Alto, Wembley Park, HA9

Alto, Wembley Park, HA9

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4.25 Rating (based on 4 reviews) 4 reviews

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Alto is a residential development built and managed by property developer Tipi. It features 120 modern apartments in the centre of lively Wembley Park, near to The SSE Arena and Wembley Stadium. All units are for rent only, and enjoy good connections to Central London via the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines from Wembley Park Station. Read more

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Beautiful apartment. Great customer service. Up & coming neighbourhood

I’ve lived at Tipi for nearly 2 years now and can honestly say it’s been great. The apartments are very stylish and spacious, you don’t expect to get places that nice when renting, they’ve paid attention to the little things. We had a problem with the blinds once but the resident team sorted it within 24hrs. Never had a landlord sort problem out that quick. Never expected to like the resident social events they do but they’re genuinely awesome – quiz night, supperclubs and they had their Xmas party in Boxpark for us. Definitely recommend Tipi , go and have a look for sure.

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Me and my partner were really sceptical initially about living in Wembley Park (it’s miles away or even a big dodgy) but it’s only 35mins to Liverpool St and clearly changed massively. There’s a Boxpark, outlet shopping centre, it’s really safe, never saw any trouble. They said there’s a theatre coming too which is cool.

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Nothing really, everything was easy. Saw the apartment, loved it and the process was straight forward.

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A high class development

The flats at Alto were of a higher class than any I’ve seen in Wembley before and we’ve lived in the area for 10 years. Stunning decoration throughout and extra features you wouldn’t usually expect for the pricepoint. Good facilities and gardens, courtyards. The developers are breathing new life into a previously downtrodden borough!

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A contemporary new icon for the Wembley skyline

The northern portion of Wembley Park is in the midst of a huge transformation, and Alto is somewhat of a lighthouse for the place. The development’s sky-high stone and glass towers are now a gleaming beacon for a new 85-acre urban neighbourhood, known as North Village.

Alto’s staggered buildings hold one, two and three-bedroom apartments. They’re chic and modern, with a soothing aesthetic of white and grey hues, and a mix of faux-wood flooring and wool carpet. Buyers can personalise the space by choosing between two colour schemes – Malmo lighter and Manhattan darker. Interiors experts, FLINT, wanted the space to feel warm and inviting, so an open-plan living and dining area complements the palettes, along with plenty of natural light via full-height glazing. Kitchens are fully fitted with handle-less furniture and Siemens appliances, and bedrooms come with built-in wardrobes. Ambient LED downlights feature throughout, and most homes come with a balcony or terrace.

Indoor public areas have been designed to echo the style of a boutique hotel, and include a gym, a spa and an elegant reception area. This is where you’ll find the concierge, who aids with things like parcel deliveries and restaurant reservations.

To the front of the Alto development are Elvin Square Gardens, a peaceful green sanctuary freckled with birch and cherry trees, which provide a pleasant route to Wembley Park (just under 10 minutes’ walk away). The station is residents’ gateway to central London, with trains running via the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines to the likes of Bond Street, Waterloo, Canary Wharf, King’s Cross and Liverpool Street.

With so much on the doorstep you may not want to venture far. The area’s legendary arena and stadium need little introduction, and host a packed calendar of musical and sporting events all year long. London Designer Outlet is also close by, where you can spend the day shopping for high-end names at a fraction of the usual price, and then catch dinner and a movie at one of the site’s numerous restaurants and nine-screen Cineworld.

TripAdvisor area favourites aside, Wembley Park is a wonderfully diverse place with something for everyone. Foodies can enjoy cuisines from world-over, bargain-hunters can haggle for knick-knacks at the market, and nature-lovers can find escapism in nearby Fryent Country Park.

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Great way to live

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Having rented lots of times this way of living is just great … all the hassle doesn’t exist.
The roof terrace is so cool and quite unlike renting my last flat! The communal kitchen looks great; I’m yet to use it but looking forward to doing so.

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Lots of construction and building quite a cool place to live but not much else around outside the park. Very easy to get into town though

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That there would be so much building work going on

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