Description of Rivers Apartments
Rivers Apartments is a residential development in Tottenham, London N17, that completed in 2015.
Providing 222 affordable, modern homes contained within three low rise blocks of 5, 6 and 9 storeys and a fourth tower - Rivers Apartments - containing 100 shared ownership homes.
Each of the one, two and three bedroom shared ownership apartments is intelligently designed to maximise space, with large windows to make best use of natural light and come with their own private balcony. There is also secure bicycle storage and a communal roof garden on the second floor.
The ground floor of the Tower will be home to new commercial premises for Tottenham-based start-up businesses to provide jobs for local people, plus there's also a new primary school building for 420 pupils in the development.
The tower is based on the site of the old Cannon Rubber factory close to White Hart Lane. It is part of the proposed wider regeneration area around Spurs' new stadium.
Rivers Apartments has been built to high environmental standards, with district heating to create a sustainable urban community.
• Secure door entry system
• Wood laminate flooring to living room, hallways and kitchen
• Wool mix carpets to bedrooms
• Contemporary fitted kitchen from Symphony Woodbury range
• Built in oven, hob and stainless steel extractor hood
• Fitted fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
• Modern white bathroom suite with chrome fittings
• Ceramic floor and wall tiling to bathroom
• Balcony to all apartments
• Satellite/terrestrial TV point (subscription required)
• District Heating System
• Allocated parking to selected apartments
Rivers Apartments is a ‘Car-Free' development:
Except for the allocated parking provisions, purchasers will not be eligible to apply for a residents parking permit from the London Borough of Haringey.
District Heating System - the homes are provided with individually metered heating and hot water from an energy centre. Residents receive their heat for radiators and hot water from a connection to the heating network across the development. The energy is then transferred to your property through a Heat Interface Unit situated (usually located in the hallway cupboard). The Heat Interface Unit takes the place of a gas boiler and a control panel allows residents to programme their heating and hot water for when it is needed.