While enjoying the gorgeously planted and regularly maintained private internal gardens on the first floor, you would almost forget you were in London, let alone Stratford!
But then again, this is the building that countries such as Egypt, Malaysia and the Bahamas called home during the 2012 Olympics. Five floors up from the courtyard, Alexander Rose Estates welcome you to this picturesque two bed, two bathroom apartment, in the former Athletes’ Village.
Spanning 775 square foot and boasting a well thought out bedroom – living space – bedroom layout, the flexibility to work from home or accommodate guests is yours to entertain. Sunlight doesn’t always visit us, but when it does, having a SW facing balcony makes all the difference – “I love how floodlit the flat is on a sunny day, the sun streams through the floor to ceiling windows and in summer, relaxing in the lounge is my favourite part of living there”. But don’t take the owners’ word for it, come and enjoy it for yourself!
As well as offering a palette of on site bars, restaurants, homeware shops and gyms, East Village is within envious proximity to the shopping, restauarants and entertainment of Westfield Stratford, the serene tranquility of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and the sporting venues used during the 2012 Olympic Games – the London Stadium, Olympic Velodrome, Aquatic Centre, Copper Box Arena, Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.
Unrivalled connectivity to London and the World from Stratford Underground and Stratford International Rail Stations, means you are at London City Airport within 30 mins, and East Village is also bordered by the Loughborough, University of East London and Birkbeck university campuses, with a new site for University College London being incorporated into the East Bank development, completing 2023, which will also be home to the world famous Saddler’s Wells East Theatre, London College of Fashion, V&A East, Smithsonian Museum BBC music studios.
With a wealth of innovation, creativity and artistic learning, Stratford continues to push the boundaries of modern day living, while honouring the 2012 Olympic Legacy.