Located in a sought after location on this tree lined street is this three double bedroom brick fronted double bayed mid terraced Victorian property. The house has a further three reception rooms and fitted kitchen. Good size cellar and a first floor family bathroom plus a ground floor wc. Close to all local amenities and within easy reach of either Manor Park or Ilford station which is on the proposed cross rail line. A deceptively spacious traditional Victorian property which is offered chain free.
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.
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.
The Earl of Essex is a Grade II listed public house at 616 Romford Road.
Manor Park's Itchycoo Park (officially Little Ilford Park) was made famous in a song by the Small Faces, whose lead singer Steve Marriott lived in the area. Manor Park also has an amateur football team called A.C. Manor Park playing in the AFL.[clarification needed]