Located within close proximity to the proposed cross rail station of Forest Gate is this three bedroom mid terraced Victorian house. The house is located in this quiet residential street in the sought after area of Forest Gate village. The house has two reception rooms and has a good size secluded mature pleasant garden. Close to the open spaces of Wanstead Flats which is just down the road. Accessible to all local amenities. Offered chain free.
This property is located moments away from Wanstead park overground station, Forest Gate cross rail station and within walking distance to the green, open spaces of Wanstead flats, great for those summer picnics and early morning strolls. Wanstead Flats is a large green open space in East London bordering the areas of Forest Gate, Manor Park, Leytonstone, Aldersbrook and Wanstead. It is the most southern part of Epping Forest and is administered by the Corporation of London.
It is a very popular park used by the whole community for a whole range of recreational activities including walking, horse riding, picnics, football, cricket, jogging and cycling.
It is also important as a wildlife reserve, with a wide range of birds including woodpeckers, owls and a substantial skylark nesting area. There are also rare fungi and an assortment of wild flowers.
This is truly a great opportunity to invest in one of the most up and coming and vibrant area in London. Forest Gate has various associations with music and acting: it was for many years the home of the Tonic Sol-fa College of John Curwen, which taught large numbers of people to play music without learning conventional notation. In December 1966 Jimi Hendrix wrote Purple Haze in the Upper Cut Club, owned by Douglas Bayle and George and Billy Walker, it had been opened by The Who, and had The Small Faces as the house band, for a while. It later became the Ace of Clubs in Woodgrange Road.