Eco Apartment

East London | E3


This beautifully designed, light filled one bedroom apartment combines the very best of urban living, convenient travel options and a great range of places to eat and drink all on the doorstep with the pleasure of living alongside a canal and within a very short walking distance of the remarkable Victoria Park.

The apartment has direct views of the Regents Canal with the constant fascination of moving water and the birds and wildlife sharing this spot. Yet Stop Lock Apartments sits right at the crossroads of two canal paths giving easy routes for walking, cycling or running along to Hackney Wick or straight along the Regents Canal to Angel Basin, Camden & Kings Cross. Bethnal Green tube station is less than a 15-minute walk away (Central Line) connecting to the city, and Cambridge Heath Overground is a similar distance and takes you straight into Liverpool Street.

The apartment is on the second floor. There are solid wood floors throughout the whole flat and the apartment has been cleverly designed using high-end materials, fixtures and fittings. There’s a lovely open plan reception area with a big balcony overlooking the canal yet not overlooked by neighbours – a perfect spot for relaxing, al fresco working and entertaining. The good-sized double bedroom has a built in wardrobe and again has those unique views over the canal. The bathroom is notably spacious and contains a bath with overhead shower, WC, washbasin and heated towel rail. The integrated kitchen has plenty of storage and prep space and is finished with cabinetry in a neutral colour way. A fridge/freezer, induction hob, fan oven, overhead extractor, dishwasher and washing machine are all included.

This development is very well maintained and has been thoughtfully designed. There’s a communal bike storage and a lift.

Victoria Park ‘The People’s Park’, is just across the road, providing 213 acres of open space full of sports, playgrounds and cafes. Victoria Park Village is the closest high street for shopping, with boutiques, pubs and independent shops.

Great well-recognised local places to drink include The Lauriston, good for pizza and live music and the Royal Inn On The Park, which feels almost like an extension of the park with it’s fabulous outdoor area. The Ginger Pig is the local butcher and the Blue Ivy Cafe is just across the canal from the front door, serving up fantastic brunches and well-made coffee.

Living here has the charm of being at the heart of a London village with the benefits of quick access to the key work and entertainment hubs of the Capital.


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