Three bedroom Victorian mid terrace family home located within the popular Leytonstone/ Leyton borders.
The versatile accommodation comprises two reception rooms, dining room, kitchen and shower room to the ground floor.
Upstairs there are three good size bedrooms and family bathroom, whilst externally there can be found a reasonable size lawned garden to rear.
The property does require updating and modernising throughout and would suit a buyer looking for a project.
Leyton has a good supply of small local parks and playing fields, such as Coronation Gardens and Sidmouth Park, and the Leyton Youth Centre. The area is close to Epping Forest and the Hackney Marshes and locals will have direct access to the Olympic Park via a new pedestrian bridge from Ruckholt Road. The Water Works Nature Reserve and the nearby Middlesex Filter Beds have a giant hide for bird watching and there is a visitors’ centre in Lammas Road off Lea Bridge Road.
Leyton is on the Tube’s Central line, with journey times to Bank of 15 minutes, Oxford Circus 23 minutes, and Canary Wharf with a change at Stratford, 17 minutes. Leyton Midland Road is an Overground station on the Gospel Oak to Barking line; the 55 bus goes to Oxford Circus, the 48 to London Bridge and the 56 to Clerkenwell.
In the heart of one of London’s Olympic boroughs, Waltham Forest, Leytonstone showcases a strong mix of chain stores and small, family-run shops with a flurry of historic pubs and modern bars. Aptly bridging the Essex borders of Epping and Woodford with the City’s Liverpool Street and Tower Bridge, this small-knit, traditionally working class area is still revelling from ‘Olympic effect’, and has finally earned its place as an ‘up-and-coming’ hotspot.