Uncover the hidden Hackney

  • Aerial view of St John at Hackney Church

    Tucked discreetly away adjacent to the gardens of an ancient churchyard, framed by shade-giving trees, a marble’s roll from Mare Street, a few steps from the restaurant your friends rave about, on the way to your favourite theatre you will discover Hackney Gardens – 58 luxury apartments and a community centre focused on art and culture. Your new secret. Your new home.

    Prepare for the big reveal...

  • A cyclist in Hackney

    There you are. Getting closer now. Surrounded by greenery, beyond the 13th century St Augustine’s Tower, sheltered in the lea of the 18th century church, a facade of brickwork appears with wide stone pathways, gardens, squares and tiered landscaping creating a sense of informality and space.

    Ready to investigate further?

Hackney Empire
An artist looking through her portfolio


Hackney is no secret to those in the know. Steeped in history yet forever re-inventing itself, it’s the creative and cultural lodestone for the East London revival with an irrepressible youthful energy. Despite this, it remains self-effacing and quietly confident, driven by diversity and committed to community. London’s most welcoming neighbourhood reveals itself layer by layer…

Local highlights

  1. Hackney Empire
  2. Hackney Picturehouse
  3. Hackney Museum
  4. Sutton House
  5. St John at Hackney Church
  1. Kings Hall Leisure Centre
  2. Hackney Downs
  3. London Fields Lido
  4. Fit This
  5. Paper Dress Yoga
  6. The Refinery
  1. St John at Hackney Brewery
  2. Behind This Wall
  3. Chesham Arms
  4. The Old Ship Inn
  5. Oslo Hackney
  1. My Neighbours the Dumplings
  2. Les Nénettes
  3. Charles Good Food
  4. Café Miami London
  5. Pidgin
  6. Palm Vaults London
  7. Rawduck
  8. Lardo
  9. Borough Wines & Beers
  10. Clapton Craft
  1. Mad Atelier London
  2. Hackney Walk
  3. bonds.Hackney
  4. Pages of Hackney
St. Augustine's Tower, Hackney
St John at Hackney Brewery
Gourmet breakfast

The Buildings

Concealed in an ancient churchyard stand 58 luxury flats, split between three buildings surrounded by wide pathways and gardens landscaped with empathy for this natural oasis of calm. Each light-filled apartment has outside space with the vast majority enjoying unique layouts. Peaceful, thoughtfully designed contemporary homes for people who appreciate the quiet serenity of hidden Hackney.


Apartment Interiors

  • Kahrs Oak Sture engineered wooden flooring throughout (apart from bathrooms)
  • Walls and ceilings are painted in neutral contemporary colours. All joinery is primed and decorated with an eggshell finish
  • Internal doors in hardwood veneer with modern brushed stainless steel handles
  • Brushed stainless steel light switches and electric sockets
  • Double glazed windows and a mixture of bi-fold and sliding doors to external areas


  • Designer white matt kitchen units with handle-less cupboard and drawer detail
  • Built in Siemens appliances comprising electric oven, microwave, cooker hood and electric hob
  • Fully integrated Siemens fridge-freezer, dishwasher and washer-dryer
  • Undermounted 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink integrated into worktop with drainer grooves, together with contemporary mixer tap.
  • Insinkerator waste disposal system
  • Composite stone worktops


  • Bedrooms to have built-in wardrobes with integrated lighting where shown on plan


  • Discreet built in cabinet with shaver socket
  • Wall mounted basin with modern chrome mixer tap
  • Modern wall-hung WC with concealed cistern, chrome flush push plate and soft close seat and cover
  • Glass bath and shower screens
  • Chrome thermostatic mixer
  • Fixed chrome shower head and handheld chrome shower head in baths and showers
  • Thermostatically-controlled chrome towel radiator
  • Discreet extractor fan
  • 50x50 matt white mosaic wall tiles with panelled feature wall
  • Boardwalk ceramic floor tiles inspired by the unique textures of wooden beams

External Spaces

  • Paving to patios, balconies and terraces
  • External sockets and lighting provided

Heating and Electrics

  • Underfloor heating and hot water powered by a communal gas-fired boiler
  • Recessed adjustable LED downlights
  • Generous supply of power points, telephone points and TV/FM points throughout
  • Sky Plus points to living rooms and bedrooms
  • Hyperoptic and BT superfast broadband (subject to subscription)
  • CAT 5 cabling to receptions and bedrooms


  • Video entry phone system
  • CCTV cameras are installed at key positions around the development
  • Security fob access for residents
  • Hard-wired smoke and heat detectors
  • Fused spur to service cupboards to allow for future security alarm installation by owner
  • A concierge, stationed in Wyles House, will serve all the apartments

Communal Areas

  • Lifts to serve apartments
  • Architectural lighting
  • Floor tiles to entrance hall and lifts, carpet elsewhere
  • Cycle parking provided across various cycle stores
  • Extensively landscaped private grounds, including a "secret garden"

Building standards

  • All elements of the development are compliant with building and fire regulations


  • All apartments are covered by a 10 year Premier Guarantee warranty against structural defects


  • 250 years

Site Plan

58 luxury flats are split between three buildings surrounded by landscaped pathways and gardens empathetic to the secluded greenery of Hackney Gardens. A sculpture by acclaimed artist Charlie Mackesy representing reconciliation and restoration will form the focal point for Prodigal Square, a new, semi-public space at the heart of the development. Most apartments will enjoy entirely unique layouts and each will have outside space. A concierge will serve all apartments.


  • Concierge
  • Individual Access to apartments
  • Gate Access
  • Statue of Prodigal Son
  • Shared Access to apartments
Hackney Gardens site plan


Lower Ground Floor
Upper Ground Floor
North elevation
Site plan key
Apartments starting from £575,000


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