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For Sale - Hainault Road, Leytonstone, London, E11
£625,000

2 Bedroom Flat

Split-level Victorian conversion

Two large double bedrooms

Two bathrooms

Double-glazed sash windows

Cellar and conservatory

Original floorboards, high ceilings & cast-iron radiators

60ft southeast-facing garden

Side access & off-road parking

Surrounded by excellent restaurants, shops, schools, and parks and just a short walk to comprehensive rail services and Hollow Ponds, this split-level period conversion is a win on location alone. It also represents a unique opportunity to own a sizeable and beautifully proportioned home with off-street parking, an extensive cellar, and a large sunny garden in this ever-popular residential hub.

Inside, exceptionally high ceilings and sash, bay and picture windows frame two receptions linked by a conservatory; a bright and spacious kitchen; and two bedrooms and bathrooms. Stylish feature walls in Farrow & Ball shades with picture and dado rails combine with cast-iron radiators and exposed original floorboards to give a modern finish to the home's period charm.

The property has been upgraded with new double-glazing in the last three years. In addition, the owners replaced the conservatory doors and windows and installed a new boiler with a digital heating system in 2021.

Upon arrival, a hard-standing provides plenty of room for private parking. The traditional Victorian frontage with stone columns, sills and lintels to the bay windows opens to a communal lobby, where you'll find a separate entrance revealing a long hallway accented by two-tone paintwork and a stunning column radiator. The exposed original floorboards underfoot here continue throughout the reception rooms and bedrooms.

First, head right into an impressive front bedroom with an intricately coved high ceiling bearing a central rose. A sash bay window illuminates soft green walls finished with a picture rail. There's also a six-column traditional radiator, and floor-to-ceiling integrated storage flanking a chimney breast with a feature brick alcove.

Beyond, the generous living room has two cast iron radiators and a decorative recessed fireplace complete with a hearth inlaid with William Morris design tiles, and a floating oak mantle. Other thoughtful details include a factory-style enamelled pendant light and brass curtain holdbacks. Bespoke alcove shelving extends to the ceiling on either side of the Farrow & Ball Sulking Room Pink-hued chimney breast, while tall double timber doors in the bay open into a versatile conservatory, which features lovely Arts and Crafts-style stained-glass panels and glazed patio doors to the garden.

Continue along the hall to find matching two-tone staircases with painted spindles and polished solid wood rails. The first descends to the cellar, which has a considerable floor area that lends itself to multiple possible uses, such as wine storage or a home gym.

Behind the main staircase, you'll find more shelving and storage space. Opposite, a stained-glass door reveals an attractively tiled shower room containing a rainfall shower enclosure with frameless screen, chrome towel rail, pedestal basin with traditional Victorian-style taps, and a close-coupled loo.

A recently refurbished Victorian feature fireplace with granite hearth acts as the natural focal point in the dining room, which has an original detailed ceiling rose, cast iron radiator and feature walls painted in Charlotte's Locks by Farrow & Ball. It's linked to the conservatory and the kitchen, where an array of picture windows overlook the garden and encircle a delightfully sunny circular breakfast nook.

The super spacious food preparation area with wooden worktop is further illuminated by recessed downlights. Blue tongue-and-groove panelling and tonal navy splashback tiles add an injection of cheerful colour; while appliances and features include a five-ring Belling gas range cooker with extractor hood, a 1.5-bowl stainless steel sink with traditional mixer tap, and space for a dishwasher, washing machine and an American-style fridge-freezer.

Upstairs, you'll discover a second garden-facing double bedroom with a sash window, decorated with soft neutral tones. There's a white column-style radiator here, and ample space for wardrobes and additional furniture.

Head through into an ensuite brightened by white-painted floorboards and white wall tiles, which surround a panelled bath with traditional-style taps and a glass-screened overhead shower. A pedestal basin and close-coupled loo complete the suite, while a frosted sash window lets in natural light.

Claiming the sun from morning to late afternoon, the 60ft southeast-facing garden begins as a paved side terrace. This leads to a large enclosed lawn with borders filled with mature plants and shrubs including yew, Choisya (Mexican orange), Hypericum (St John's wort) and an apple tree, as well as a vegetable patch to the rear.


A NOTE FROM THE OWNERS

'We love the high ceilings and the unique spacious layout of the house, the bookcases in the lounge, and the original floorboards. The round feature nook in the kitchen is lovely to have your breakfast in every morning, and the garden is great for summer sunbathing.'

IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Just around the corner from two great neighbourhood watering holes - the Heathcote & Star pub and Fillybrook craft beer hall - Hainault Road's location is equally suited for a wander into the bustle of High Road Leytonstone or down to Leyton Village on Francis Road.

You'll find plenty of local favourites between the two, including authentic Thai cooking at The North Star, locally-brewed coffee at Perky Blenders, remarkable wines at Yardarm, and excellent pastries at both Wild Goose Bakery and Morny Bakehouse.

A short walk or cycle will lead you to Hollow Ponds and Epping Forest, which offers 2,400 hectares of green open space and woodland. In the other direction, the Olympic Park, Hackney Marshes, Lea Valley horse riding and ice skating are all within easy reach via quiet cycle routes.

Local schools include Gwyn Jones Primary (2 mins), Leyton Sixth Form College (9 mins) and Leytonstone School (7 mins) - all Ofsted-rated 'Good'. Excel Kids day nursery is just 4 minutes by foot.

Leytonstone tube is under 10-minutes' walk, from where the Central Line whizzes into the City and West End, with a quick change at Stratford to the Jubilee line for Canary Wharf, the South Bank and Westminster. The station sits on the merging point of the Central line loop, which means trains are frequent, and you'll be the first to hop on during the morning rush hour. Just 11 minutes by foot, Leyton Midland Road Overground will take you to Kings Cross and St Pancras in 25 minutes.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM EELEVEN

Descriptions of the property are subjective and are used in good faith as an opinion and NOT as a statement of fact. Please make further specific enquires to ensure that our descriptions are likely to match any expectations you may have of the property. We have not tested any services, systems or appliances at this property. We strongly recommend that all the information we provide be verified by you on inspection, and by your Surveyor and Conveyancer.

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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


Utilities, council tax, communication services, TV Licence etc - Tenants own responsibility unless otherwise stated in contract


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Property Redress Scheme Membership details - TPO SALES AND LETTINGS Membership No: D13794


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