This well presented top floor Maisonette is located in a quiet cul de sac location in the heart of Hainault and Chigwell.
Accessible by it's own front door, this flat offers space in abundance. The property has a sizeable kitchen which the owners also use to dine in, a spacious lounge, two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is a multitude of storage options which includes a loft, a large cupboard and garden shed which is located at the rear of the property.
Along with the neighbouring suburban areas of Loughton and Buckhurst Hill, Chigwell forms part of Essex’s so-called "Golden Triangle". Charles Dickens, who frequently visited the area, described it as "the greatest place in the world… Such a delicious old inn opposite the church… such beautiful forest scenery… such an out of the way rural place!"
Ye Olde Kings Head, better known as multi-award winning restaurant “Sheesh”, was built in 1547 and is the second oldest public house in England. Famously immortalised by Dickens’ novel ‘Barnaby Rudge’, this sympathetically refurbished Grade I listed building has welcomed some truly illustrious visitors over the years, from the likes of Dick Turpin, Winston Churchill to famous international actors and film directors such as Orson Welles, Marlon Brando and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Although Chigwell feels very rural, it is only 12.5miles (20km) from central London and half an hour from Liverpool Street on the Central line. Those that enjoy a night out in the city at the weekend will be pleased to learn that the Night Tube runs to the neighbouring town of Hainault. Road links are equally good, with the M11 found a short drive away.