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Sold STC - Wragby Road, Leytonstone, London, E11
£550,000

2 Bedroom House

Two-bedroom Victorian end-of-terrace

The perfect project to create your dream home

Totally liveable to renovate at your own pace

Huge 68ft x 20ft rear garden

Double glazing and central heating

Explore Leytonstone, Stratford & Forest Gate

Close to local schools and parks

Potential for loft conversion & side extension

With classic good looks on the outside and endless potential inside, this roomy two-bedroom Victorian end-of-terrace is the perfect fixer-upper. Located on a corner plot of a quiet residential street, the house is close to Wanstead Flats and Leytonstone's High Road, with the Overground station just a short walk away.

Aside from period features and eco-friendly solar roof panels, what makes the house such a great find is that it's completely liveable right now. With double-glazed sash windows, original stripped doors to every room, gas fired central heating, and a fitted kitchen and bathroom, you can renovate entirely at your own pace.

Set behind elegant iron railings, the unspoilt brick exterior has plenty of traditional details, including original pillars and stonework and a four-panel front door with brass furniture.

Inside, the entrance hall leads to twin living areas that are flooded with light from end-to-end, with an elegant bay to the front and a tall sash window looking out to the garden. Plenty of original features are still intact, from the coving, skirtings and ornate ceiling rose, to the exposed floorboards that are ready to be revived. The cast iron fireplace in the front section has a timber mantlepiece and Victorian hearth tiles, while the rear section has a niche fireplace cut into the chimney, both breasts have wide alcoves - ideal for creating built-in storage.

Beyond lies the kitchen, with a large window to the side and French doors opening out to the garden. Timber-fronted units are paired with chequerboard tiled splashbacks and a tiled floor, with appliances including a washing machine, electric oven and gas hob. There are spaces for a fridge and freezer and there's also a useful understairs storage cupboard. Subject to the necessary consents, the room could easily be extended into the larger-than-average side return to create a spacious dining kitchen with a real wow-factor.

Upstairs, the wide and airy landing has stripped-wood banisters, clever in-built shelves and a space that would make the perfect reading nook or even home study area.

Running across the full width of the house, the light-filled primary bedroom has a pair of sash windows to the front, while the second bedroom is another good-size double with a sash window overlooking the garden

At the back, the large bathroom has a timber sash window and comfortably accommodates a full-sized bath with thermostatic shower; a floating ceramic basin; and close-coupled loo.There's even scope to enlarge the space further by incorporating the adjacent hallway storage and boiler cupboard.

As with most houses in the neighbourhood, there's also potential to extend into the loft space to create an additional bedroom suite.

Outside, the unusually large rear garden is approximately 68ft long, 20ft wide and enclosed by timber fencing. A spacious patio hugs the back and side of the house and leads onto a lawn bordered by well-established plants and shrubs including lilac, forsythia, camelia and laurel. A beautifully scented honeysuckle hangs above the French doors, and there's an eco-conscious water butt and low-level storage shed.

IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD Wragby Road is part of a quiet pocket of Victorian streets between the lower end of High Road Leytonstone and the wonderful Wanstead Flats, one of the most beautiful areas of open green space in East London.

The popular Jenny Hammond Primary School is just five minutes' walk away and is rated Good by Ofsted. You'll also find a couple of nurseries nearby.

Within a 5-10-minute walk is the lovely Leytonstone Tavern, as well as Patch Café (serving Aussie breakfasts and coffee) and The Rookwood Village pub with its stylish interior and deck. Stroll a few minutes further to explore Winchelsea Road's artisanal food and drink scene, including The Wanstead Tap, Wild Goose Bakery and Arch Rivals.

The High Road is about five minutes' walk away and has many cafes and convenience stores at its southern end, along with Leytonstone High Road Overground station. Maryland rail station is around 15 mins walk and is just 9 minutes from Liverpool Street and one stop from Stratford's major interchange with the DLR, Central and Jubilee Lines, along with shopping, cinema and food at Westfield and East Village.

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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


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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