This semi-detached, mock-Tudor style property is located on Worcester Crescent, which is one of Woodford Green’s exclusive roads on the popular Monkhams Estate. Oozing kerb appeal this charming four bedroom home makes a great first impression, benefits from being close to many popular schools and is a short walk to Woodford Central Line Station and other amenities. The ground floor comprises of two receptions rooms ideal for a dining room and living room both awash with natural light and offering a feature and log burning fireplace, separate kitchen leading to a utility space, downstairs W/C and garage and porch. The rear garden is a wonderful oasis with a patio area ideal for barbecues and entertaining leading to a mature lawn and steps up to a further patio area. Onto the first floor the property offers three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The top floor offers a large bedroom with wonderful views and a modern en-suite bathroom. Further benefits include off street parking for multiple cars, side access and further potential to extend over the garage and to the rear (STPP). This eye-catching house ticks all the boxes for a comfortable family lifestyle and is ready to make for a wonderful home.
Worcester Crescent is within close vicinity of Woodford Central Line Station, which gives you direct access into the city. Families looking for schools are also well catered for with many private and state schools within close proximity including Well Primary and Bancroft School. The Monkhams Estate is on the cusp of Epping Forest , which offers many outdoor activities. Woodford Golf Course is only a short drive away and Woodford Golf Club, founded in 1890, is one of the oldest golf clubs in Essex and north-east London and a founder member of the Essex Golf Union. Close by is "The Green" where Woodford Green Cricket Club play, having being founded in 1735. They are the oldest cricket club in the world still playing on their original ground whilst Woodford Wells cricket club has a number of facilities which caters for all 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, 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. Epping Forest is a wonderful place to go for a country stroll with the family whilst food lovers are catered for with the famous Italian Bel Sit nestled on the high road as well as Prezzo and Miller & Carter too. With so much local history, excellent schools, ideal commuting options and charming green spaces this wonderful home is the perfect place to make for your next home.