BOUTIQUE URBAN HOMES

The Overdraught is a unique development that will host nine homes for private sale. These will include one and two bedroom apartments, three bedroom duplexes and triplexes, and a four bedroom townhouse, the latter of which includes a private roof terrace and garage.

While The Overdraught is a small development, the variation of high spec units ensures that no home is quite the same, giving each home a unique feel. It is an intimate development of architecturally striking distinctiveness. Built on the site of an old pub by the same name, it has been designed to fit perfectly in its corner site, allowing a soft transition from the canal frontage to the side street.

Striking distinctiveness

Built on the site of an old pub by the same name, it has been designed to fit perfectly in its corner site, allowing a soft transition from the canal frontage to the side street.

Site history

Formerly the home of an Irish pub of the same name, The Overdraught development takes its name from a key element in the brewery process. The original building had been listed as a public house since 1839, and was previously owned by the Whitbread Brewery, before closing in 2005.

The site of the neglected former pub is to become part of Haggerston’s on-going regeneration, with the brand new building specifically designed to fit perfectly on the corner site and create greater continuity within the surrounding urban form.

Regent's Canal

A Unique Development

Enjoy the great outdoors

Exquisite interiors

A rich history

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An urban metropolis

Located right in the heart of up-and-coming area, Haggerston, The Overdraught is also ideally positioned close by its better known neighbourhoods Hoxton, Dalston and Shoreditch.

Out & about

A new multi-use space, called Echos, launhces in Haggerston courtesy of the team behind London promoters Soundcrash. Carefully crafted to have an intimate feel, the venue has one of London’s best sound systems.

About L&Q

L&Q is one of the UK’s leading housing associations and one of London’s largest residential developers. We own or manage over 90,000 homes in London and the South East.