Hampton Road , E4 8NR

OIEO £450,000

Hampton Road Chingford , E4 8NR

OIEO £450,000

3 Bedroom

1 Bath

This three bedroom 1920s terraced house in Chingford has a large garage and potential for extension. It’s located in a quiet residential street close to the thriving centre of Chingford Mount and with easy access to the neighbourhood centres of Highams Park, Chingford, and Walthamstow.


You’d have plenty of space, with 768 sq ft in the house and a large 238 sq ft garage at the end of the garden. The property is in a good condition throughout, with double glazing, central heating, and pale neutral décor. It has been modernised, but there is scope to add value through further refurbishment and/or extension.
No space is wasted on the ground floor, which is home to two living rooms, the kitchen/diner, and the bathroom. An internal porch opens straight into the main front living room, a lovely light room with a large, sunny south-facing window. The adjacent second living room would also make an ideal dining area as it’s connected to the kitchen/diner via an open archway and a charming feature leaded light internal window. The kitchen/diner has garden views through a window above the sink and a sliding door that opens onto the garden terrace. The downstairs bathroom is fully tiled and has a contemporary white bath with a mixer shower and a freestanding washbasin and WC.

The first floor is home to three bedrooms and a WC, with the main double bedroom and the third bedroom at the front and the second bedroom at the rear. The main bedroom has a large, sunny south-facing window whilst the second bedroom overlooks the garden. The stairs, landing and two of the bedrooms are carpeted, and the second bedroom has a wood laminate floor the same as in the two living rooms downstairs.
Outside, there’s a paved front garden and a low-maintenance landscaped back garden suited to all-weather use. This is mainly paved with a terrace next to the back of the house and raised beds ready for planting. The breeze block garage at the end of the garden measures a generous 16’5” by 15’8”. This has great potential as it’s suited to a variety of uses. It has an attractive façade facing the house, with a covered porch, glazed door and two windows.


- It’s less than ten minutes to the friendly neighbourhood centre of Chingford Mount with its local independent shop, cafes, and large supermarkets. The town centres of Chingford and Walthamstow are both within a couple of miles and easily accessed by bus.
- There are regular 25-minute Overground trains to the City (Liverpool Street) from Highams Park station about a mile and a half away.
- Road links are excellent. It’s a couple of minutes’ drive to the North Circular Road and ten minutes to the M11. Stratford Westfield is a 20 minute drive, and it’s about half an hour to Stansted Airports and London City Airport.
- There’s plenty of green space in the area. Chase Lane Park and Memorial Park are nearby, the Lee Valley Reservoir Chain is a ten minute walk, and Epping Forest is a couple of miles away.


  • Three Bedroom House
  • 1920s Mid Terrace
  • Easy Access to Walthamstow and Highams Park
  • Potential to Extend (STPP)
  • Private Garage
  • Approx. 30 Foot Garden
  • Close to Local Amenities
Reception Room

4.95 x 3.23m (16'2" x 10'7")

16’2 "

Reception Room

3.09 x 2.45m (10'1" x 8'0")

10’1 "


1.70 x 2.79 (5'6" x 9'1")

5’6 "

Kitchen / Diner

4.95 x 2.17m (16'2" x 7'1")

16’2 "


1.81 x 2.61m (5'11" x 8'6")

5’9 "


3.11. x 3.39m (10'2". x 11'1")

10’2 "


2.32 x 2.48m (7'7" x 8'1")

7’6 "


5.00 x 4.47m (16'4" x 14'7" )

16’4 "

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...

"I enjoy the outdoors as well as the hustle and bustle of the city, so Chingford is the perfect spot for me. With Epping Forest on the doorstep, cycling, hiking and exploring are only a hop away. And the amazing transport links can take you into the city in less than half hour. Being able to alternate between Chingford Mount and North Chingford for a pub, restaurant, café or a takeaway means I’m spoilt for choice. I particularly enjoy meeting friends, family and colleagues in The Rusty Bike to grab some Thai food, choose from a large selection of beers or catch a game of football. Weekends are reserved for the Kings Head. The beer garden is perfect for basking in the sun during the summer. In the colder months you can warm up inside with a great roast dinner. Travelling between appointments is a joy. The sense of community is strong and friendly, and you’re often wished good morning or afternoon as you walk by. The diversity of the locals is what makes Chingford great — there are loads of international takeaway restaurants and supermarkets, where I’m constantly discovering new tastes and flavours. Chingford has something to offer for almost every buyer. From stunning period properties overlooking golf courses or Epping Forest. To brand-new builds perfect for getting on to the property ladder for first time buyers. Did I mention that it’s more affordable than most of London?" WILL TURNER ASSISTANT BRANCH MANAGER

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:

Hampton Road, Chingford — Stow Brothers

Chingford has flourished more quickly than people have caught on in recent years, making it something of a well kept secret for locals (it wasn’t us who told you). Full of village charm but only 26 minutes from central London, it’s easy to see the appeal. 

With sprawling parks in the centre and the 6,000-acre Epping Forest lining the northern boundary, there’s more open space than you can shake a native hornbeam stick at, no wonder that Chingford has spawned two England football captains in recent decades. 

For those looking to refuel after burning off all that energy in nature, there’s a thriving food and drink scene, although let’s be clear that the area’s admired status pre-dates the macchiato. Local historical landmark the Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge was built for Henry VIII way back in 1543.

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Hampton Road, Chingford — Stow Brothers
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