Ferndale Road, Leytonstone, London, E11

Sold - Leasehold - £450,000

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2 Bedrooms, 1 Reception, 1 Bathroom, Flat, Leasehold

Converted from the ground floor of a Victorian house in a lovely Leytonstone street between the High Road and Wanstead Flats, the interior has been refurbished by a long-standing local developer with a legacy of renovations in the neighbourhood that always deliver something new and fresh.

As soon as you're through the front door the rich engineered oak floorboards that flow-through the living areas create an immediately inviting atmosphere and are twinned with crisp white paintwork.

At the front of the apartment the bright living room has a south-facing bay with plenty of light pouring in through three sets of replaced UPVC double glazed sash windows.

Both bedrooms are doubles and both, unusually, have doors leading out to the garden. With one bedroom directly behind the living room and the other at the end of the apartment, each is private from the other.

Sleek and elegant lines in the kitchen come from white Corian worktops and white metro tiles paired high gloss wall and base cupboards in a pale sand tone. The stainless steel built in oven, hob and extractor hood are accompanied by invisibly integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher, and washing machine.

Continuing a fusion of Victorian character and contemporary style, the bathroom includes a bath with glazed green and thermostatic shower fitting; an extra-wide suspended washbasin and vanity unit; chrome taps, towel rail and accessories; white metro wall tiles and a smart tiled floor in a monochrome mosaic.

The rear garden extends to 28 ft and has a large flagstone paved side return and patio leading onto a grassy lawn. There's a lovely tree at the end for shade and the garden is fenced on all sides and feels really private.

Ferndale Road has an excellent location for making the most of Leytonstone, and wine lovers are particularly well looked after with To Be Consumed wine bar in the arches of Leytonstone High Road Overground station at the end of the street, and the Theatre of Wine shop just around the corner. Wandering up the High Road you'll find many local favourites including The Red Lion and The Birds pubs, Wild Goose Bakery, and swift access to Central London from Leytonstone Underground station.

Finally, a number of good local primary schools include George Tomlinson Primary School (Ofsted 'Good'), Our Lady of Lords (Ofsted 'Good') and Davies lane Primary School (Ofsted Outstanding).

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45 High Street<br />Wanstead<br />London<br />E11 2AA
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