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Clarence House

1 bedroom apartment

Clarence House, Hackney, London, E5 8HB
Tenure type: Intermediate Rent

Clarence House is located in central Hackney and is close to amenities and transport links.

These bright, modern apartments are suitable for couples, with some benefiting from private balconies. The apartments are self-contained units, with good natural light, a telephone/internet and television aerial sockets in each living area as well as a handset to operate the door entry system. The apartments are unfurnished.

Please note: Clarence House is only available under intermediate rent - see below for eligibility details.


£952.60pcm exclusive of utilities and council tax

£953 pcm

Additional features and services

  • Weekly cleaning of shared areas
  • 24 – hour emergency repair service
  • Dedicated accommodation manager and maintenance team
  • Recycling facilities


Clarence House is located just off Hackney’s Mare Street, which is a 20 minute walk to Homerton University Hospital or a short bus ride.

The area also benefits from three conveniently placed mainline train stations, Hackney Downs, London Fields and Hackney Central on Mare Street. A short bus trip from Mare Street connects to Bethnal Green Underground Station on the central line.

Local shopping and entertainment

  • Tesco supermarket
  • Broadway Market
  • Mare Street offers popular high street stores and a good selection of cafes and restaurants
  • Kings Hall Leisure Centre and Queensbridge Sports and Community Centre offer excellent sports and fitness facilities.
  • Hackney Empire carries a varied programme of popular culture.

Clarence House is only available under intermediate rent.

To be eligible for an intermediate rental home, you must:

  • be working
  • have a gross household income of less than £66,000 per annum to rent a shared apartment, studio, one or two bedroom home
  • have a gross household income of no more than £80,000 per annum to rent a three or more bedroom home
  • be able to afford 80 per cent of the local market rent without assistance, e.g. Housing Benefit.

For some developments, there may be other criteria such as the Borough you are currently living or working in.  

Before you rent a home with us, we will ask you to complete a financial assessment.

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