This wonderful example of a two-bedroom, ground floor ex-Warner flat is conveniently located in this sought-after location, nestled between Highams Park and Woodford Green. This charming maisonette is in good condition throughout and benefits from a bright and airy lounge with high ceilings and a tremendous bay window, making it a lovely room for relaxing. The property oozes kerb appeal with a tiled entrance way through the front garden, and bay window, whilst further offering excellent extras including your own front door, a share of the freehold and features including high ceilings, two bay windows and solid wooden floors. The accommodation comprises of two double bedrooms, a large modern family bathroom, a modern separate kitchen, and a reception room leading to a private west facing garden made up of a patio area leading to a lovely lawn. The property is full of features and offers great size accommodation.
In terms of location, the property is close to the Woodford Central Line Station (Approx 0.8 miles) and Highams Park Overground Station (Approx 1.2 miles). Chingford Lane is also great for road-users, as it has easy access to the A406, M25 and the M11. Epping Forest and Highams Park lake are both within a short walk, offering many outdoor activities such as cycling, running, camping, country walks, and golf. Woodford Golf Course on Sunset Avenue, was founded in 1890, and is one of the oldest golf clubs in Essex and north-east London, and a founding member of the Essex Golf Union. The property is also close to Woodford Green amenities and is within walking distance of many popular restaurants on Woodford High Road, such as Mezze Ocakbasi, Pizzeria Bel-Sit, and Prezzo.
Chingford Lane itself has a mix of houses and flats. This two-bedroom property was built by the Warner Builders. "Warner” properties were built in the Waltham Forest borough from the late nineteenth century until the mid-twentieth century. Many of the properties often bear the mark 'W' and are notable for the quality of their workmanship and are in distinctive styles, often in bold red brick, with gables and tiled roofs. It is also believed that many of the roads are named after members of the Warner family.
The property is in a very good condition and is an ideal purchase for a first-time buyer, as a buy-to-let, or for a purchaser looking to downsize.