Within Close Proximity to "Outstanding" Rated Schools
Lots of Potential to Extend STPP
A Broad Tree Lined Street
Moments to High Street Wanstead
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A three bedroom 1920's end of terrace. Blessed with the high ceilings and generous room sizes of the period, you have potential to develop still further, all while enjoying an enviable Wanstead location, barely five minutes from the heart of this popular East London village.
There's a fine choice of local schools; just in a one mile radius you have eight primary/secondaries, all rated 'Good' or better by Ofsted and including the 'Outstanding' Wanstead Church School and Nightingale Primary.
If you lived here...
From the minute you step onto the lovingly landscaped front garden and stroll up that Daffodil-flanked front path, it's clear that this is a property from a different era. Inside you have almost 1500 square feet of living space, classically laid out with a style and generosity that's increasingly rare.
Your open plan living/dining room comes in at just under twenty eight feet in length, with a large bay window to the front and a handsome vintage timber mantelpiece. Floor to ceiling patio doors to the rear provide access to the sun soaked conservatory, itself opening up onto your thriving, barely overlooked rear garden, a generous mix of lawn and screening greenery.
Your kitchen's equally generous, pushing 200 square feet with distressed terracotta underfoot and an impressively comprehensive set of fitted cabinets. Upstairs, your first two bedrooms are enviably spacious doubles, the master comes in at around 190 square feet, with a large bay window, while bedroom two is an impressive 150 square feet with plenty of fitted storage and a pleasant garden view. Bedroom three is around forty square feet, ideal for a child, home office or walk-in wardrobe according to your preference.
As generously proportioned as the property is, with the loft space so far undeveloped you have plenty of potential for further expansion. From a simple boarded loft to a full-on dormer conversion adding a whole new storey to the property (as many of your neighbours have done, subject to the usual permissions). It all makes for an uncommonly excellent investment.
Wanstead High Street, the bustling heart of this ever popular East London village, is just five minutes walk away. Here you have a fine choice of independent bars, shops, restaurants and gastropubs the equal of anything you'll find in the City - try the sumptuous Sunday Roasts at The Duke.
- You have a private garage, 220 square feet and ideal for turning to all sorts of purposes. Drivers can be on the North Circular in less than ten minutes. - Further potential for a ground floor extension. - Snaresbrook and Wanstead tube stations are both just a half mile on foot and provide fast, direct, regular routes to The City and West End via the Central line (Liverpool Street is less than fifteen minutes).
Living Room (4.5m x 3.8m (14'9" x 12'5"))
Dining Room (3.9m x 3.9m (12'9" x 12'9"))
Wc (1.7m x 1.6m (5'6" x 5'2"))
Kitchen (5.8m x 2.7m (19'0" x 8'10"))
Conservatory (5.8m x 2.2m (19'0" x 7'2"))
Bedroom (4.0m x 3.5m (13'1" x 11'5"))
Bedroom (4.5m x 3.9m (14'9" x 12'9"))
Bedroom (2.0m x 1.8m (6'6" x 5'10"))
Bathroom (2.5m x 2.1m (8'2" x 6'10"))
Garage (6.9m x 3.2m (22'7" x 10'5"))
Garden (12.19m (40))
Explore our 'Wonders of Wanstead' pages for everything this picturesque part of East London has to offer.
Just 18 minutes direct from Liverpool Street, the long high street nevertheless has a real village feel with a great range of fine pubs and restaurants.
Off the beaten track, Wanstead is a place of peaceful avenues, open green spaces and generously proportioned properties.
With prices still amongst the capital's more affordable, Wanstead is proving a popular destination for those looking to upscale and first time buyers alike.
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