Guide Price 700,000 - £750,000. Located on the highly sought after Twickenham Road, a charming tree lined turning in a quiet a pocket of Leytonstone, this immaculate three bedroom Edwardian period end of terrace house is sure to impress all that view, and being offered chain free will add to its already undoubtedly appeal.
This quaint road, consisting of well-maintained residential homes is snuggled between Leytonstone and Leyton, and being close to the increasingly popular Francis Road has helped to give this area the locally know 'Leyton Village' feel. Leytonstone and Leyton High Roads are both a hive of activity, having a vast range of shops, gastro pubs and cafes on offer. Commuters are well served by Leytonstone and Leyton Central line Stations, giving fast access into the City and Westfield at Stratford, for those looking for some retail therapy. Leyton Midland Overground, a great bus network, as well as the area catering well for cyclist getting around is not a problem.
Externally this wonderful period property is stunning, but step inside and it reveals all of its charms. Characteristics of the era, such as the good sized entrance hall, high ceilings and cornacing sets an immediate standard.
Filled with natural light, due to the large double glazed windows, the front reception is of a good size to relax or entertain. Equally the rear reception is of good proportion, has retained its original Sash windows and door, leading directly out to the South east facing garden.
To complete the ground floor the fully fitted kitchen has plenty of room for all your appliances. There is also a small cellar space.
Upstairs the neutral theme continues. The master bedroom, to the front of the property, boasts a large bay window, again allowing plenty of natural light to flood in. A further good sized double and a single bedroom and white tiled three piece bathroom concludes this wonderful home.
The owner commented… 'This has been wonderful family house with many great summer days and memories spent in the garden and evenings relaxing in the dining with the door open to the garden. We have loved this lovely quiet location and have enjoyed the short walks to two very good local pubs. And in the spring and summer enjoyed cycling in the forest, canals and Olympic Park.
Council tax band: C