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New Shared Ownership in Stratford

The east end quarter of the capital has become one of the most desired locations for London’s homebuyers, drawn to the appealing mix of vibrant venues, industrial heritage and a buoyant community spirit. One east London neighbourhood that has captured the interest of property buyers is Stratford. For home hunters keen to make this thriving hub their home, Peabody is preparing to launch the next phase of Shared Ownership homes at their popular Bridge East development at Legacy Wharf on Saturday the 14th of May. Situated within walking distance from the heart of Stratford and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, purchasers here are perfectly positioned to enjoy some of London’s most exciting amenities, without paying a premium price.

The exciting new phase at Bridge East will offer an exclusive and contemporary collection of one and three-bedroom apartments that are well placed to enjoy everything this popular east London quarter offers. Stratford itself has experienced a rapid transformation, undergoing one of the UK’s largest regeneration programs on the back of the 2012 Olympic games. Now a flourishing hotspot of fantastic retail venues, a buzzing dining and social scene and world-class sporting facilities – the area has become a magnet for young professionals keen to be a part of this vibrant district whilst being able to witness its continuing growth. Available to purchase with Shared Ownership, purchasers who are eager to step on the ladder here will be able to take advantage of the lower-level deposit required when using the Shared Ownership scheme – unlocking access to the London locations that they may have considered out of reach.

Forming part of the wider development at Legacy Wharf, the homes at Bridge East occupy the Artisan Apartment building. Each of the seven Shared Ownership apartments offer a high-quality specification paired with bright and spacious open plan layouts and the familiar attention to detail found within a Peabody home. Residents here will be able to take advantage of having access to a dedicated concierge service, as well as a private on-site gym and a communal courtyard garden square. For those who want to venture out but stay close to home, a riverside walkway adjacent to the development provides the ideal setting to enjoy a summer evening stroll or early morning run along the Bow Back River. Additionally, buyers can access The Greenway cycleway, a few minutes from Bridge East, this path connects Hackney Wick to Pudding Mill Lane in Stratford and secure onsite cycle storage makes this a hassle-free travel option for cycle enthusiasts.

For those who enjoy getting outdoors, Lea Valley Regional Park is a 26-mile long, 10,000-acre park known as a ‘Green Lung’ for London. The park is a mosaic of award-winning open spaces, country parks and attractive waterside settings. Part of this huge expanse is the premium facilities at The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park which are a few minutes’ walk from Bridge East. Boasting miles of scenic paths and trails, the London Stadium, London Aquatics centre for swimming, Lea Valley VeloPark for cycling, Lea Valley Hockey and tennis centre, and the Copper Box Arena gym and sports hall. Just a 10-minute bike ride away is Victoria Park, one of London’s oldest public spaces. The largest urban shopping and leisure destination in Europe, Westfield Stratford City, is less than one mile away, here residents will benefit from over 200 shops, 70 restaurants and a 20-screen, all-digital Vue Cinema. For popular cultural venues, there is the Theatre Royal Stratford East, and Roof East, a cinema on top of a multi-storey car park.

Commuters and travellers are well catered for. Located in the Zone 2 hub of Stratford, residents at Bridge East have an array of transport choices to choose from – Bow Church DLR station and Pudding Mill DLR station are both a few minutes’ walk away from the development. From here commuters can get to Canary Wharf in 14-minutes and to Bank in 25-minutes. Stratford bus and train station is also nearby, served by the Jubilee and Central lines, central London can be reached in minutes with further improvements expected following the introduction of Crossrail services on the Elizabeth line. For trips abroad, high-speed trains from Stratford International mean residents can reach St. Pancras in seven minutes, while London City Airport can be reached in just 19 minutes on the DLR.