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Sold STC - Scotts Road, Leyton, London, E10

4 Bedroom House

Expertly refurbished Victorian terraced house

Four double bedrooms over three floors

New primary suite in loft conversion

Family bathroom & two shower rooms

Elegant modern-traditional Scandi decor

35ft rear garden with westerly aspect

Hugely popular Francis Road village location

Walking distance to well-performing schools

Newly refurbished in elegant fashion by a developer with an established local legacy of design-led Victorian renovations, this extended four-bedroom terraced house blends cool Scandi decor with a modern-traditional aesthetic.

Specification and design elements include brushed steel sockets, switches and door handles; recessed LED downlighting to the kitchen, bathroom and shower rooms; engineered oak flooring throughout the ground floor; carpeted bedrooms and landings; replacement sash windows with double glazed units; and gas central heating.

The house looks gorgeous from the front with its variegated brickwork strikingly restored and contrasting beautifully with white-painted stone and dark grey woodwork.

Open the front door with its stained glass panels and you're greeted by the entrance hall with bespoke timber dado panelling. Unusually, the original understairs storage space is still accompanied by the original corner broom cupboard; quite a rare sight today. A trap door in the floor provides access to the cellar down a paddle staircase.

In the double reception, a particularly wide opening between the two originally separate rooms adds an extra sense of spaciousness. There's a bay to the front and a window to the garden, with twin focal points in a pair of cast iron fireplaces, each with a coal-effect gas fire. The original cornice and ceiling rose add character overhead.

Moving deeper into the house you first encounter a ground floor shower room with stylish white fittings including glazed shower cubicle, wide basin in a floating vanity unit, and close coupled wc. Accents include chrome taps, white metro wall tiles, anthracite grout and beautiful encaustic floor tiles with a Moorish motif. The aesthetic is continued upstairs in both the family bathroom and the primary bedroom's en-suite shower room.

At the rear of the ground floor, the dining kitchen is a fine place for the family to gather and leads out to the garden through glazed sliding doors, with more light coming down from a skylight above. The modern-traditional design includes shaker-style wall and base units in white, paired with white quartz countertops and white metro tiled splashback. Integrated appliances include AEG oven, hob and hood in stainless steel along with a concealed fridge freezer and dishwasher.

Heading upstairs, the classic layout of the first floor has been largely retained, with the addition of a full staircase to the newly-created second floor. Of the three double bedrooms on this level, one occupies the whole front of the house, with the other two overlooking the garden. The family bathroom sits on the half landing between the two rear-facing bedrooms.

Up one more floor and the main section of the loft is now home to a large double bedroom with two large skylights to the front and a window to the rear. From here you step down into the second loft space which now provides a dressing room with a wall of built in wardrobes, before continuing to an en-suite shower room where a large window overlooks the garden and local rooftops.

Outside, at 35ft in length, the rear garden is noticeably longer than the neighbourhood average and has a westerly aspect. The side return and patio are laid with pink sandstone, leading onto an easy-maintenance and always-green astroturf lawn. Looking back at the house from the end of the garden is a real delight with the exterior paintwork in downpipe grey looking mighty fine against the Victorian brickwork.

At just 140 yards from Francis Road, the location of the house is one of Leyton's most constantly in demand with a true urban village of independent local businesses including Yardarm wine bar, Phlox bookstore, Albert & Francis cafe, Pause yoga studio, and Venner for gifts and homewares. Or turn the other way for the Heathcote & Star pub, Filly Brook craft beer hall, and the Gravity Well Taproom brewery & bar.

Just around the corner is Leyton County Cricket Ground with its wonderful Edwardian pavilion, while beautiful Hollow Pond and Epping Forest are about 25 minutes' walk (or a short cycle ride) north. The Overground at Leyton Midland Road is around a 7-9 minute stroll and has a swift change to the Victoria Line at Blackhorse Road, while the tube at Leytonstone is about 15 minutes' walk, making light work of getting to the City, West End, Canary Wharf and South Bank, as well as Stratford - just two stops away - for the beautiful Queen Elizabeth Park and serious retail therapy at Westfield.

Popular and well-performing schools with an Ofsted rating of Good or above include two local primaries, Newport and Dawlish, along with Norlington Secondary & 6th Form for Boys.

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