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For Sale - Ferndale Road, Leytonstone, E11
£775,000

3 Bedroom House

Chain free

Sophisticated decoration and design

Three double bedrooms

Two reception rooms

Enlarged family bathroom

Extended 25ft dining kitchen

Striking urban-landscaped garden

Almost next door to Wanstead Flats

"And the prize for Best Front Door goes to…"

This wonderful three bedroom Victorian terraced home in the Ferndale neighbourhood of Leytonstone was a winner in Farrow & Ball's 2019 Front Doors competition, with its Babouche yellow paintwork proving a hit with the judges. The pairing with custom-made plantation blinds adorning every window, the lovely original checkerboard pathway and the red brick exterior gives the front of the house a warm and instantly engaging first impression.

Inside, a decor palette of richly muted greens, pinks and greys is enhanced by raw timber through stripped wood floors and interior doors along with school-style iron radiators, bespoke joinery and the continuous presence of thoughtful design.

Of the twin reception rooms on the ground floor, the front performs as a living room with the former dining room behind it now repurposed as a cosy snug.

Under the stairs - currently fitted with bespoke coat-hanging space and shelving - the prep work for a downstairs loo with hot and cold plumbing is already in place.

At the back of the house, the large and splendid dining kitchen includes a small single-storey extension at the garden end with bi-folding doors connecting inside and out. A large skylight overhead, a wide picture window inserted into the side wall, and four sets of sashes in the Victorian bay form a collection of inlets for natural light to permeate the space. Glossy white cupboards rub shoulders with a Stoves range in stainless steel, a Belfast sink in a wide island, and an integrated fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer. Bespoke Iroko countertops extend over the cupboards and down to the tiled floor, and are met with Iroko parquet in the extension, reclaimed from a church in Clapton. The tiles and parquet are separately zoned with underfloor heating, powered by the new boiler from 2017.

Upstairs, aside from borrowing some space in the rear addition to increase the size of the bathroom, the classic layout of three double bedrooms has been retained, with a large primary bedroom across the front of the house and two smaller doubles facing the garden.

Deep grey walls in the enlarged bathroom are paired with honeycomb floor tiles in anthracite and metro tiles in white to the walls and bath panel. Black brassware including taps and shower head make a sharp contrast with the whites of the tub and standalone Belfast wash basin, with finishing touches of solid oak display shelf, clear glass shower screen and underfloor heating.

Outside is what you might call a modern tropical garden with flagstone paving and timber decking underfoot met with lovingly stocked beds of interesting and exotic plants retained by reclaimed railway sleepers. Among the luscious foliage are Fatsia japonica, cordyline Australis (palm) dahlias, Japanese black bamboo, loquat, eucalyptus, thyme, rosemary and passionflower. When evening falls, exterior uplights within the beds and on the walls of the house create a dramatic and enchanting experience.

The Ferndale neighbourhood occupies a position between the High Road and Wanstead Flats, directly beneath the streets of Bushwood and handy for enjoying Leytonstone's local scene.

To Be Consumed wine bar in the arches of Leytonstone High Road Overground station is at the end of the street, while the Theatre of Wine shop is just around the corner. The lovely Leytonstone Tavern is the neighbourhood's pub and wandering up the High Road you'll find some more worthy favourites including The Red Lion, The Birds and The North Star. Wild Goose Bakery and Perky Blenders are great for coffee and cake, with Leytonstone tube whizzing you into Central London.

Just across the street is the entrance to Wanstead Flats, one of the most beautiful areas of open space in East London and a glorious place to explore nature, exercise or simply hang out.

Finally, a number of well-performing local primary schools include George Tomlinson (Ofsted 'Good') and Davies Lane (Ofsted 'Outstanding').

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Refundable Holding deposit - Capped at 1 weeks rent


Security Deposit Capped at 5 weeks rent for annual rental under £50,000, or 6 weeks rent for annual rental over £50,000


Rent - The agreed monthly rent


Changes to tenancy - Capped at £50 inc VAT


Early termination charge - Not exceeding the landlord’s financial losses


Late payment of rent - Interest of 3% above BoE base rate for each day the rent is late, once it is 14 days overdue


Replacement keys - Limited to the reasonable costs of replacement


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