Close to Stratford and Pudding Mill Lane DLR Station
On site Concierge / Gymansium
EPC - B
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Forged high into the city clouds, Sky View Tower stands with this elegant 3 bedroom home, perched above the cusp of Stratford and Bow for some luxurious respite from the bustling city below.
Ideal for any single or coupled professionals needing a short commute, Sky View Tower is new to the skyline, with a crisp and clean white finish spread across the living space. The abundance of natural light is prominent throughout, with some of the most spectacular views across the whole of London. The kitchen is a wonder for whipping up a speciality dish which can be enjoyed overlooking the city from the dining terrace. The pristine condition of the bathroom, with heated towel rack and power shower, makes it perfect for warming up on unforgiving mornings or cooling off after a hot summer's day. A spacious and carpeted bedroom add to the pure comfort of this deluxe pad.
The extremely convenient location is a prominent feature of this property. Pudding Mill Lane and Bromley-by-Bow are a stone's throw away, with the East London travel hub, Stratford, a brisk walk or short hop on the bus in the other direction. There is a real abundance of restaurants, bars and shops within walking distance, always handy when time is short or the weekend (finally) arrives; the largest shopping mall in Europe is Stratford, too.
The development also boasts a 24-hour concierge, fully kitted out residents gym, and shared rooftop terrace, both of which allow for some of the most stunning views London has to offer.
If this sounds like the ideal property, feel free to contact the East London Lettings Team on and book a grand tour today!
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