This sensationally presented flat, perched on the borders of E11 and E10, is frankly one of the most stylish properties we’ve seen this year.
Every inch of the 600 plus square feet of space shows a laser like attention to detail and presentation, resulting in a simply stunning home. From the clever use of a wide and vibrant colour palette on the walls, to the richness of the herringbone flooring in the lounge, every aspect comes together to give a real feeling of warmth to this flat.
All of the rooms sit off the central hallway as you come through the entrance door. To your immediate left is the aforementioned lounge, and to your right its “partner in crime”, the wonderful fitted kitchen. These two rooms compliment each other perfectly, and it’s easy to imagine rustling up a storm in the latter whilst your guests relax in the former...
- At the far end of the hallway sit the three bedrooms. Each of these well-proportioned rooms is individually and beautifully presented, with that clever use of colour again very evident in each. The internal spaces are completed by the family bathroom, which like the rest of this flat is again immaculately presented.
To the rear of the property sits the communal gardens, which are amongst the largest we think we’ve ever seen. Dotted with benches and tables to relax or dine at, with plenty of shade thanks to the mature trees, this is a real oasis from the stresses of everyday life.
A truly wonderful home for it’s next lucky owners…
Living here... - OK, so we’ve told you about the flat – now what about the location? Well, this property is as brilliantly located as it is fabulously presented. A gentle stroll down the road to Leytonstone Central Line station means the daily commute is a breeze. And when it comes to the weekend, well there’s more stuff to do than there are days, hours and minutes to cram it all into. Head down to Leytonstone High Road, grab a coffee, and then it’s over to Hollow Ponds for the morning constitutional. On the way back pop into The Birds or The Red Lion for a bite to eat (making a note of what guest beers are on tap for later) and then home to recover. But not for too long – there’s loads to pack in during the evening. Either head back E11 way to try out those guest beers, or maybe head in the other direction, where the delights of Francis Road and the rest of E10 are also within easy walking distance. You could perhaps pop to the local to meet up with friends, before
In This Area... - Leytonstone, or Leyton-St-One as my friend calls it when she’s trying to sound posh, is the birth place and former home of Alfred Hitchcock. It gets its name, or the stone bit at least, from the Highstone mile marker which stands on Hollybush Hill. Bordering Walthamstow, Wanstead, Epping Forest, Leyton and Stratford, Leytonstone has a lot going on. Check out Wonderbar on Leytonstone High Road and also The North Star off Leytonstone High Road which does wonderful Thai cuisine. This independent café, bar and bookshop is great spot to sit and while away the hours. They host loads of special events, and you can buy real books (none of those e-books here). If you are a fan of Vietnamese food, wander down the High Road to Little Saigon - the salt and pepper squid is all kinds of amazing. The Northcote Arms, which is technically in Leyton, is a great pub with a real community feel. And If you want amazing views of the City, go on a tower tour at St John the Baptist Church. The to
In The Owners Words... - “Our favourite thing about this amazingly located flat is waking up to a garden of trees which is so rare in London, giving the experience of living in a forest. It’s only a short walk to the restaurants and shops on Leytonstone high street and for the gourmet it is only a 30minute walk to Walthamstow village. Make sure to catch a screening of a Hitchcock film in the Leytonstone church yard it’s so romantic and atmospheric.”
Communal Entrance - Via communal front door leading into:
Communal Hallway - Door leading to flat.
Entrance - Via flat entrance door leading into:
Entrance Hallway - Door to all rooms.
Reception Room - 4.22m x 3.30m (13'10 x 10'10)
Kitchen - 2.92m x 2.49m (9'7 x 8'2) - Door to balcony.
Bedroom One - 3.45m x 3.30m (11'4 x 10'10)
Bedroom Two - 3.94m x 2.54m (12'11 x 8'4)
Bedroom Three - 2.92m x 2.11m (9'7 x 6'11)
Bathroom - 2.92m x 1.50m (9'7 x 4'11)
Balcony - 4.32m x 0.94m (14'2 x 3'1)
Disclaimer: - The information provided about this property does not constitute or form part of any offer or contract, nor may it be relied upon as representations or statements of fact. All measurements are approximate and should be used as a guide only. Any systems, services or appliances listed herein have not been tested by us and therefore we cannot verify or guarantee they are in working order. Details of planning and building regulations for any works carried out on the property should be specifically verified by the purchasers’ conveyancer or solicitor, as should tenure/lease information (where appropriate).