|Added on Rightmove:||07 November 2016 (343 days ago)|
- Studio Apartment
- Northwest Aspect
- 27th Floor
- 377 (approx) Sq Ft
- Secure Cycle Storage
Situated on the West aspect of Strata, this 27th floor studio apartment has amazing views across London, taking in landmarks such as the London eye, Westminster, BT Tower and in the distance, Wembley stadium. With an exceptional internal specification including whitewashed oak wooden engineered flooring, Dade Bespoke Kitchen and Hansgrohe bathroom fittings, this concierge served apartment is one of the first available within Londons newest Landmark. The building further benefits from high speed lift access, a propriatory services website for owners and occupants, all house ventilation and Sprinkler fire safety systems.
Strata SE1 is the tallest residential building in central London. Designed by BFLS (formerly Hamiltons), Strata SE1 is the architectural icon soaring 43 storeys above SE1. It has a mixture of stunning studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments all with floor-to-ceiling windows and inspiring views of London with 310 private apartments.
Setting new standards in sustainable living, Strata SE1 is the first development in the world where wind turbines have been integrated into the fabric of the building
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