A detached modern and recently constructed chalet style bungalow that is located in this sought after quiet residential street and has ample off street parking and a generous garden in excess of 120ft. The property benefits from a spacious bathroom and open plan spacious kitchen and lounge area. Two further bathrooms. Master bedroom and a single bedroom on the first floor plus family shower room. Three further double bedrooms on the ground floor. Plenty of natural light coming into the property and patio doors leading out to the paved area of the garden. Close to all local amenities and property is chain free.
Collier Row is an area of Romford in East London, England, within the London Borough of Havering and the historic county of Essex. It is a suburban development north of Romford town centre, around 14 miles (22.5 km) north-east of Charing Cross.
The area is based on a large housing estate built during the 1930s as part of the inter-war London housing expansion, with shopping facilities around a central crossroads. Its name originates from charcoal burners who used to occupy the area.
Remains of a Roman settlement have been uncovered in the area.
The area is not connected to the London Underground or National Rail networks; however, Hainault and Newbury Park Underground stations (Central line) and Romford railway station are nearby. Transport for London bus routes 175, 247, 252, 294, 365 and 375 and commercial route 575 from Epping to Romford and Lakeside serve the local area, and it is planned that a future extension of the East London Transit could serve the area.
The A12 (Eastern Avenue), which runs through Collier Row at its southern end, leads to London and the east coast of Essex, and crosses the M25 on its eastern section.