Woodriffe Road, Leytonstone , London, E11
- Four Bedrooms
- Three Receptions
- Two Bathrooms
- Off Street Parking
- 90' Rear Garden
- Double Glazing
- Gas Central Heating
- Upper Leytonstone
- Nearest Station 0.3 miles
Property SummaryGuide price £775,000-£800,000. A classic brick fronted Victorian terrace house, built in 1875, gives off an impressive first impression with its ornate exterior pattern and design. Once inside the charm and character takes over, with many original features such as high level skirting and cornicing.
Guide price £775,000-£800,000. A classic brick fronted Victorian terrace house, built in 1875, gives off an impressive first impression with its ornate exterior pattern and design. Once inside the charm and character takes over, with many original features such as high level skirting and cornicing.
There are two fireplaces (not original), one a working fire which the current owners love to use later in the year when the nights draw in.
Previously a three storey house, the loft was then converted in 2004, adding a new floor and creating an extra bedroom and a shower room.
Let us take you on a walk through, starting with ground floor level with stairs running both up and down, separating the front and back living areas (or front lounge and dining room as they are more commonly known). Also on the ground floor, located towards the end of the house, is a cloakroom and access out to the garden.
Down to the basement level, where windows provide for natural light, is a third living area, utility room and kitchen/diner, which features a custom-made corner seating arrangement, with a leather finish and under-seat storage (and by the way, the range cooker seen in the picture comes with the house).
On the first floor, are three bedrooms and the family bathroom, with a further staircase leading to the top of the house where you will find bedroom four and the shower room. The layout of this house certainly lends itself to family life, but also enough room for you to find some space and a bit of me-time.
A few general features to mention include gas fired central heating and double glazing, which at the front has been fitted with wooden frames to help retain the original look of the house. There is off street parking for two cars, and last but by no means least a south-west facing 90 rear garden with tall fencing to either side, creating a secluded feel with ample space for entertaining.
The location of this property gives excellent access to Leytonstone tube station and town centre, and as always for this part of Leytonstone, you are never too far from Epping Forest, with Hollow Ponds boating lake a favourite haunt in the summer months, especially at weekends.
Having lived here for 22 years, the sellers hope someone else can now enjoy living here just as much as they have. Why not come and see for yourself, you can book a viewing with a member of our friendly sales team, just give us a call. 020 8558 1147 firstname.lastname@example.org
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