A smart, bright and unique one bedroom apartment on the first floor of a period conversion.
In our experience this flat is pretty much unique in having two substantial bay windows, one each in the lounge and bedroom. These result in an exceptional amount of natural light flooding this property, meaning that even in the depths of winter it feels light and airy.
The 17 foot long lounge is easily able to accommodate a dining table in additional to a sofa and armchairs, making it as practical as it is beautifully presented. With the fitted, galley style kitchen directly adjacent, it is easy to imagine entertaining visiting family and friends in your new home. The bedroom at the other end of the hallway is a proper double, well presented like the rest of the flat, and also benefits from capacious and practical fitted wardrobes. The three piece family bathroom is fully tiled and modern, rounding off this fantastic flat in style.
A wonderful property, in a beautiful building...
Living here... - What a brilliant location this flat enjoys. A stroll down the road to Leytonstone Central Line station, the daily commute is just that little bit easier as a result. And when it comes to the weekend, well there’s more stuff to do than there are hours to cram it all into. Head down to Leytonstone High Road, grab a coffee to go in Perky Blenders at the station and then it’s over to Hollow Ponds for the morning constitutional (with or without cycle). 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 on 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 even just jump on the Tube and head to Westfield for a night at the movies and a bite to eat. It’s all he
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. 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 tours don’t run all year around, so you’d need to keep an eye on their website for dates, but it’s well worth doing. The views are simply spectacular, especially at sunset with the lights of the City set against the darkening sky.
Communal Entrance - Via communal front door leading into:
Communal Hallway - Staircase leading to first floor.
Entrance - Via entrance door leading in to:
Entrance Hallway - Door to all rooms.
Lounge/Diner - 5.38m x 3.66m (17'8 x 12'0)
Kitchen - 3.10m x 1.65m (10'2 x 5'5)
Bedroom - 3.96m x 3.66m (13'0 x 12'0)
Bathroom - 2.59m x 1.91m (8'6 x 6'3)
Off Street Parking - Located to rear.
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).