17 luxury boutique apartments
17 luxury boutique apartments
17 luxury boutique apartments
17 luxury boutique apartments

A corner of your own in the centre of it all

Fusion Court is a luxury collection of 17 boutique apartments in Stratford, positioned minutes from Maryland Station and providing you with a stepping stone to all that London offers. With the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) due to open before the end of the year, Stratford is expected to attract a surge in investment, just as it did following the 2012 Olympics.

A centre for shopping & culture

Stratford has it all: rich culture, a lively nightlife, world-class shopping and fantastic transport links to the centre of the world’s greatest city.

Transport links

Residents are in an extremely advantageous position for travel in and around Greater and Central London. Maryland Station is just 0.2 miles away and has trains to Liverpool Street in 15 minutes, while Stratford Station has 9 direct rail lines with overground, underground, and international services. Despite its already outstanding links, the arrival of The Elizabeth Line by Crossrail will boost this even further by linking Stratford to The West End, Central London and Heathrow by 2019. Nothing is out of reach to residents at Fusion Court.

• Maryland Station 1 minute
• Stratford Station 1 minute
• Liverpool Street 8 minutes
• Canary Wharf 10 minutes
• Bank 11 minutes
• Highbury & Islington 14 minutes
• Waterloo 20 minutes
• Bond Street 21 minutes
• Greenwich 25 minutes

Fusion Court

Fusion Court offers a selection of one, two and three bedroom boutique apartments in an attractive, brick-fronted four-storey building. Every apartment benefits from its own private balcony or terrace, the perfect place to relax and watch the world go by, while all two and three bedroom apartments feature luxurious en-suite master bedrooms.

The apartments are designed with comfort and modern living in mind. Floor-to-ceiling glass balcony doors allow sunlight to flood in to the living area, while a colour palette of cool, natural tones helps to create a tranquil environment in the heart of one of East London’s most vibrant communities.


Shopaholics can spend entire days at Westfield Stratford City, Europe’s largest shopping mall, or perhaps an afternoon taking in the performing arts at the Theatre Royal is more your thing. There’s plenty of entertainment in the evenings, too, with roof-tops bars, hundreds or restaurants, and even ping-pong!


The start of Elizabeth line services, which will transform transport in London with quicker, easier and more accessible journeys, is now just months away. The project, which will add an estimated £42bn to the UK economy, has now entered its final stages and will open to the public in phases from December 2018, when ten new state-of-the-art stations will open. The new railway, jointly sponsored by the Department for Transport and TfL, will connect stations such as Maryland to Bond Street in only 17 minutes, transforming how Londoners and visitors move quickly across the Capital.

As part of the project, the area around Maryland station will be given a new identity and a focal point by forming a new station entrance plaza on Leytonstone Road, and effectively reshaping the highway. The scheme will provide a significantly improved pedestrian access with widened footway and a reduction in the dominance of vehicles in the area. Also proposed is new cycle parking, a taxi stand, pick-up and drop-off point, and wayfinding integrated with a public transport interchange along routes to and from Maryland station. Tree planting will also soften the urban landscape.

Property Impacts

  • Crossrail could help create £5.5 billion in added value to residential and commercial real estate along its route between 2012 and 2021, according to research for Crossrail by GVA.
  • Residential capital values are projected to increase immediately around Crossrail stations in central London by 25 per cent, and by 20 per cent in the suburbs, again above a rising baseline projection.
  • Significant property investment could take place at locations including Stratford, Canary Wharf, Farringdon, Whitechapel, Abbey Wood, Custom House, Ealing Broadway, Southall and Woolwich.
  • Crossrail is already having an impact on property investment decisions particularly in London.


built for a modern lifestyle

  • Contemporary kitchens with high gloss handleless wall and floor mounted cabinets.

  • Real wood worktops.

  • Fully integrated appliances including oven, hob, extractor, washer/dryer and fridge freezer.

bathroom / en-suite
  • Square Renaissance Alveus bath.
  • Luxurious white suites with contemporary chrome fittings.
  • Heated towel rails.
  • Mirror and shaver sockets provided to all bathrooms and en-suits.
  • Neutral tiles in bathroom.
electrical & multimedia
  • Video Entry system in hallway.
  • Pre wired for satellite TV and telephone points in living room.
  • Chrome switch plates and sockets throughout.
  • Downlighters throughout.
  • Satin stainless switches.
  • Satin stainless ironmongery.
central heating & hot water
  • Individual Boiler to each apartment.
finishing touches
  • Neutral tiles in bathrooms.
  • Dulux natural paint colours throughout
  • Contemporary white internal door with satin stainless ironmongery.
  • Kardean/Amticoflooringstokitchen, hallway, living and dining rooms.
  • Berber style carpets to bedroom only.
external features
  • Grey windows and grey aluminium bi-fold doors from both the living room and dining room.
  • Timber decking to balcony / terrace.
other information

Guarantees: CRL 10 year guarantee.

Estimated service charge: £1.64 psf.

Tenure: Leasehold – 250 years.

Ground rent:

1 bed £300 per annum
2 bed £350 per annum
3 bed £400 per annum
5 year RPI linked collar and cap of 1% and 3%
*Some features listed are subject to availability. Please ask for further details.


The London Help to Buy scheme could help you realise the dream of owning your own home in the capital. When you put down as little as a 5% deposit on a newly built home, you can get a Government equity loan – for up to 40% of the purchase price.

Aldermore, Bank of Scotland, Barclays, Halifax, Leeds, Lloyds, Nationwide, NatWest, Newcastle, Royal Bank of Scotland, Santander, Teachers and TSB offer London Help to Buy.

Who is eligible?
London Help to Buy equity loans are available to first time buyers as well as homeowners looking to move. The home you want to buy must be newly built with a price tag of up to £600,000.

How to apply
The London Help to Buy scheme is run by the Government-appointed Help to Buy London agent. They can guide you through your purchase, from providing general information about the scheme to dealing with your application.

Example: for a home with a £400,000 price tag

You won’t be charged loan fees on the 40% loan for the first five years of owning your home.

To open the door to owning your home in London, contact the Help to Buy agent for London:
0300 5000996