An immaculately presented three bedroom first floor deceptively spacious conversion in this impressive mid terraced period property in this sought after quiet residential street. Two double bedrooms and a single room. Located within easy access to all local amenities. Close to Manor park station which will be on the proposed cross rail route. The flat has a separate good size lounge with plenty of natural light coming in with a bright and airy feel. Potential to develop the loft. Tastfully decorated throughout and a modern family three piece bathroom. Compact but yet fully functional kitchen with a variety of wall and base units
Manor Park is a residential area and district of the London Borough of Newham in east London, England. The area is bordered by Ilford Town 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 Stratford 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 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.