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E7 area guide

Postcode district: E7

Location

To the north, E7 is demarcated by Lake House Road. To the east it stretches almost as far as Aldersbrook Road, Forest Drive and Station Road. The southern boundary is approximately demarcated by Plashet Grove and Plashet Road.The E7 postcode district lies within or includes part of the following towns, counties, localities, electoral wards and stations: Cann Hall, East Ham North, Forest Gate, Forest Gate North, Forest Gate South, Forest Gate Station, Green Street East, Green Street West, London, Manor Park, Newham, Waltham Forest, Wanstead, Wanstead Park Station.

History

To the north, E7 is demarcated by Lake House Road. To the east it stretches almost as far as Aldersbrook Road, Forest Drive and Station Road. The southern boundary is approximately demarcated by Plashet Grove and Plashet Road.The E7 postcode district lies within or includes part of the following towns, counties, localities, electoral wards and stations: Cann Hall, East Ham North, Forest Gate, Forest Gate North, Forest Gate South, Forest Gate Station, Green Street East, Green Street West, London, Manor Park, Newham, Waltham Forest, Wanstead, Wanstead Park Station.

Present

The area of E7 generally provides good value for money, in comparison to other, more expensive London suburbs. First time buyers looking to set up home in the area will be able to find a selection of one bedroom flats with asking prices of under £150,000. Streets such as Upton Lane and Katherine Road have numerous conversion flats within period terraces, whilst Odessa Road has a purpose built block with popular flats. Two bed conversions can be bought for a little more, with a two bedroom lower ground floor conversion on St Georges Avenue, reaching asking prices of approximately £155,000. Sycamore Court on Romford Road demands slightly more, with asking prices of about £170,000. The asking prices assigned to three bedroom homes differ considerably, depending on the size, type and location of the home. Some of the most affordable properties are those Victorian conversions on roads such as Palmerston Road, Hesketh Road and Gower Road, where three bed demand asking prices of between £200,000 and £210,000. For slightly more, Odessa Road has three bedroom flats in a purpose built block.For those after their own house, rather than a flat, it may be possible to secure a bargain on Thorpe Road, which has a number of three bedroom terraces. A similar property on Elmhurst Road, Wellington Road or Stafford Road is likely to demand slightly more at around £270,000, whilst a home on Ridley Road, Bristol Road or Windsor Road could reach asking prices of £300,000. However, some of the homes in the area can reach significantly higher prices, with some Victorian homes on Windsor Road reaching asking prices of around £950,000. Hampton Road and Woodgrange Road are also desirable, with asking prices reaching £670,000, whilst a six bedroom home on Norwich Road or Clova Road can go for about £650,000.