and energy recovery systems giving the development seriously green credentials.

Those looking to view Abney Mews can check availability by registering at or by calling Vicky Bibiris on 0207 923 9222.

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