Cobbold Road, Leytonstone, London, E11
- Three Bedroom House
- End of Terrace
- Through Lounge
- Requires Updating
- Double Glazing
- Gas Central Heating
- Lots of Potential
- Rear Garden
- Nearest Station 0.5 miles
Property SummaryGuide £450,000-£500,000. Located at the end of Cobbold Road, this three bedroom family dwelling has been home to the current owners for nigh on 40 years and provides a fantastic opportunity for buyers looking for a modern, creating a home to their style and tastes, and the price range has been set to reflect this.
Guide £450,000-£500,000. Located at the end of Cobbold Road, this three bedroom family dwelling has been home to the current owners for nigh on 40 years and provides a fantastic opportunity for buyers looking for a modern, creating a home to their style and tastes, and the price range has been set to reflect this.
The house is a Victorian period property, with an unmistakable style, one that is so prevalent in this neck of the woods. Once inside, the hallway leads you to the through-lounge via a door to your right, a sizable room which has been home to many a family gathering over the years, that provides a living area to the front, with the back end perhaps best suited as a dining area.
The kitchen, although in need of some updating, allows for space to accommodate today's mod-cons and features under-stair storage, which always comes in handy. Beyond the kitchen, a lobby area provided access to the deceptively large bathroom and also out to the rear garden.
Upstairs you have three good size bedrooms, the master located to the front, spanning the full width of this property, with the remaining two bedrooms both of reasonable dimensions.
It is worth noting that the property is fully double glazed, has gas fired central heating, and the sellers advise that they have had the boiler serviced annually
The garden is set out with flower beds to the sides, a lawn section to the middle and raised concrete area to the rear, with a shed in situ, also making for a solid level service to set up the BBQ. The garden appears relatively low maintenance, and there is a handy side access gate too.
From a location point of view, you will find the open fields of Wanstead Flats just moments from the apartment – a fantastic go-to place should you like long walks, cycling, jogging or perhaps a chilled out summers afternoon with a picnic or a relaxing read. This part of town also gives you access to the wonderful, and slightly hidden-away local railway arches where you'll find the ever-popular Wanstead Tap bar, Arch Rivals café as well as the Wild Goose Arches Bakery and the Pretty Decent Beer Co. Another establishment to mention sits at the corner of Call Hall Road and Leytonstone High Road in the shape of the Asado steak house – a real gem (currently a personal favourite of ours)
Travel options include the W14 bus route, taking you around town and into Wanstead, as well as the 257, which can be picked up from Leytonstone High Road, transporting you to Westfield Stratford City and Walthamstow.
the owner added... 'This has been our family home for 38 years now, but due to our health we are now moving to a bungalow, as stairs are proving to be a little harder than they once were, plus we will be much closer to our relatives. We have loved our time here and have always been lucky with friendly neighbours, but its our time to move to something a little more convenient for us'.
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