1 Bedroom Apartment Flat for sale in Stratford Central, Legacy Tower, The Broadway, Stratford, E15

1 Bedroom Apartment Flat - £450,000

Stratford Central, Legacy Tower, The Broadway, Stratford, E15

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First listed on: 19th September 2018

Nearest stations: Stratford (London) (0 mi)Maryland (0.5 mi)Hackney Wick (0.9 mi)West Ham (1 mi)Forest Gate (1.3 mi)

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Property Description

Tenure: Leasehold

**GREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY **
** Completion 26th October 2018**
** Canary Wharf Views from 24th Floor**

Right in the heart of stratford on the 24th floor of Stratford Central this 1 bedroom apartment spans across 539sq.ft. With East facing views of Canary Wharf and the river this apartment cannot be missed.

Due to complete at the end of October this is the perfect investment oportunity

This exciting new development is in a fantastic location and has superb interior detailing, including under floor heating throughout, stone worktops and integrated Smeg appliances in the modern kitchen.

Stratford
Overview:
The new go-to destination of London, the latest area in East London to undergo major regeneration and development, Stratford is a bustling centre of activity. Following on from the 2012 London Olympics, Stratford has become the residential district of the East and one of the London's most desirable destinations for retail, culture and entertainment.
Home to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and one of the largest urban shopping centres in Europe, as well as traditional East London haunts, Stratford is a vibrant and diverse place to live.

Did you know?
• Stratford was originally an agricultural community, known for its potato growing.
• Stratford is home to Britain's largest piece of public art, the ArcelorMittal Orbit.
• Three Mills Studios, in Stratford, is London's largest film and television production studio, and is where Director Danny Boyle worked on the opening ceremony for the London 2012 Olympics.


Property:
With plenty of Victorian terrace houses and new flats in the area, and with new houses being built as the development around the Olympic Park continues, there is something to suit everyone in Stratford.

Residents:
A diverse mix of cultures and people live in Stratford, with traditional East London communities mixing with young professional couples, students and city commuters.

Going Out:
Eating:
For tasty and fresh pastries and cakes, family-run Signorelli Bakery located in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is a local favourite. Also serving brunch and gourmet sandwiches with their freshly made sourdough bread.
After a hard days shopping at Westfield, head to Darkhorse restaurant and enjoy modern Italian and Spanish inspired cuisine and a great selection of wine. Westfield is also home to family favourites such as TGI Fridays, serving up classic American grub in a fun and friendly atmosphere.

Drinking:
If you're looking for glamour and style with great views of London and superb cocktails, Sky Bar at Aspers Casino Westfield is the place to go. For a more classic East End experience, the King Edward VII pub is a 19th century Grade I listed building with open fires and a cosy countryside atmosphere.


Things to do:
As one of the largest shopping malls in Europe, you can't get better retail therapy than at Westfield Stratford. With more than 250 stores, you can shop till you drop then enjoy a film at the Odeon cinema on site, or go bowling at All Star Lanes, and top off the day with dinner or drinks at one of the 65 restaurants serving food from all around the world, something to suit all tastes.
Head to Stratford's Cultural Quarter, and visit The Theatre to see talented emerging artists, musical theatre shows and comedy nights, or for a drink and some live music.
The Queen Elizabeth gardens surrounding the Olympic Park are ideal for family days out, relaxing nature walks, taking a bike ride or having a picnic. With more than 226 acres of green space offer a range of family-friendly activities.
Make use of the Olympic facilities and swim in pool of champions at the London Aquatics Centre, which is now open to the public and offers a host of activities and swimming sessions.

Transport:
Stratford is exceptionally well connected and has a host of services including Central and Jubilee Lines, DLR, Overground and international services but most importantly will be a key station on the route of the new Elizabeth Line from late 2018. Both underground lines provide fast and easy access to the City, with the Jubilee Line taking just 25 minutes to Westminster. The DLR service connects passengers to East London and the Isle of Dogs, including Canary Wharf in just 12 minutes. The Overground provides services to the popular areas of Hackney and Highbury & Islington.

Council and tax bands
Stratford is represented by Newham Council

**GREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY **
** Completion 26th October 2018**
** Canary Wharf Views from 24th Floor**

Right in the heart of stratford on the 24th floor of Stratford Central this 1 bedroom apartment spans across 539sq.ft. With East facing views of Canary Wharf and the river this apartment cannot be missed.

Due to complete at the end of October this is the perfect investment oportunity

This exciting new development is in a fantastic location and has superb interior detailing, including under floor heating throughout, stone worktops and integrated Smeg appliances in the modern kitchen.

Stratford
Overview:
The new go-to destination of London, the latest area in East London to undergo major regeneration and development, Stratford is a bustling centre of activity. Following on from the 2012 London Olympics, Stratford has become the residential district of the East and one of the London's most desirable destinations for retail, culture and entertainment.
Home to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and one of the largest urban shopping centres in Europe, as well as traditional East London haunts, Stratford is a vibrant and diverse place to live.

Did you know?
• Stratford was originally an agricultural community, known for its potato growing.
• Stratford is home to Britain's largest piece of public art, the ArcelorMittal Orbit.
• Three Mills Studios, in Stratford, is London's largest film and television production studio, and is where Director Danny Boyle worked on the opening ceremony for the London 2012 Olympics.


Property:
With plenty of Victorian terrace houses and new flats in the area, and with new houses being built as the development around the Olympic Park continues, there is something to suit everyone in Stratford.

Residents:
A diverse mix of cultures and people live in Stratford, with traditional East London communities mixing with young professional couples, students and city commuters.

Going Out:
Eating:
For tasty and fresh pastries and cakes, family-run Signorelli Bakery located in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is a local favourite. Also serving brunch and gourmet sandwiches with their freshly made sourdough bread.
After a hard days shopping at Westfield, head to Darkhorse restaurant and enjoy modern Italian and Spanish inspired cuisine and a great selection of wine. Westfield is also home to family favourites such as TGI Fridays, serving up classic American grub in a fun and friendly atmosphere.

Drinking:
If you're looking for glamour and style with great views of London and superb cocktails, Sky Bar at Aspers Casino Westfield is the place to go. For a more classic East End experience, the King Edward VII pub is a 19th century Grade I listed building with open fires and a cosy countryside atmosphere.


Things to do:
As one of the largest shopping malls in Europe, you can't get better retail therapy than at Westfield Stratford. With more than 250 stores, you can shop till you drop then enjoy a film at the Odeon cinema on site, or go bowling at All Star Lanes, and top off the day with dinner or drinks at one of the 65 restaurants serving food from all around the world, something to suit all tastes.
Head to Stratford's Cultural Quarter, and visit The Theatre to see talented emerging artists, musical theatre shows and comedy nights, or for a drink and some live music.
The Queen Elizabeth gardens surrounding the Olympic Park are ideal for family days out, relaxing nature walks, taking a bike ride or having a picnic. With more than 226 acres of green space offer a range of family-friendly activities.
Make use of the Olympic facilities and swim in pool of champions at the London Aquatics Centre, which is now open to the public and offers a host of activities and swimming sessions.

Transport:
Stratford is exceptionally well connected and has a host of services including Central and Jubilee Lines, DLR, Overground and international services but most importantly will be a key station on the route of the new Elizabeth Line from late 2018. Both underground lines provide fast and easy access to the City, with the Jubilee Line taking just 25 minutes to Westminster. The DLR service connects passengers to East London and the Isle of Dogs, including Canary Wharf in just 12 minutes. The Overground provides services to the popular areas of Hackney and Highbury & Islington.

Council and tax bands
Stratford is represented by Newham Council

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Telephone: See phone number 02072270044

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