Guide Price £800,000 - £850,000
This attractive four bedroom semi detached house is located in the heart of the ever popular Monkhams Estate. Set back of Monkhams Lane on a large plot, this impressive 4 bedroom property makes a great first impression. Situated on Monkhams Lane, which is regarded as one of Woodford Green’s premier roads, this beautiful home is close to many popular schools and is a short walk to Woodford Central Line Station and other amenities. This eye-catching house ticks all the boxes for a comfortable family lifestyle.
The property offers excellent size accommodation with its good size reception hall, 16ft lounge with feature bay window, dining room with door to garden, luxury fitted 11ft kitchen leading to utility room/breakfast room, ground floor W.C. To the first floor the property offers four bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom is 16ft with bay window. The property is in good condition throughout and has been well maintained by its current owners.
This eye catching semi detached house has off street parking and side access.
There is a beautiful mature rear garden which stretches over 81ft. Which is a great size for a family and entertaining.
The property has even potential to extend to the rear and loft room subject planning approval.
Monkhams Lane is within close vicinity of Woodfrod Central Line Station, which gives you direct access into the city. Family looking for schools are also well catered for with many private and state schools close by.
The Monkhams Estate is on the cusp of Epping Forest , which offers many outdoor activities. There are number of Golf Courses and sports clubs a short drive away. Woodford Wells cricket club as a number facilities which caters for the whole family.
Monkhams is an area in the London Borough of Redbridge, It also forms the part of Buckhurst Hill to the eastern side of the Central line. The Monkhams Estate is an affluent area consisting mainly of large, semi detached and detached homes. Monkhams was originally a country estate between Woodford and Chigwell in what was then rural Essex. In the late 19th century, the area contained a country house, which was owned by West Ham founder Arnold Hills.