A majestic three-bedroom apartment in immaculate grounds with a private shared garden. Arranged over half of the ground floor of this handsome Georgian Grade II listed mansion, this beautiful home has the advantage of having the vast spaces of Wanstead Flats, the southernmost portion of Epping Forest, on your doorstep as well as being a 2 minute walk from Manor Park station which will soon take you to the West End via Bond Street in 20 minutes, on the new Elizabeth Line. The property also has the added bonus of being gated, with its own allocated parking space.
The shared entrance of the manor house is as grand as you would expect; you are then welcomed into your home with the same end-grain parquet flooring as The Barbican Centre. The hallway space has ample storage and is so large that it acts as its own room that can be used as a dining room or work-space.
The first thing that hits you as you walk into the living area is the height of the ceilings. The huge Georgian windows pour natural light into the space and the 14ft high ceilings, original cornicing as well as restored original floorboards create an open-plan living space that is full of character.
The light and airy master bedroom has the same high ceilings and Georgian window as the main living space, with the added benefit of an en-suite bathroom. The second double bedroom has wall to wall built-in storage and has the use of the main bathroom, complete with roll-top bath adding to the overall romance of this gorgeous home. A third bedroom is useful for guests as a single room or can be used as a dedicated office or nursery.
The local area is regenerating quickly, and has been hailed as ‘the new Dalston’ with its own craft beers shops, pubs, yoga studios, independent coffee shops and a Saturday farmers market. It is also a 10-minute drive to the quaint Wanstead Village where you’ll find a Ginger Pig butchers, independent shops, wine bars and restaurants.
Next to Manor Park station and all local amenities. Must be seen to appreciate the full charm and features of this great property. Offered chain free.
ST Nicholas The Manor House and St. Nicholas’ church are two stunning Victorian buildings that stand proud alongside other properties on Gladding Road, Manor Park. Until now, little was known about these buildings and the history of the seven acre site around Gladding, Whitta and Capel Roads. A book has been written by a local, Shea Lolin who retraces the history of the Manor House and St. Nicholas’ Industrial School and Chapel, placing the buildings in their nineteenth-century context and their relation to other key buildings. It surveys the use of the Manor House in its bicentenary year