The migration East continues to gather pace, and the outstanding ratio of cost to “liveability” not found elsewhere makes this area a shining light in the capital.
The dynamism of the City, Canary Wharf and Stratford continues to ripple out to Leyton and create transformational levels of change in quality of life and investment potential.
Being so close to both Leyton Midland Road Overground and Leytonstone Underground stations, and with Crossrail arriving at Stratford station in 2018, Eva Apartments will afford residents one of the most well connected locations in the capital.
1-9 Eva Apartments, 663 High Road Leyton, London, E10 6RA
Leytonstone station is just a brief fifteen minute walk from Eva apartments, providing access to the central line and speedy connections to the rest of the capital.
Walthamstow Central is approximately twenty minutes walk from Eva apartments, providing direct access to the Victoria Line and overground services to The City.
Eva is just a short bus rise from Stratford International station and the Jubilee and central lines, DLR and overground for excellent access to all areas of the city. Stratford is also soon to be home to a new crossrail stop.
Conveniently located on the doorstep of Eva Apartments, Leyton Midland Road Overground will take you directly to Barking station, or across to north west London and the green spaces of Hampstead Heath.
With major roads A12 and A13 (East India Dock Road) both close by, Eva apartments is also superbly placed to access the motoway network including the M11 for Stansted Airport or the M25.
There are many bus stops surrounding Eva Apartments. The routes include the 69, 97, W16 and N26 for 24 hour services.
From leytonstone Tube Station
- 8 mins
- The City
- 18 mins
- oxford circus
- 23 mins
- notting hill
- 41 mins
From walthamstow central station
- highbury & islington
- 12 mins
- king’s cross
- 14 mins
- the city
- 19 mins
- 26 mins
from stratford tube station
- Liverpool Street
- 12 mins
- canary wharf
- 9 mins
- 17 mins
- Heathrow Airport
- 68 mins
Scheduled for staged completion during 2018, Crossrail will offer direct fast routes to Heathrow, Liverpool Street, Tottenham Court Road, Bond Street and Paddington. The opening of the line will dramatically enhance commuting time from the locale.
A recent property feasibility study states that property near Crossrail stations could enjoy price increses of up to 25% simply based on their proximity to the new stations. The study states:
Crossrail is more than a new rail link, it will be a catalyst for regeneration in key locations and a driver of London’s continued growth, in particular from a property perspective.© CROSSRAIL LONDON
Post the 2012 Olympics, Leyton has become a hub of young professionals and families. The high road has now been transformed into one of London’s best looking high streets, with a plethora of one-off shops and cafes for the discerning customer. Visit the Hornbeam Cafe for the best East London has to offer in or ganic treats, or sample the local delights at Deeny’s Cafe (below middle) and Darkhorse Restaurant (below left). If you’re an early riser, you can pick up a locally roasted coffee from We Are Here, London’s coolest coffee cart (left). Delicatessen Palmeira is a fantastic Portugese lunch spot, and the Shish Mahal is widely regarded as the best indian eatery in East London. And if you’re looking for something to do after lunch why not visit the home of Leyton Orient, the second oldest football club in the UK.
Leytonstone’s been tipped as a hot spot for a while now, but thankfully it’s escaped the gentrification makeover that most up-and-coming areas succumb to.
Westfield Stratford is a major force in London retailing and leisure. With a multitude of recreational venues, over 300 shops and 80 places to eat little more than five minutes away on the train from Eva Apartments, you’ll be able to literally “shop ’til you drop.”
Billions of pounds of investment have made this one of Europe’s largest retail environments and its million visitors per week have turned neighbouring areas into desirable London residential hotspots.
THE LEGACY OF THE 2012 LONDON OLYMPICS IS A STATE OF THE ART INFRASTRUCTURE, VENUES AND FACILITIES, POSITIONING EAST LONDON AS A MAJOR FORCE IN THE CAPITAL.
In the recent past several sites in Hackney Wick have undergone regeneration and the proximity of the Olympic Park has massively enhanced the locality’s appeal. Numerous artists and designers have set up studios here – and in neighbouring Fish Island – mainly in old warehouses and disused industrial premises. In 2012 Hackney Wick became home to The White Building, a canal-side centre for art, technology and sustainability. Hackney Wick really is the destination to see some of the finest art and design London has to offer. Moreover, the area is home to Hackney WickEd, a dynamic force for promoting local culture – dedicated to providing a platform for artists to showcase their work alongside established and international names.
EAST LONDON IS HOME TO LONDON’S ART QUARTER, HOUSING THE LARGEST NUMBER OF ARTISTS WORKING IN EUROPE TODAY, FEATURING many of the artworld’s celebrity A-list.
Close by Canary Wharf and Stratford both boast a cultural pedigree with art installations by celebrated artists and gallery spaces. The East End itself oozes cool and is firmly established as London’s new creative hub. Culture and The Arts in all its forms find outlets in every guise, with the emphasis on being inclusive to all and breaking down traditional barriers.