Short Road, Leytonstone, London, E11
- Three Bedrooms
- Double Glazing
- Close to Transport
- Two Receptions
- Two Bathrooms
- Rear Garden
- Gas Central Heating
- Nearest Station 0.5 miles
Property SummaryThe owner of this freehold property has certainly utilised the wider than usual plot, building a rear extension yet still benefitting from sufficient outdoor garden space.
The owner of this freehold property has certainly utilised the wider than usual plot, building a rear extension yet still benefitting from sufficient outdoor garden space.
At the front of the property is a double glazed porch, coming out to the length of the front bay window, in which you could store shoes, boots, hats and coats, freeing up valuable space inside the house itself.
Once into the hallway, there are stairs to the first floor and two separate doors giving you access to a through lounge, measuring an impressive 7.8m deep (or for those who like to work in old money, 259). However, in addition to this room, and located in the very heart of the property, is another living space, again generous in size with a bay window to the side, followed by another window further down, which collectively allows natural light to shine through. This room is for dining and relaxing, at least this is how the current owner utilises the space.
Behind this room is a small lobby, with a bathroom off to the left, in what was previously the back of the building. However, the single story extension has created significant extra space and is where the kitchen is now situated. From here you can access the garden, which we will come back to later. When instructing work on the extension, the owner took care closely matching the brickwork to blend in with the rest of the property, and we think you'll agree it was worth the effort and expense.
Up to the first floor, where there are three double sized bedrooms, the biggest of which is located at the front of the house. Also upstairs you have the convenience of a second bathroom.
Back to the garden, and there is side access from the front of the building, leading to a patio area that widens, the result of the unusually shaped plot. The garden bends round at the back of the house, and overall offers plenty of space for summer barbeques and entertaining.
There are a few other features we would like to mention, such as the gas fired central heating, double glazing throughout the property and a cellar to store away a few of those less used items.
Please take a look at the photographs and floor plan, although a physical viewing is, of course, your best bet, which you can arrange with a member of our friendly sales team. 020 8558 1147 firstname.lastname@example.org
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