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Sold STC - Terling Close, Leytonstone, E11
£725,000

3 Bedroom House

Generous three bedroom Victorian house

End-of-terrace corner site

Great home workspace converted from loft

Extended and spacious ground floor

Detached garage with personal & side access

Social 25ft dining kitchen for entertaining

32ft contemporary rear garden

Chain-free & close to popular local schools

A unique combination of benefits characterise this stylish and extended three bedroom Victorian house including a corner position, extended ground floor, converted loft and detached garage. Stripped interior doors and floorboards inject the warmth of raw timber, while the decor palette is focused on white and grey with accent colours from Farrow & Ball.

On entering you are struck by the light and openness of the ground floor, achieved by removing the walls between the original two reception rooms. Along with a glazed door to the dining kitchen, this creates a bright continuance of space that will appeal to anyone who loves having people over en masse.

The resulting double reception room feels exceptionally spacious and modern, with ceiling roses overhead retaining a sense of Victoriana. The front bay has a fine view of St Margaret and St Columbia church, with the rear window looking towards the garden.

At over 25ft in length and with some extra width from its side bay, the dining kitchen is perfect for entertaining family and friends with plenty of room for a long table on its striking wood floor (reclaimed from a school gym). Glossy white wall and base units with slimline steel handles are paired with cement-coloured quartz worktops, white wall tiles and anthracite grout. Appliances include a fully integrated dishwasher and a 110cm Rangemaster cooking station with an extra-wide extractor above, both in stainless steel. There's also space for a side-by-side fridge freezer. Into the extension and you'll find a stylish guest loo; a useful utility room with spaces for separate washing machine and dryer; and a bright lean-to at the end leading onto the garden.

The Stiffkey Blue of the painted stairs continues onto the first floor landing where you have the classic Victorian layout of three bedrooms and the family bathroom. All the bedrooms are genuine doubles, with two facing the rear garden and the biggest across the whole front of the house with another fine outlook of the church.

White honeycomb mosaics on the floor and white ceramic bricks on the walls are paired with dark grey paintwork in the bathroom, where a modern Kohler tub with chrome shower rose and hinged glass screen is twinned with a Belfast wash basin and reclaimed iron radiator. From the landing, a spiral staircase leads to a converted loft which makes a wonderful home workspace above the hubbub of the main house. As well as a skylight in the roof, there's a side window that offers a view for inspiration and makes the perfect position for your home office. You'll also find plenty of additional storage in the eaves behind cupboard doors.

Outside, the rear garden extends to 32ft and is designed with a modern combination of soft and hard landscaping including black limestone slabs, grass lawn, and a raised timber deck. The corner position of the house means the garden gets sun throughout the day, from mornings on the deck to evenings on the patio: ideal for summer al fresco dining. There's also a personal access door to the detached garage, with vehicle access via a new roller door in Newcomen Road.

Two new venues have recently opened just around the corner on Cann Hall Road, with Patch Cafe serving amazing coffee and antipodean brunches (already a firm favourite of the owners), and The Rookwood Village pub with its sumptuous leather booths and fantastic decked garden.

At just eight minutes walk from Winchelsea Road, the house has an absolutely ideal location for exploring the growing artisan scene of railway-arch venues where craft beer, specialist wines, scrumptious baking and intimate gigs are all on the menu.

Otherwise, and in the other direction, the lovely Leytonstone Tavern is just a few minutes walk and is one of the best pubs in the neighbourhood. High Road Leytonstone is about ten minutes on foot and - if you can get past To Be Consumed wine bar - offers more worthy favourites including The Red Lion, The Birds and The North Star.

For transport, Leytonstone High Road Overground is about ten minutes walk while both Leyton and Leytonstone tubes are within a mile and take you straight into Central London, with a quick change to the Jubilee Line at Stratford for Canary Wharf, South Bank and Westminster.

Within a short stroll are the delightful Jubilee Pond and 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 Davies Lane (Ofsted 'Outstanding') and Jenny Hammond (Ofsted 'Good') within ten minutes walk. An excellent nursery, Stepping Stones (Ofsted 'Good'), is just across the road in the church hall.

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


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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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