While the World Cup sadly didn’t come home, football fans may be excited to hear that their new ‘home’ could be at the heart of one of the UK’s most iconic football locations.
Short of actually taking up residence within Wembley Stadium* (you can’t – we’ve checked), living right next door to the iconic arch could well be the best location on the planet for avid football fans.
Not only is Wembley Stadium the spiritual home of English football but Brazilian footballer Pelé once called it “the cathedral of football”.
Russian diplomatic sources claim that 10,000 England fans headed across to Russia to see the World Cup this summer to see England placed in tantalisingly close 4th place.
Fans who want more play for their pounds however, are heading to Wembley Park instead, where an award-winning, master-planned community is offering the ultimate homes for devotees of the beautiful game.
“Wembley is the heart and soul of football. The curve of the arch rising above the stadium is a joy to behold and a sight that is bound to inspire any true football fan. It is an honour to work on developing such a well-located site, with homes offering outstanding views of one of football’s most recognised and loved venues.”
Rajesh Shah, Managing Director, Tipi
Tipi, located just metres from Wembley stadium, offers a choice of residences to rent, all to suit a variety of tastes and budgets. An easy, friendly lifestyle is at the core of Tipi with ‘red carpet renting’ meaning superb customer service, plentiful social spaces and a strong commitment to community spirit.
Communal facilities range from stylishly designed lounges and cinema rooms to onsite gyms and kitchens that are open 24/7 and even available for private hire. Regular resident drinks, supper clubs and barbecues foster a genuine community culture and residents even have the chance to get their hands on free tickets for Wembley gigs and sporting fixtures. Not just that but from September four-legged friends will also be welcome at Tipi with a number of new pet-friendly homes to rent available.
The individual apartments are delightfully contemporary. The first two buildings to be completed – Montana and Dakota – both offer homes with views of the Wembley arch, as do the latest homes within Alto, especially from the roof terrace.
Apartments are available with a variety of tenancy lengths up to three years and above and come with no inventory, referencing, admin or any other kind of fees. Rents include all utilities, as well as ultra-fast broadband.
Residents can choose either furnished, part-furnished or unfurnished homes. All apartments enjoy their own private balcony or terrace, while an acre of landscaped gardens with stunning water features surrounds the Montana and Dakota buildings. Alto’s outside space includes an impressive roof terrace and a pretty courtyard garden that is perfect for relaxing and socialising in.
Wembley Park certainly offers plenty of excitement for football fans. Spurs have made the stadium their home for the 2017/18 season, while construction work on their own ground takes place. In addition, Wembley Stadium hosts a range of leading football fixtures – over the next few weeks, the FA Community Shield will be played there, as well as England’s match against Spain in early September. It’s even possible to study for a football-related degree at Wembley Stadium.
Almost on the doorstep, Powerleague Wembley offers even more to keep football fans happy, including four outdoor pitches and facilities for children. Meanwhile, Wembley Park’s Yellow Pavilion is home to a range of community sport and fitness activities, with football for even the youngest residents in the form of the Wonderkids Football Academy every Sunday morning. What football fan could ask for more?
Apartments at Tipi are available from £1,650 for a studio, £1,785 one-bedroom home, £2,115 for a two-bed and £2,900 for a three-bed.
For more information or to book a viewing with the Tipi team, visit www.tipi.london, take a video tour of a Tipi apartment or call 020 3151 1927.
* Wembley Stadium is the property of The FA Group and run by Wembley National Stadium Limited, a subsidiary of The Football Association.