Final Call for Homebuyers at Fish Island Village

Final Call for Homebuyers at Fish Island Village

Homebuyers eager to make one of London’s coolest neighbourhoods their home should head to award-winning housebuilder Hill’s development, Fish Island Village in the vibrant canal-side surroundings of Hackney Wick. A landmark development of stylish new homes in partnership with London housing association Peabody, Fish Island Village forms an integral part of a thriving new creative hub combined with unique spaces to live, work and socialise and since its birth has become a truly inspirational place to call home. Set to deliver the final collection of apartments next month, those keen to step on the ladder here should act now to avoid missing out on the final opportunity to be part of one of the capital’s most exciting new destinations.

Comprising a superb selection of one, two and three bedroom apartments, this final phase of homes will provide residents with access to a private rooftop garden with seating areas, as well as new commercial space. Occupying a prime Zone 2 location, homebuyers at Fish Island Village will have a huge variety of amenities at their disposal, both within the development and within easy walking distance. Residents will have access to a state-of-the-art fitness suite, a dedicated concierge service and secure cycle storage. Scattered courtyards offer breakout zones for social interaction and play, while a new public square provides a great space to sit, unwind and watch the world go by. The attractive canal side setting connects to a neat network of footpaths and cycleways that lead residents to a unique and spirited choice of cool bars, restaurants, shops and outdoor venues that cater for every imaginable ambiance.

Final Call for Homebuyers at Fish Island Village
Final Call for Homebuyers at Fish Island Village

“Fish Island Village has been a tremendous success and we are extremely proud to have been part of bringing such a special collection of homes to London’s homebuyers. The final collection of apartments will mark the end of an era for Hill; however, we will leave a sustainable legacy and community behind that we hope will continue to thrive and flourish for many years to come. Homebuyers who are considering making Fish Island Village the place to start their homeownership journey should register their interest as soon as possible – we expect strong demand for these homes and urge prospective purchasers to book their viewing to avoid disappointment,” said Rebecca Littler, Group Sales and Marketing Director.

Each of the spacious one, two and three bedroom apartments have been thoughtfully created and feature the usual high-quality specification and attention to detail found in a Hill home. Designed to combine community and convenience, many will enjoy views over the Hertford Union Canal, as well as the more private courtyard setting of Wanbeck Yard. A number of properties benefit from being within our Capitol Collection which provides the highest level of specification, and also have the added bonus of winter gardens, allowing owners to enjoy the outside whatever the weather.

All residents will have access to a communal rooftop garden – a serene space ideal for relaxing, catching up with friends or even somewhere for keen gardeners to grow their own produce too. For those who relish time out, without having to leave the city, this particular spot offers stunning cityscape views across London’s iconic skyline – perfect for a morning coffee before work or somewhere to end the day watching the sun disappear over the capital.

Final Call for Homebuyers at Fish Island Village

Residents can take a short 13-minute walk across to Here East where there is a host of shops, cafes, bars and even a spa to indulge in. The development is also just a fifteen-minute walk from the lively hub of Stratford where a haven of shopping and leisure venues await residents at Westfield Stratford City. Closer to home there is plenty to keep residents occupied. Popular dog café Barkney Wick is great place for furry friends and residents alike to relax with a coffee, London’s funky floating venues – The Milk Float and Barge East serve up a tasty treat or Number 90 is ideal for drinks with friends – with much more to explore.

Commuters at Fish Island Village are taken care of. Hackney Wick station is a short 10-minute walk away and provides straightforward transport links to nearby Stratford, Kings Cross and Liverpool Street. From Stratford Station residents can reach North Greenwich, Canary Wharf and London Bridge in under 20 minutes. Stratford Olympic Village is a short walk and provides a whole host of activities and outside space to keep even the most active residents occupied.


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