Twickenham Road, Leytonstone, London, E11 Back to listings

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Sold STC

Price: £350,000

Asking Price

 

  • One Bedroom
  • Conversion Flat
  • First Floor
  • Spacious Lounge
  • Share of Freehold
  • Kitchen/Diner
  • Sash Windows
  • Close to Leyton Village
  • Chain Free
  • Nearest Station 0.4 miles


Twickenham Road, Leytonstone, London, E11

£350,000 Asking Price
  • Ref: 105211
  • Type: Flat / Apartment
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
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Property Features

  • One Bedroom
  • Conversion Flat
  • First Floor
  • Spacious Lounge
  • Share of Freehold
  • Kitchen/Diner
  • Sash Windows
  • Close to Leyton Village
  • Chain Free
  • Nearest Station 0.4 miles

Property Summary

The seller of this one bedroom first floor Victorian conversion flat has owned the property for 16 years, and during this time he has both lived there and let the property out, making this a potential starter home or buy to let opportunity.

Full Details

The seller of this one bedroom first floor Victorian conversion flat has owned the property for 16 years, and during this time he has both lived there and let the property out, making this a potential starter home or buy to let opportunity.

Full of character this home is good to go (just move in your furniture and unpack). There will be no upward chain meaning the seller can move as quickly as you need to, subject to all the "legals" of course.

Recently repainted to freshen up the appearance, the generously sized rooms are enhanced further with plenty of natural light flooding in through the sash windows.

The square-shaped lounge, with maximum measurements exceeding 4.2m x 4.2m (14 x 14), features a stripped wooden door, painted floorboards, open fireplace, a sash bay window to the front left, plus an addition single sash window to the front right. In fact, one of its lovely features, are the sash windows found in every room throughout the property.

Located behind the lounge is a double sized bedroom, with a stripped wooden door, stripped floorboards and a cast iron feature fireplace. Moving further down the hallway is the bathroom, with a white three piece suite and mains fed electric power shower. Next along is the kitchen/diner with modern fitted units and laminate flooring. Other properties with a similar footprint, have been set up with a smaller kitchen, enabling the creation of another room to the rear of this space. Personally, we like this property just the way it is.

We would also like to point out the loft space belongs to this property, so subject to planning rules and regs there could be room for expansion. With this property, you are also buying a share of the freehold, and the lease term is currently more than 950 years.

From a location point perspective, this part of Twickenham Road is a short walk from Leytonstone station and town centre, where you can eat, drink, shop and commute as you please. However, in the other direction, you have "Leyton Village" which featured in Time Out last summer, with mention of Marmelo Kitchen, the Northcote Arms, Brooks Farm and Leyton Technical, in fact, you can read the article here https://www.timeout.com/london/blog/11-reasons-to-go-to-francis-road-in-leyton-e10-071516 (if you are viewing this through a property portal like Rightmove, Zoopla etc this link may have been removed so contact us and we will happily email it to you)

How can you view this property? Easy, simply get in touch with a member of our friendly and experienced sales team. 020 8558 1147 info@tradingplacesproperty.com

These Property Details
These particulars have been prepared under instruction from the seller/landlord and are intended as a general guide. All measurements are approximate, and Trading Places have not carried out any form of survey and have not tested any of the equipment, appliances or services mentioned. Photographs may have been taken using a wide angled lens and are for general information; it cannot be inferred items shown are included in the sale/letting. Prospective buyers must conduct their own enquiries and seek advice through their appointed legal representative and surveyor.


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