An incredibly stylish and impeccably presented, three bedroom family home in Leyton.

The radiance of the yellow London brick façade and beauty of the tiled pathway hint at the attention to detail that awaits inside. The 24 foot long lounge diner is a bibliophile’s dream, with floor to ceiling shelving to house your books, together with plenty of natural light in which to devour their contents. That light is courtesy of the room’s dual aspect, with bay window to the front and French doors to the rear. It’s also a multifunctional space thanks to it’s size, easily able to accommodate friends or family around the dinner table.

The kitchen similarly has space to eat as well as cook. It is smartly fitted with steel fronted cabinets, richly toned wood worktops, metro tiled splashbacks and William Morris wallpaper. It’s easy to imagine sitting here with the morning coffee, easing yourself into the day...

- The ground floor is completed by a bright, modern three piece bathroom. There’s also plenty of storage in this room, to compliment the space provided by the basement.

Upstairs the excellence of presentation continues. There is a capacious, full width master bedroom to the front, together with a 100 square foot double at the back. In between sits the third bedroom (currently set out as an office/study) and a well proportioned shower room, with rainfall shower. Each room is as beautifully presented as those on the floor below.

The private rear garden has a sizeable raised bed for planting, paved areas for al fresco dining, and is designed to be largely maintenance free.

Living here... - There’s a wealth of things to see and do in this amazing part of East London. How about catching up with friends over a pint and a bite to eat at the Hare & Hounds? Or wander down a bit further and check out Lighthaus, home to some of the best food anywhere in East London. Alternatively, head in the opposite direction towards Leyton High Road and Francis Road, where there is an ever expanding range of bars and eateries to explore.

If that sounds a bit much, there are plenty of parks and green spaces to stretch your legs in, or head “over the border” into E17, where Walthamstow Leisure Centre awaits you on Markhouse Road.

Add in the convenience of the daily commute (straight into town along Lea Bridge Road) and it’s easy to see why this is such a popular part of East London.

In This Area... - Leyton is home to the only shop that can be seen from space. OK, that's not entirely true, but the carnival shop on the High Road is definitely bright. There's no way you'll miss this multi coloured wonder, it looks like it's made of Lego. The shop sits opposite Coronation Gardens, a beautiful park with a little maze, pond and fountain. The High Road is also home to the Leyton Technical, a lovely pub that occupies the ground floor of the old town hall. It has good beer, good food, and the longest walk to the toilet you'll ever find. If you like beer, Leyton is the place for you, as both Brodie's Beers and Signature Brew (voted UK Brewery Business of the Year 2018) are based in E10. Sidmouth Park, just behind the carnival shop, is a hit with kids as there's loads of stuff to play on. If you are hungry or thirsty, wander to Francis Road and you'll find a bucket load of nice cafes, including Yardarm, Marmelo Kitchen, and Albert & Francis, as well as an increasingly interesting range

In The Owners Words... - This house has been at the centre of our lives for 5 years - we were engaged and married whilst here - and have built a home together whilst renovating the property. Guests always comment on the feel of our home, it's spacious and airy but welcoming and cosy. We love the amenities nearby - amazing grocery shopping and lots of outdoor space for relaxation and exercise. In the Summer we love to BBQ in the garden, it's a perfect entertaining space, and we can't resist a night cosying around the firepit with marshmallows in the Winter. Care and attention has gone into every room of the property, we have loved living here and will miss the house very much. We hope you will have as much joy making a home here as we have done.

Dimensions:

Entrance - Via front door leading into:

Entrance Hallway - Staircase leading to first floor. Door to dining room.

Cellar - 6.86m x 1.83m (22'6 x 6'0)

Reception Room One - 4.14m x 3.43m (13'7 x 11'3) - Open to:

Dining Room - 3.43m x 3.43m (11'3 x 11'3) - Door to cellar and rear garden. Open to:

Kitchen - 3.35m x 2.77m (11'0 x 9'1) - Open to:

Pantry - Door to bathroom & rear garden

Ground Floor Bathroom - 2.77m x 1.80m (9'1 x 5'11)

First Floor Landing - Door to all first floor rooms.

Bedroom One - 4.50m x 4.17m (14'9 x 13'8)

Bedroom Two - 3.35m x 2.79m (11'0 x 9'2)

Bedroom Three - 2.59m x 2.18m (8'6 x 7'2)

Shower Room - 2.59m x 1.17m (8'6 x 3'10)

Rear Garden - approx 12.19m (approx 40')

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).

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  • Victorian Mid Terrace House
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Double Glazed & Gas Central Heating
  • 0.6m To Lea Bridge Station
  • Council Tax Band: C
  • Approx 40ft Rear Garden
  • 1126 Sq Ft (104.6 Sq M)