Grove Park , E11 2DN

£1,000 pcm

Grove Park London , E11 2DN

£1,000 pcm

1 Bedroom

1 Bath

A beautifully bright and airy, one bedroom apartment on the top floor of a substantial Edwardian conversion, enviably situated in the Wanstead Grove conservation area and just moments from the very heart of this extremely popular East London village, with excellent gastropubs and transport links.

You have an impressive amount of storage space for a one bedroom apartment, with over 140 foot of under eaves storage alone.


You'll be less than a half mile on foot from Wanstead High Street. The heart of this bustling East London village, it's flanked by green space and full of excellent bars, restaurants and gastropubs the equal of anything you'll find in central London.

Central London is itself only around fifteen minutes away via Wanstead or Snaresbrook tube stations, each around a ten minute walk and with direct routes to the West End and the City via the Central Line. Even Epping Forest is within easy reach – it's wild green space is only a three quarter mile on foot.

Inside and pride of place clearly goes to your 280 square foot lounge/diner, lit by three large skylights it's an impressive, handsome space ideal for entertaining. The bedroom is a substantial double of 115 square feet, with lovely views over Wanstead's broad avenues and green spaces.


- There's a great choice of hostelries on the High Street, but don't overlook nearby Nightingale Lane, where you'll find some lovely local pubs.
- At 125 years, the lease won't cause you any renewal worries.
- Drivers can be on the North Circular in less than ten minutes.


  • One bedroom
  • Top floor
  • Lots of natural light
  • Wanstead conservation area
  • Moments to Wanstead Station
  • Centrally located
  • Close The High Street and all amenities
  • Lots of storage
  • Period conversion

6.8m x 3.9m (22'3" x 12'9")

22’3 "


3.5m x 3.1m (11'5" x 10'2")

11’5 "


3.5m x 3.1m (11'5" x 10'2")

11’5 "

Eaves storage

7.4m x 2.1m (24'3" x 6'10")

24’3 "

Energy Performance Certificate

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


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a word from the owner...

"It's at the very top of a large semi -detached Edwardian house in Grove Park, Wanstead, a street of lovely houses. The entrance is via the front door and hall of the house so one has the feeling of coming into a house rather than an apartment building. The flat is totally self- contained right at the top. There are many advantages to this. The flat is light and airy, east/west orientation means it gets all the sun, summer and winter. This is one of the factors which helps to make it very cosy when the weather is grim. Built into the roof, there are very few outside walls and the loft above is thickly insulated. The sloping ceilings give it real character. Being at the top of the house, there is no noise coming from above and the floors have been lined with Acousterlay to muffle any noise going down or coming up from the floor below. Noise can be a problem with Victorian and Edwardian conversions as a these houses were never built to be occupied on every floor. The Acousterlay ensures minimal disturbance. What else? Oh yes, excellent storage space is provided by an eaves cupboard running the whole width of the house, accessed from the lounge. The house has a lovely atmosphere and people who have come to live here have usually stayed a good long time and only moved to upsize. A further plus is that the house sits in a beautiful cottage garden which makes ones goings and comings an extra pleasure. One way and an other, a good place to live."

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:

Grove Park, Wanstead — Stow Brothers

Thanks to its royal connections and grand properties, Wanstead has previously been compared to the likes of Twickenham and Richmond, although East Londoners are quick to point out that it has plenty enough merits of its own. 

For a start, despite its villagey feel, it’s proudly nestled within London’s most creative quadrant and only a short hop on the Central line from the bright lights of the City. There’s also an abundance of green space – Wanstead Flats, Epping Forest, Wanstead Park and Chalet Wood, with the seasonal display of bluebells in the latter just calling out for an accompanying picnic from one of the well-stocked local delis or cafes. But that’s not to say that Wanstead’s charming pubs and restaurants aren’t delightful to look at themselves – it’ll be deciding which to go for that’s the problem.

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Grove Park, Wanstead — Stow Brothers
Grove Park, Wanstead — Stow Brothers

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