Fusion Court, Stratford, London

 

 

 


Fusion Court, Stratford, London

 

A number of modern flats located in prime central London commuter district with excellent transport links and perfect for working professionals close to the heart of the capital. Situated in one of three London boroughs with the fastest rising property prices, these properties offer budding homeowners a real taste of London life.

With the development of the Elizabethan line nearing completion, areas of Greater London, such as Stratford are becoming increasingly popular with investors and commuters alike.

Fusion Court, a development of 20 new apartments within a stones throw of the Maryland cross rail station, began construction over the summer of 2017. Work is progressing well, and completion is expected in the middle of 2018. The high specifications of this range of property for sale in London is proving popular with the public, and all units are expected to be reserved exchanged prior to practical completion.

No. of properties: 20

Contractor: Featherstone Homes

Completion Date: Summer 2018 (Est. June)

Prices start from £365,000


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