This 1930s style six bedroom family home is situated in the heart of Highams Park nestled on a quiet residential road. Well located for popular schools, this end of terrace property offers spacious living accommodation with a large reception room, separate through lounge ideal for dining room, fitted modern kitchen, six double bedrooms, modern family bathroom and two shower rooms. This family home not only further offers a wealth of character, large garden with decking area, garage and driveway but also benefits from being walking distance to Larkswood Playing Field and Epping Forest. This property is being offered on a chain free basis.
This three bedroom end of terraced house is located in Highams Park which is primarily a residential area with housing consisting mainly of Victorian and 1930’s terraced houses. It shares its postal district with Woodford Green and Chingford, so benefits from many open green spaces, whilst being a short commute to Central London. There is a wealth of reasons why Highams Park has become such a popular location in recent years, including the addition of a Tesco superstore, shops and local attractions such as Highams Park Lake and Rolls Park. Larkshall Road is in a prime location for any buyer looking for an area with popular primary and secondary schools, such Highams Park School and Handsworth Primary and wonderful local green spaces.
This family home is a few minutes’ walk from Highams Park Station, which provides direct access to London Liverpool Street. Road-users also have easy access to the A406 and the M11. Highams Park Lake is to the west of the park, which is maintained by the London Borough of Waltham Forest. The lake was formed by landscape gardener Humphry Repton, who created it by damming the River Ching. The lake and the adjoining park offer recreational facilities for families and at the south end of the lake is a boat house owned by Waltham Forest South Scouts. The property would be also ideal for any purchaser looking to purchase the property for investment due to the local transport links and Highams Park being a buoyant market. To truly appreciate the amazing views, an internal viewing is highly recommend.