Step inside your new home and you’ll soon be impressed.
The modern open plan living areas are as stylish as they are comfortable. The wool mix carpets bring a touch of indulgence to the bedrooms, carefully planned to provide the best space, light and storage.
Individually designed, fully fitted kitchens by Symphony include a built in oven, hob and extractor. All apartments include a fridge freezer, dishwasher and washer dryer.
The apartments benefit from a fully tiled bathroom with modern chrome fittings, The Ecodeck balconies are perfect for an early evening sundown as you take in the inspiring views.
One of the gateways to the new Leyton, NEST is a 21st Century development that signals the exciting changes here. Mixing contemporary urban style with laidback comfort it’s a building that stands out from the crowd while blending in. The clean lines and bold brickwork of the exterior draws the eye while mirroring the historic Victorian terraces of the neighbouring streets.
The pared down simplicity continues in the impressive private balconies with views across to the Olympic Park and beyond.
For an ever better view head up to the communal roof terrace, a tranquil sanctuary from the buzz below. It’s all about being part of a community in transition in a home that embraces both the old and the new.
A contemporary and striking development in East London’s hippest new postcode, NEST is where community and creativity meet.
This stylish collection of one, two and three bed homes, are symbolic of Leyton’s transformation into a vibrant neigbourhood where it’s easy to belong. One of East London’s most sought-after new areas to live, Leyton now has the homes to match the exciting changes. Rising up as a modernist landmark, NEST combines stylish urban living with a neighborhood vibe.
Around the waterways of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, it’s easy to forget how close the creative urban areas of Hackney and Shoreditch are. Being here really does give you the best of both worlds. So play your part in this exciting new chapter in East London’s rich history, along with a growing community of like-minded people.
Five minutes walk from NEST is Leyton Underground station where Central Line trains carry commuters and shoppers into Liverpool Street and the West End in less than 30 minutes. Just three stops brings you to the creative hub of Bethnal Green with a short walk along Redchurch Street reaching the boutiques and restaurants of Shoreditch.
Nearby Stratford International is now a major transport hub with King’s Cross Eurostar connections just seven minutes away. Stratford also brings East London’s other creative areas like the happening arts hub of Hackney Wick and the bars and galleries of Dalston within easy reach.
Or explore by bike the neighbourhoods of London Fields and Clapton less than a 20-minute ride away. You can also make the best of the transport connections with the new cycle hub at Leyton Underground station where you will also find Brompton bike hire. And with work beginning soon on the Mayor of London’s Mini-Holland scheme cycling in the region is to become even easier.
City Airport is also easily accessible and with the arrival of Crossrail in 2018 journeys to Heathrow from Stratford will be cut to 40 minutes.
The strong artistic spirit has seen the arrival of new galleries and independent stores that wouldn’t be out of place in Hackney and Dalston as E10 becomes the latest hot postcode in East London. And with quirky pop up stores, craft beer pubs and acclaimed restaurants opening all the time, you never quite know where the latest cool spot will be.
Exploring the local neighbourhood, you’ll soon discover plenty of green spaces. Whether riding your bike through Victoria Park or doing lengths at London Fields lido, unwinding is easy here.
Right next to the Westield Centre, the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will also soon be home to major new spaces for the V&A, Sadler’s Wells, and London College of Fashion, “setting the stage for a new fashion and arts hub” in the words of Vogue magazine.
Leyton is emerging from the shadows of its neighbours to become the area everyone is talking about.
NEST brings you a modern London lifestyle with community at its heart. Alongside other contemporary developments like Leyton Central it’s meeting the changes of the new East London.
A vibrant mix of creative businesses and old local institutions where a real sense of pride and community permeates everyday life, Leyton really does earn its reputation as a unique neighbourhood of London.
It was back in the mid 1990s when artists like Tracey Emin and Damien Hurst laid the foundations for East London’s creative renaissance in the disused lofts around Old Street. The same energy that saw Shoreditch transformed has now well and truly reached Leyton.Disclaimer
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