A light, spacious and character filled three bedroom Victorian terrace house, arranged over two floors and with stylish finishes throughout.
You'll be guaranteed to impress family and friends with the cavernous, 22 foot long lounge diner. Natural light floods in courtesy of the dual aspect, with window to the front and French doors to the rear, bouncing off the stripped wood flooring and the crisp, predominantly whitewashed walls. The galley style kitchen conjures thoughts of the Med, with white fitted units and wooden worktops set against striking, sea blue splashbacks, and tiled floor.
Upstairs the cool colour palette continues in the presentation of the bedrooms. The two large ones are proper doubles, with painted floorboards complimenting the tones on the walls, whilst the third is an ideal child’s bedroom or even a study/home office. The three piece family bathroom has highly reflective metro tiling, maximising the light that streams in through the large skylight, creating a wonderful space in which to escape the cares of the day...
With Leyton Jubilee Park to the South West, and the County Ground and Jack Cornwell Park to the North East, there are certainly plenty of green spaces to stretch your legs near this beautiful home. Just a gentle stroll from both Leyton High Road and Francis Road, there are plenty of places to kick back, relax and enjoy yourself. How about a pre-dinner drink at Yardarm, followed by a meal at the restaurant next door or Marmelo just up the road? Or wander down to the Leyton Technical or Coach & Horses to catch up with friends before heading into town from the oh-so-close Leyton station. And if you do over indulge the night before, then rest assured that the next morning there are plenty of places to recover, whether your preferred remedy is caffeine (Deeney’s, Perky Blenders or Curved Brick), fry up (The Royal), or something altogether more spiritual (Pause Yoga). Whatever you want and whatever you need, it can be found in this amazing part of E10…
Leyton is home to the only shop that can be seen from space. There's no way you'll miss this multi coloured wonder, it looks like it's made of Lego. The shop sits opposite Coronation Gardens, a beautiful park with a little maze, pond and fountain. The High Road is also home to the Leyton Technical, a lovely pub that occupies the ground floor of the old town hall. It has good beer, good food, and the longest walk to the toilet you'll ever find. If you like beer, Leyton is the place for you, as both Brodie's Beers and Signature Brew (voted UK Brewery Business of the Year 2018) are based in E10. Sidmouth Park, just behind the carnival shop, is a hit with kids as there's loads of stuff to play on. If you are hungry or thirsty, wander to Francis Road and you'll find a bucket load of nice cafes, including Yardarm, Marmelo Kitchen, and Albert & Francis, as well as an increasingly interesting range of shops and businesses, from books to yoga, and flowers to gifts. There’s even a friendly estate agency there...
Via front door leading into:
Staircase leading to first floor. Door To:
Double doors leading to garden.
Double doors leading to garden.
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