Browning Road, Leytonstone, London, E11
- Three Bedrooms
- Period Property
- Semi Detached
- Two Receptions
- Sought After Location
- Off Street Parking
- Rear Garden
- Close to Amenities
- Nearest Station 0.3 miles
Property SummaryThe opportunity to sell a home on Browning Road is always an exciting time; we simply love this part of town from its historical background to its central and convenient location. The property itself has three bedrooms, two receptions, off road parking, a conservatory and south west facing garden.
The opportunity to sell a home on Browning Road is always an exciting time; we simply love this part of town from its historical background to its central and convenient location. The property itself has three bedrooms, two receptions, off road parking, a conservatory and south west facing garden.
Once inside, this house exudes warmth and charm with a number of features such as shutters to the front windows, a cast iron fireplace to the front reception and the wood burner in reception two. The stylish and contemporary kitchen comes with enough space for a small table and chairs, whilst the conservatory makes for an ideal place to relax with a book on a sunny wintery afternoon. Bi-folding doors lead you out to a private rear in which to enjoy the summer months, featuring a shed/workshop where you can tinker, mend, or perhaps you have always fancied your very own garden bar?
Having lived here for 18 years, who better to explain about life in the area than the sellers themselves
Browning Road is a special place offering a village like feel 5 minutes from the Central Line with easy access to Central London and beyond. The neighbours are friendly, and most households are members of the wider Bushwood Area Residents Association, which is big in terms of membership and longevity incorporated in 1979, turning 40 next year.
Our circumstances now take us to an exciting new adventure in a village outside London. Browning Road's quality of being on Wanstead flat/forests doorstep gave us the aspiration of longer-term country living after happy years here.
The North Star pub is a great place serving up wood oven pizza and Thai food, just across the road. The landlord is very hospitable, and noise is not an issue either.
As part of a conservation area, these properties help to retain the character associated with this small pocket, aided further by traffic restrictions resulting in Browning Road now being a cul-de-sac, which means no through traffic, which is a real bonus to its residents.
For those of you who are interested in local history; Browning Road found its current name in 1900, although previous names include Green Man Lane, Back Lane and Park Road. For more historical background about Browning Road, please ask for a leaflet when booking your viewing, which you can do by speaking with a member of our friendly and helpful sales team 020 8558 1147 email@example.com
These Property Details
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