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Fish Island Village, Stratford

SHARED OWNERSHIP

1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments
£110,000 - £176,250

 
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New 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments | Next viewing day on Saturday 21st March

Prices from:
1 bed apartments from £110,000*
2 bed apartments from £125,000*
3 bed apartments from £170,000*
*Based on a 25% share of the full market value.

Gym & Concierge Service Available

Fish Island Village is a vibrant canalside community, on the edge of Hackney Wick. Located just moments from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Victoria Park, Westfield Stratford City and Hackney Wick Overground station, you couldn’t be better placed to enjoy a dynamic and inspired lifestyle.

Building on the area’s legacy, Fish Island Village has been designed with community in mind and takes inspiration from the existing neighbouring buildings. This thriving, cultural creative hub comprises an eclectic mix of modern apartments and unique workspaces, making it the ultimate place for like-minded people to collaborate.

A stylish collection of 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments available through Shared Ownership. With contemporary and stylish kitchens, hotel style bathrooms, and spacious carpeted bedrooms, creating the perfect space to enjoy the vibrancy of Fish Island Village.

Next door to the independent cafes, bars and warehouse pop-up art galleries the area is famous for, this energetic neighbourhood will be a truly inspiring place to call home.

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