By Mark McConville
PERFECT for a West Ham fan, enjoy stunning views of the Hammers’ London Stadium in this two-bed apartment available for £750k in one of London’s new ‘go to’ areas.
Incredible images show the cosy bedrooms, sleek bathrooms and spacious living areas as well as the large, modern kitchen.
Other striking shots show the exterior of the apartment building which sits on the river, the terrace to relax outside and the views of the surrounding area including the former Olympic stadium, which is now home to Premier League football club West Ham.
The two-bed apartment is located in Legacy House, Hackney Wick, London and is currently listed by Unique Property Company for £750k.
“Once a barren industrial estate, Fish Island in Hackney Wick has fast become a mecca for smart property investment and lifestyle purchases alike,” states the listing.
“One of the earlier schemes, Legacy House sits on the site of a former woodworking warehouse with the tranquil canal running by its side and beautifully urban views that take-in the former Olympic stadium and pool, as well as the drama of Westfield Stratford and forthcoming ‘Eastbank’ which will feature the V&A, BBC, Sadlers Wells and London college of fashion.
“All of this is just minutes on foot along with the extensive transport links that include: Tube, mainline, overline and DLR rail networks plus a healthy list of bus routes.
“On the top floor of this distinctive building, a two bedroom penthouse apartment sits proudly surveying the local landscape from the generous balcony.
“Inside the clean minimal interiors have been fitted out to a super high standard. The owners have dressed and finished accordingly making full use of the open floor space. From the chic kitchen to the living area, the space flows effortlessly and whilst there are two bedrooms, the second has internal bi-fold doors which can be opened to provide additional living space if required. The main bedroom has the benefit of en-suite also.
“Is this isn’t enough, head upstairs and on to a breathtaking communal roof terrace that would make Shoreditch house proud.
“This pocket of East London has rightfully earned a reputation as a real, “go to” area. There’s plenty of nightlife and day life on the doorstep and further afield.”