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Stonelea Gardens in Leyton by Peabody

Leyton, Greater London, E11 4JZ

3 bedroom apartments
From £156,000 for a 30% share

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Stonelea Gardens | Live Life In Harmony

Stonelea Gardens is a stylish new collection of 3 bedroom apartments, some homes available with parking, all set in vibrant Leyton, East London. If you love the idea of living in a quiet residential area, but still want to enjoy the excitement and facilities of one of the world’s greatest cities, then Stonelea Gardens brings you the best of both worlds.

Built to exceptionally high standards and all with private outdoor space, these new homes are centred on a specially created village square. This tranquil development overlooks Langthorne Park and is within walking distance of many beautiful green spaces, including the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, whilst being minutes from Leyton Underground.

The choice of a vibrant neighbourhood or a quiet oasis is one you don’t have to make here - you can have both.

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All prices are a 30% share of the full market value. Affordability & eligibility criteria apply. Images are for indicative purposes only.

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