We could talk about the Nordic Oak Amtico flooring from the hallway to the reception, the Rodano Acero tiles complimenting ceiling height mirrors in both bathrooms, or the fully integrated Siemens and Zanussi appliances lining the open plan kitchen. If like us, detail is your thing, we suggest you read on.
The summer sun is no stranger in this South East facing, dual aspect corner offering, in the 2nd phase of Taylor Wimpey’s welcome addition to the Olympic Village – Chobham Manor. Leading in from the large corner balcony, on the 3rd of five floors, Alexander Rose Estates presents a turnkey, two bed two bath apartment, that has been tastefully fitted out to an envious description by the owners.
At just shy of 850sq ft, the floorplan offers an almost labrinthic aesthetic, with a jack and jill bathroom just past the cloakroom, comprising a walk in rainfall shower suite and built in storage, accessible from either the premier bedroom or directly from the multi destination hallway. The second double bedroom, with its clever and fully utilised built in corner wardrobe, overlooks the balcony and allows more light for longer days. All rooms benefit from bespoke curtains,- black outs in the bedrooms and lined in the living room.
With the remaining two hallway exits, you’ll find another bathroom, again with chrome heated towel rails, and the entrance to the expansive living room reception. In the kitchen, top and toe storage cupboards run parallel to the full length tonal splashback, which leads to a smartly positioned utility cupboard, complete with shelves and which houses the washer dryer and underfloor heating components, that can be upgraded to remote activation.
With four apartments on each floor, this fob accessed building also benefits from a sprawling 1st floor podium garden, which is private for residents, and also bike storage and refuse collection on the ground floor. Parking available via separate negotiation.
Chobham Manor embodies one of the latest phases of the London Legacy Development Corporations’ reimagination of Stratford, E20, and is serviced by the world renowned Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Olympic sporting venues such as the Velodrome and Aquatic Centre, Stratford Westfield Shopping Centre and Stratford Station (zone2/3), which welcomes the newly opened Elizabeth line as well as the Central, Jubilee, rail, DLR and numerous bus routes. On the other side of the QEOP, East Bank is getting ready to welcome education, cultural and arts facilities ahead of its’ scheduled completion next year.
There is more we could say, but so much more you should see.