Located on this quiet residential street is this well presented two bedroom first floor maisonette with own private entrance and garden in this mid terraced house. Property has a lovely spacious lounge with a Victorian fireplace and brick exposed feature wall. A good size kitchen/diner area to the rear of the property with a staircase leading to a pleasant garden which is mainly decked. Modern bathroom suite with a butler style sink and claw footed bathroom. The flat has a good size loft space and long lease. Located close to amenities. Ideal first time purchase or rental investment.
Manor Park is a residential area and district of the London Borough of Newham in east London, England. The area is bordered by Ilford to the east, Forest Gate to the west, Wanstead to the north, and East Ham to the south. Further west lies Stratford and the City of London, and further east lies Romford and the Essex boundary.
Stratford and Ilford and East Ham in London. It is bordered by Forest Gate to the west, and further west lies Stratford, home to Statford City and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Manor Park was part of the County Borough of East Ham, Essex, until 1965, when the Greater London county was formed. The area postcode is E12 and it is part of London post town.
Romford Road, a stretch of the A118, runs for much of its length in both Newham and Redbridge, providing the main road route through Manor Park and linking the eastern districts with the city of London.
The main public transport link is Manor Park railway station, which the TFL Rail and also the pl rail 1 route. Trains to Liverpool Street station run every ten minutes. Nearby Woodgrange Park station is on the Barking to Gospel Oak line, which is part of London Overground. Both stations are in Travelcard Zone 3.
Round the corner from Manor Park railway station lies the Durham Road Conservation Zone, which is a small late-Victorian suburb. It was designated a Conservation Area in 1984 to retain its original charm and character. Additional planning controls were introduced in 1998 to protect and enhance its special character. The area, popularly referred to as Manor Park Village, was originally developed in the 1880s on farmland that formed part of the Gurney estate. It was built by one builder to an overall plan, with a limited range of house styles giving the area a distinctive character and unity. The developers, the Corbett family, built several suburban estates including the adjacent Woodgrange Estate in Forest Gate.
The Earl of Essex is a Grade II listed public house at 616 Romford Road.