An impeccably presented, two bedroom Victorian terraced house, this
beautiful home is elevated by sumptuous Design & Decor, with
characterful vintage details. Close to great transport links, it
comes with a charming, secluded rear garden.
Your new home nestles in a residential tree lined street in a
sought after sweet spot in Leytonstone. East London culinary and
cultural delights are close by, while the open greenery of Wanstead
Flats is moments away.
If you lived here
You‘ll be impressed with your smart hall, heading into your 230
square feet double reception. Here dove grey carpet teams with a
feature wall fire before a charming, leaded, bay window. Polished,
engineered boards lead to your eye catching kitchen diner where
bright azure units pair with sleek white metro tiles. Your bathroom
is a beauty in blue, with Victorian style encaustic tiles underfoot
and a chrome over the tub shower.
Anthracite grey framed doors invite you to your landscaped garden,
where you‘ll discover an amazing bonus; you have a workshop and
separate shed for whatever creative uses your heart desires.
Upstairs, two doubles are elevated with exposed brick details and
come with heaps of storage. Your loft room benefits from white
painted boards for a Scandinavian vibe. A skylight floods this
space with light for an airy feel.
You‘re seven minutes from Winchelsea Road, a thriving stretch of
restaurants and bespoke shops. Nine minutes takes you to Forest
Arches, where the Wild Goose Bakery‘s artisanal bakes will tempt
you, or pick up organic and plastic free goodies at Cups and Jars,
an indie outlet on a zero carbon mission. Wanstead Flats, known
fondly as The Flats‘ to locals, is rich with history, being the
former hunting ground of Henry VIII. Here you‘ll find broad
expanses of lush leafiness. What else
Wanstead Park Rail station is a twelve minutes stroll for the
Overground, while Forest Gate is fifteen, whisking you to Liverpool
Street in thirteen minutes. Leytonstone tube is twentyone minutes‘
walk for the Central line. From here it‘s just fourteen direct to
Parents will be pleased to know you have a choice of fifteen ‘Good‘
and ‘Outstanding‘ primary and secondary school within a mile‘s
The heart of Stratford is close, so you can be strolling the
promenades of Westfield in under thirty minutes from your door, or
exploring the green spaces of the famed Queen Elizabeth Olympic
Reception Room 3.82m x 2.91m 12‘6 x 9‘6
Reception Room 3.90m x 3.24m 12‘9 x 10‘7
Bathroom 2.08m x 1.47m 6‘9 x 4‘9
Kitchen 2.91m x 2.44m 9‘6 x 8‘0
Garden 6m 19‘8
Workshop 3.34m x 2.38m 10‘11 x 7‘9
Shed 3.34m x 1.15m 10‘11 x 3‘9
Bedroom 3.92m x 3.38m 12‘10 x 11‘1
Bedroom 3.27m x 3.13m 10‘8 x 10‘3
Loft Room 3.54m x 2.95m 11‘7 x 9‘8
A word from the owner...
I have lived here for 38 years, enjoy the outlook immensely, the
neighbours are perfect
and look out for each other, new bike lanes and the fields opposite
enable us to bike ride
most Sundays. All transport is nearby no problems getting from here
to the Beautiful
Hampstead Heath and the Buzzing area iof Islington also. Cafes are
excellent it is a real
community feel, new neighbours have just renovated along the road
and new baby born they
love it here cannot believe how friendly the street is, we have
been like the Caretakers
of the street and it is with a very heavy heart that I will leave,
but this is now for
young people to enjoy, the farmers market just around the corner
also brings a community
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This property is located in London
The average asking price of 2 bed Terraced properties For Sale in is £602,307.
The most recent sale of the same type on this road was on May 5, 2022 for £556,000.
The crime level in the surrounding area is very high.