Edward Avenue , E4 9DN

OIEO £650,000

Edward Avenue Highams Park , E4 9DN

OIEO £650,000

4 Bedroom

1 Bath

A smartly appointed four bedroom family home, full of characterful finishing touches across three naturally bright storeys. It's all enviably sat on a quiet no through road in a leafy sweetspot between Highams Park & Chingford.

Highams Park overground station is a twenty minute walk (or a five minute cycle) and will get you straight to Liverpool Street just as quickly.

IF YOU LIVED HERE…

You'll have a shade under 1200 square feet to stretch out in, including a superb 300 square foot through lounge. In here, a pristine white paintjob makes the most of the natural light and a striking designer mantelpiece takes centre stage. To the rear, patio doors open onto your garden. It's an impressive outdoor solace – a lush, sixty foot lawn bookended by twin patios, secluded by high timber fencing and screening greenery.

Back inside, via your kitchen, and you have banks of pine cabinets top and bottom with dark marbled counters in between. Upstairs, you have large double bedrooms front and back, both featuring ranks of bespoke floor to ceiling storage. Bedroom three's a single, currently in use as a home office, while your family bathroom and WC are handily separated, and finished in slate grey flooring and white tilework. Finally, in to the converted loft for your skylit 180 square foot fourth sleeper. A beauty.

Outside and, as noted, you're just twenty minutes on foot from Highams Park station. As well as direct runs to Liverpool Street you can also ride two stops and five minutes for Walthamstow Central, and a quick swap to the Victoria line. Craft beer fans and and wine lovers will both have plenty of reasons to stay local though – just across from the station are The Vino Tap and The Stag & Lantern Microbrewery. Both well worth a visit.

WHAT ELSE?

- Highams Park itself, with its famous lake and superb views across London, is just a half hour stroll or nine minute bike ride. Be sure to grab some coffee and cake at Humphry's Cafe, named after the lake's nineteenth century creator.
- You have a private driveway, and drivers can be on the arterial North Circular in just five minutes.
- Parents will be pleased to find seventeen primary/secondary schools, all less than a mile away on foot, all rated 'Outstanding' or 'Good; by Ofsted.

Features

  • Four Bedroom House
  • 1930's Mid Terrace
  • Potential To Extend (STPP)
  • Short Walk to Highams Park Station
  • Private Driveway
  • Approx 1175 Square Foot
  • Moments from Ainslie Wood
  • Circa 60 Foot Private Rear Garden
Reception Room

8.23 x 3.75 (27'0" x 12'3")

27 "

Kitchen

2.65 x 1.91 (8'8" x 6'3")

8’7 "

Bedroom

2.34 x 1.80 (7'8" x 5'10")

7’7 "

Bedroom

4.38 x 3.50 (14'4" x 11'5")

14’4 "

Bedroom

3.84 x 2.95 (12'7" x 9'8")

12’6 "

Bathroom
WC
Garden

18.00 (59'0")

59’1 "

Energy Performance Certificate

View the Energy Efficiency Rating and Environmental Impact Rating for this property here.

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a word from the expert...

"Around the corner from the office are The Stag and Lantern and Vinoramica, perfect spots for all your alcoholic needs. If you fancy a nice coffee pop into Biba & Wren Coffee Shop. My favourite local walk to where I live is through Epping Forest from Highams Park to Chingford Plains, ending at The Butlers Retreat. If you fancy a bike ride The Lea Valley is expansive and offers plenty of different routes in and out of London. The area is the perfect halfway house, offering all the benefits of London but with the green space and community feel of a countryside village! I also love the variety of different architecture on offer throughout E4." JON VIDAL E4 BRANCH MANAGER

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:
Highams Park

Edward Avenue, Highams Park — Stow Brothers

Not everyone in the capital has heard of Highams Park, and that’s only a good thing. Although it’s well connected to Central London on the Overground to Liverpool Street, it’s tucked out of sight enough to ensure that the picturesque woodland and coffee shops have a slightly exclusive feel. That’s not to say that the locals are a cliquey bunch though – far from it, they’ve been welcoming savvy families and individuals after a little more bang for their buck for years. 

All the extra space offered up from Epping Forest and Highams Park itself might be the main draw, but newcomers stay for the perks; the silver-lining of the secret slowly getting out is a vibrant and buzzing community which has created a lively food and drink scene.

Area Guide
Edward Avenue, Highams Park — Stow Brothers
Edward Avenue, Highams Park — Stow Brothers

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Family friendly

With an abundance of green space, great schools and a thriving community, it’s no wonder that so many families are moving to Highams Park. If all that nature gets boring (clue - it won’t), Central London is only a stone’s throw away.

Plenty of open green space

Highams Park is home to a vast amount of green space, including parts of Epping Forest and the woodland framed Highams Park, which houses a tranquil lake, flower meadow and fun-packed playground.

Great schools

Parents will be pleased to know that Highams Park has a choice of well-regarded schools in the area, including secondary Highams Park School and Handsworth Primary School.

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