Now available and fully renovated this stunning apartment just five minutes walk from East Croydon main station and transport hub.
This is truly a superior apartment, excellent decor with all modern conveniences including AEG cooking appliances (intergrated oven, microwave and induction hob), beautiful bathroom with large shower, stylish decor in all the rooms, two large sofas (one of which is a sofa bed) and a host of other quality styling touches.
Situated on the 7th floor and accessible via the lift with free parking in the dedicated parking zone behind the building and just minutes away from supermarkets and shops.
The bedroom boasts plenty of wardrobe space and room to put your suitcases, the double bed is extremely comfortable with a very high quality mattress.
In the lounge there is a sofa bed and the apartment is equipped with all that is necessary for four persons including the extra bedding needed for the sofa bed.
Superior viewing and entertainment comes via the 48'' flat screen TV in the lounge and of course free wi fi and broadband internet connection.
The apartment features the following:
Fully equipped kitchen
Top of the range appliances
Full size oven
Integrated microwave oven
48'' Flat screen TV
Comfortable couches and furniture
Free Broadband internet and Wi Fi
All towels bedding and everything you are likely to need for your stay
The manager of the property is located nearby and is always available for advice or information.
Now open next to East Croydon Station is the amazing new dining and entertainment concept: BOXPARK.
It’s the world’s first pop-up food mall – fusing the concepts of the modern street food market and placing local and global brands side by side, to create a unique dining and entertainment destination.
Entirely constructed out of refitted shipping containers, Boxpark utilises a unique position in being able to offer affordable and flexible conditions for lifestyle brands, cafes, restaurants and bars to trade and succeed.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, said: “One of the things I love most about London is that its cultural gems are not just limited to the city centre. Around every corner of the capital there is something new and exciting to discover and Croydon is full of fantastic things to see and do.
“Having just been named the fastest growing economy in the UK, Croydon is fast emerging as a hub for culture and development thanks to the extensive regeneration it has been undergoing in recent years. Growing London’s cultural sector is one of my core priorities and I’m delighted to see top innovators and entertainers setting their sights on Croydon. Boxpark will be a great addition to the town centre and a festival of this scale and calibre is the perfect way for Croydon to really get itself noticed on the capital’s cultural map.”
Boxpark Croydon will follow its successful sister site in Shoreditch, opening Croydon’s doors to over 40 rising food & drink traders including MeatLiquor, Chilango, Mama Lan, Breakfast Club and many more.
And it’s not just about the food! It’s not all about retail…
Boxpark aims to consistently deliver an exciting and wide variety of food and beverage but entertainment and events will form a big part of the scene, bringing as much fresh, vibrant and exiting talent to Croydon as possible.
Croydon town center is a fifteen minute walk or short bus hop away and the area is very well served by public transport.
The iconic Whitgift shopping center has 140 retailers under one roof, is open seven days a week and central Croydon has an abundance of restaurants and bars.
There are convenience stores and super-markets within a few minutes walk.
Croydon has the largest population of all the Boroughs in London, and with Croydon Town acting as the heart of the borough; it could almost be a city in itself.
The area has always been a leader in financial, business and cultural sectors and is considered to be very well balanced with great living and working opportunities mixed with a bustling town center and many green open areas. It also has a great alternative/arts scene, making living or staying in Croydon an increasingly attractive choice for anyone not wanting to pay higher London prices.
The Borough of Croydon formed in 1965 and the name derives from Saxon times, meaning “valley of the crocuses!” – Crocuses are a plant in the iris family, for those wondering!
As mentioned above, Croydon has always been a leader in financial and business sectors; this dates back to when the area boasted the city’s first and only airport of its time. The now defunct airport is a Grade II listed building and a tourist attraction.
Looking forward, Croydon has a large regeneration plan running. The plans aim to make the area London’s “third city” by 2020 and are pumping £3.5 billion into major “master plans” in East, West and Mid Croydon as well as Fairfield and Oldtown.
Croydon acts as a gateway from South London to Central London and has many major roads running through it, including Purely Way – great for commuters. The Borough has so many great opportunities of its own that you don’t have to see it only as a commuter choice for London (despite the fact it is), but also a great place to live and work.
The Brighton Mainline rail links Croydon with Sussex, Kent and Surrey to the South, and Central London to the north. The M25, M23 and A23 roads link Croydon with many key areas, including; Central London, Gatwick, Crawley and East Sussex.
There is also a massive public transport infrastructure running throughout Croydon with regular routes on train, tram and buses.
East Croydon Station is just a 5 minute walk away. It is a major transport hub for trains buses and trams.
East Croydon Station is your gateway to London and the South East, use your Oyster or Travel card for convenient, frequent and speedy travel Directly into Central London. London Victoria in 16 mins and London Bridge in 20 mins.
Once in Central London you can access all of London's transport network, Underground, trains, trams and buses and see all that the one of the worlds leading cities has to offer.
Direct non stop and frequent 24 hour service to London Gatwick Airport normally in just 14 mins makes travelling to the airport a breeze.
The excellent tram system serving Croydon can also take you directly to Wimbledon, home of the famous tennis tournament. It takes just 30 minutes and costs around £4
East Croydon station is situated in zone 5
Please note that as of June 2015 this apartment was totally renovated and re-modeled.
Both Iain and I are very keen travelers and have experienced all sorts of levels of accommodation in other countries, with that in mind our goal here is to try and provide quality, self contained accommodation with a high level of privacy and independence.
If you have any concerns or difficulties whilst at the apartment please contact us immediately so we can assist or rectify.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
The host was there to greet us was pleasant and friendly and easily contactable ..nothing was too much trouble. The apartment was presented and cleaned to exceptional standards
We loved our stay in Gary’s flat! By far the best apartment we ever stayed in Croydon! Plus a very comfortable private parking behind the building, and also very convenient to reach the train station by a short walk for who doesn’t have a car! We definitely will be back!!!
We stayed 14th-19th Nov. Perfect place to stay. Perfect location. Check in was very easy. Kids friendly house. Surely will come back again. Highly recommended.
Gary's apartment was clean, spacious and centrally located. The bed was one of the most comfortable I have slept in! His listing description is spot on. The public transportation system was a 7 minute walk along with a grocer and the new Boxpark. I would definitely stay here again when visiting London.
London was our first stop on our U.K. and Euro trip and Gary's apartment was great. It isn't located in central London and we had a few locals question why we would want to stay in Croyden, however it was only a 3 minute walk to the train station and then only 15 minutes on the train into central London. We were met at the apartment by Alexandra who showed us all we needed to know and answered some questions regarding public transport for us. We were surprised to see there was tea and coffee available for us which we didn't expect and the apartment was in perfect condition - it looks exactly like the pictures! Hosts were really easy to contact