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A decade ago, the undisputed sovereign of fashion, Vogue’s September issue, ordained Hackney one of the globe’s hippest neighbourhoods. And today, Hackney’s critical mass of creativity, big dreams and new ideas finds an increasingly sophisticated expression in its independent shops and cafes, upmarket eateries and eclectic residents. Enter the London House Draw for your chance to win this Luxury House in Victoria Park, worth over £5,000,000, along with £250,000 in cash, in our Biggest Prize Draw Ever. This converted Victorian warehouse, featuring original masonry, a soaring, triple-height reception room, central glass atrium, gym, spa and bar, is the embodiment of the borough’s uplifting and inventive spirit. For your chance to step out of this spectacular home into East London’s inimitable chic, and raise vital funds for London’s Air Ambulance Charity, enter now.
In leafy Victoria Park Village, the quintessential, English idyll is alive and well; a period enclave with a bijou heart of Edwardian shop fronts, dotted with gastropubs housed in handsome, 19th century brick buildings that have served as social hubs for generations. Lauriston Street boasts a celebrated butcher, The Ginger Pig, Bottle Apostle wine merchants, artisan bakers galore and independently-owned toy, homeware and jewellery shops. The Hemingway, Lauriston and Empress serve locally-sourced, traditional food, stone baked pizzas and award-winning, modern British fare, respectively. The hustle and bustle of Zone 1 may feel a world away from these tree-lined, family-friendly roads, but Mile End underground, Bethnal Green overground and a number of bus and cycle routes offer fast connections to both the City and Westminster.
Five minutes’ walk from this breathtaking, four bedroom house is Victoria Park itself; London’s oldest public park, created in 1845. Over 200 acres of heritage trees—including London Plane, Copper Beech, Oak and Ash—lakes, gardens and meadowlands have scooped the Green Flag People’s Choice Award for 11 consecutive years, among other accolades.  Picnic by the bandstand listening to live music, take the kids to the skate and splash park and refuel with coffee and cake at The Hub or Pavillion Cafe. Come Sunday, meander the legendary Victoria Park Farmer’s Market that lines the path between Bonner Gate and Gore Gate, sampling street food, seasonal produce and small batch drinks. Or why not visit the park’s annual festival, All Points East? A ten day music, theatre, film and yoga extravaganza that attracts international headliners such as The Strokes and Stormzy.
The Royal Inn on The Park, a freestanding, stuccoed, real-ale inn with a raft of original, neoclassical features, presides over the park’s northern boundary. To its south, the park is bordered by the arrow-straight Hertford Union Canal, which joins Mile End to the Olympic Park.  Walk or cycle along its peaceful towpaths, passing swans, colourful canal boats and the Grade II listed Three Colts Bridge. A fifteen minute bike ride to the west of Victoria Park Village is Shoreditch and Brick Lane. Wander the much-loved Columbia Road Flower Market, perusing cut flowers, house plants, potted shrubs and even towering banana palms, amid the heady scent of open blooms in the thousands. Brick Lane’s Truman Brewery is an arts and media quarter showcasing experimental pop-ups, art galleries and markets that continue to celebrate East London as the capital’s creative epicentre.

For your chance to win this Luxury House in London, designed to the highest standard by award-winning architects and dressed with £160,000 worth of stylish furniture, enter the London House Draw supporting London’s Air Ambulance Charity Now. 

London’s Air Ambulance Charity delivers life-saving hospital treatment and medics to the scene of seriously injured patients, when there is not enough time for them to reach hospital. Its teams attended to more than 2,000 patients last year and they are the only service in London who can perform life-saving interventions, such as blood transfusions and open chest surgery, wherever and whenever they are needed. To keep flying, the charity needs to replace and maintain its two current helicopters by September, at a cost of £15,000,000. So, enter the London House Draw now for your chance to win our Biggest Prize Draw Ever and help save lives across the capital. 

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