A well presented two double bedroom ground floor split level maisonette in this lovely end of terrace property. The flat has its own private garden and also benefits from having side access. Off street parking on the front drive for two cars. The property has been refurbished recently and has a modern fully equipped kitchen. On the lower ground level is the new corner bathroom plus the utility room. Located close to the heart of Ilford town centre and Ilford station which will be soon be connected to Cross rail thus easy access to the city and the Docklands.
Ilford is a large town in east London, England, located 9.1 miles (14.6 km) east of Charing Cross. Ilford Town is also the administrative centre of the London Borough of Redbridge. Identified as a metropolitan centre in the London Plan, Ilford is classed as a significant commercial and retail centre for the wider south east of England. The entire town, including its localities such as Goodmayes, Gants Hill and Fairlop, had a population of 168,168 in 2011.
Ilford's significant commercial and retail centre is surrounded by extensive residential development. Historically a small rural settlement in southwest Essex, its strategic position on the River Roding. To the west of the town is Stratford and, further up, Walthamstow and Woodford; east is Romford; north is Epping Forest; and south is Barking.
John Logie Baird, who invented the television, moved to Ilford in the mid to late 1920s to work on his new invention. He worked in a workshop on the roof of the Plessey premises in Ley Street, which has long since been demolished to make way for new housing.
Its proximity to the Olympic Park in Stratford meant that in 2011, Ilford was the fastest-growing tourist destination in Europe due to the London 2012 Summer Olympics.