Harold Road, Leytonstone, London, E11 4QY Back to listings

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Price: £450,000

Guide Price

 

  • Two Bedroom Flat
  • Ground Floor Conversion
  • Double Size Bedrooms
  • Double Glazed Sash Windows
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Cellar
  • Close to Tube and High Road
  • Share of Freehold
  • 35ft Rear Garden
  • Nearest Station 0.1 Miles


Harold Road, Leytonstone, London, E11 4QY

£450,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 49851
  • Type: Flat
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Outside Space: has garden
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Property Features

  • Two Bedroom Flat
  • Ground Floor Conversion
  • Double Size Bedrooms
  • Double Glazed Sash Windows
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Cellar
  • Close to Tube and High Road
  • Share of Freehold
  • 35ft Rear Garden
  • Nearest Station 0.1 Miles

Property Summary

























GUIDE PRICE £450,000 - £485,000. A spacious two-bedroom ground-floor flat with a private garden and basement, on a sought-after, quiet, non-through road in Leytonstone. The flat is situated on a beautiful tree lined street with impressive Victorian Terraces six minutes' walk from both Leytonstone High Road Station (Overground) and Leytonstone Station (Central Line), offering fast links into the City of London.






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GUIDE PRICE £450,000 - £485,000. A spacious two-bedroom ground-floor flat with a private garden and basement, on a sought-after, quiet, non-through road in Leytonstone. The flat is situated on a beautiful tree lined street with impressive Victorian Terraces six minutes' walk from both Leytonstone High Road Station (Overground) and Leytonstone Station (Central Line), offering fast links into the City of London.

Benefits include gas central heating, double glazed sash windows, 35ft private rear garden and a cellar; however, we'll let the sellers take it from here, so read on and find out more about this fabulous home and life in and around Harold Road.

A few words from the seller….
New painted larch sash windows were added to the two bedrooms in 2016. The flat was reconfigured in 2017 where the back of the property was opened up making use of the original footprint of the rear reception, and historical extension. The bathroom and kitchen were also relocated to make best use of the space. Today, the back of the flat consists of a spacious living area with the kitchen located at the rear of the property. The kitchen has a large picture window and looks out on to the garden that is accessed via the double glazed backdoor. Additional frosted windows flank the exposed brick fireplace, providing a unique feature and additional light. Renovations consisted of new ceilings and insulation to the bathroom, reception and kitchen areas, new three-piece bathroom suite, new kitchen, new windows and new limed Oak flooring and skirting to the hallway, 2nd bedroom, reception area and kitchen. The renovations to the ground floor area at the front of the property have also been carried out by us, these include: restoration and repainting of the architectural mouldings, repairs to the stone window lintel and stone lintel above the front door, a new stone front doorstep and tiling added this year. All stonework and entrance area have also been painted this year.

The neighbours are very pleasant with a mixture of long-standing residents and a number of new residents moving into the area. Again, the residents are a mixture of families and professionals.

The High Road is approximately 3 minutes' walk where you will find many useful shops, amenities and cafes. One of our favourites is the Stone Mini-Market, a convivence store where they have all you might need plus an offering of refill stock, craft beers and wines. Down the High road towards Stratford there a number of great local restaurants, one of our favourites for an occasion is Mora, a small, independent restaurant serving delicious Italian food. Up the high street you will find La Bella Vita (another great Italian restaurant), Petchsayam (good value delicious Thai food) and District Mot (tasty Vietnamese street food). There a number of good cafes including the Wild Goose Bakery and the great local pub, The Red Lion.

The flat is 7 minutes' walk to the edge of the beautiful green area of Bushwood, Wanstead Flats, Hollow Ponds and Wanstead Park. Open green space and Woodland areas great for walking and running. Epping Forest is a 15 minutes cycle up the road with further green space out towards Essex.

We are reluctantly moving but have decided to relocate closer to family. As this is our first property, we would be looking to move to our next home as soon as possible and would consider moving out before finding our next property in order to secure a good sale price.

To book a viewing of this home, please contact the friendly and helpful sales team at Trading Places. 020 8558 1147 enquiries@tradingplacesproperty.com

THESE PROPERTY DETAILS
These property particulars have been prepared by Trading Places Estate & Letting Agents under the instruction of the owner and shall not constitute an offer or the basis of any contract. They are created as a general guide and our inspection of the property was for the purpose of preparing these particulars and no form of survey, structural or otherwise was carried out. We have not tested any of the appliances, services or connections and therefore cannot verify them to be in working order or fit for the purpose. This includes heating systems. All measurements are subject to a margin of error, and photographs and floorplans are for guidance purposes only. Fixtures and fittings are only included subject to arrangement. Reference made to the tenure and where applicable lease term is based on information supplied by the owner and prospective buyers(s) must make their own enquiries regarding all matters referred to above.


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