Lea Bridge Road , E10 7LD

OIEO £425,000

Lea Bridge Road Leyton , E10 7LD

OIEO £425,000

2 Bedroom s

1 Bath

Situated a short stroll from the sprawling green space of Jubilee Park, this two-bedroom, first floor Warner flat has been stylishly updated with the perfect balance of vintage charm and modern convenience. Not only is it immaculately decorated, but it has its own sizeable garden at the rear.

Lea Bridge Station is a seven minute walk away - and bus routes are plentiful, meaning you’ve got easy access to Walthamstow, Leyton, Clapton and Central London beyond, but the local neighbourhood is worth sticking around for too - there’s flourishing food and drink scene right on your doorstep.


You’ll gain instant pride from living somewhere with such an iconic design. Developed by Walthamstow’s first mayor, Sir Thomas Courtenay Warner at the turn of the last century, these properties have been getting increasingly popular. Your front reception room has been lovingly preserved, with features such as the column radiator and exposed brick chimney breast and fireplace alcove, all bathed in light from the generous windows. Both bedrooms are double, with smart decor and neutral carpeting. The kitchen is sleek and modern, benefitting from glossy white units, a striking yellow splash back and integrated appliances, but with a touch of retro style. The bathroom is just as eye-pleasing, with floor to ceiling metro brick tiles in a deep blue, and features such as the rustic-style bottle trap basin and over-tub shower.

Outside, you’ll find your own private sun-trap garden. It’s a peaceful spot, but you don’t have to travel far to find more nature; as well as having Jubilee Park a few minutes away, you’ve also got the Hackney Marshes and Lee Valley Park within strolling distance. In addition to having the convenience of big chains such as Aldi nearby, the area has become a thriving hot spot for independents. Look out for eco-refill store-cum-coffee shop Cups & Jars, Italian deli with a Japanese influence Pinch la Deli, eclectic event space/bar/pizzeria Patchworks and Italian ice cream shop Gelateria Romeo & Giulietta, as well as hidden gems such as Adam’s Naan and Saffron Kitchen.


- The Lee Valley Riding Centre is 14 minute walk away, and runs all sorts of courses for pony-loving amateurs and experts alike.
- The Princess of Wales pub is known across the capital thanks to its lovely canal-side terrace and al fresco dining area - and it’s only a 20 minute walk from your front door.
- Whizz 20 mins up Markhouse Road and you’ll find the dynamic social hub CRATE St James, buzzing with creative ventures, from independent eateries and florists to yoga studios and boutiques.


  • Two Bedrooms
  • First Floor
  • Beautifully Presented
  • Garden
  • Moments Away from Clapton
  • Ex Warner Maisonette
Reception Room

5.22 x 3.14 (17'1" x 10'3")

17’1 "


3.29 x 3.16 (10'9" x 10'4")

10’8 "


2.43 x 2.43 (7'11" x 7'11")

8 "


2.37 x 2.36 (7'9" x 7'8")

7’8 "


3.40 x 3.31 (11'1" x 10'10")

11’2 "


10.00 (32'9")

32’8 "

Energy Performance Certificate

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a word from the owner...

"We have loved living in this flat and raising our two children here. The light at the back of the house is there from morning 'til late afternoon and gives the flat a lovely warm feel. The tree out the front of the house brings us a lot of joy and fills the three windows in the living room with lush foliage from spring through to autumn. The living room is a great size with ample throwing room for a projector! The bathroom is big and we have created a utility area and installed a floor to ceiling cupboard. We moved the boiler and the washing machine from the kitchen to the bathroom, freeing up more space in the kitchen. Again, floor to ceiling drawers and cupboards make the most of the space in the kitchen. We have installed a desk above the stairs creating a separate 'office' area and installed a breakfast bar in the hallway, making the kitchen a more sociable space. The neighbourhood has so much to offer and we're hoping not to move too far away ourselves! We have plenty of shops for groceries and with Aldi over the road the weekly shop has never been easier. We have independent shops and cafes newly opened such as Pinch la Deli (Italian/Japanese deli), BB Cafe, Bodrum, Romeo & Giulietta (gelato), Cups and Jars (local zero waste shop and deli), Patchworks and the local and newly renovated library. Jubilee Park, the marshes and canal are all just a short walk away. Patchworks, the library and other local cafes all provide suitable spaces for working too. The flat is SUPER WELL connected. The bus stop is just outside the front door with buses to Walthamstow and Hackney/Central London. Lea Bridge Road station is seven minutes walk with trains to Stratford and Tottenham Hale - both five minutes down the line. The flat is between Walthamstow and Leyton tubes. Cycle paths run from the front door all over the borough and into Hackney. We're sad to be leaving but looking forward to someone else being able to love living here."

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:

Lea Bridge Road, Leyton — Stow Brothers

Assured locals barely bat an eyelid when the national press dub Leyton one of ‘best places to live’ in London – it’s been a regular feature since the 2012 London Olympics regeneration, but the area’s constant evolution means even frequent visitors can get taken aback by just how much it has going on. 

With the lively cafes on Francis Road, the bustling High Road, the family-friendly footie action and easy access to the Olympic Park, Leyton can often feel like a city within a city. What’s more, these various layers work together to create a balanced community that comes free of any pretension, so even newbies can find themselves having a natter with the locals while they explore Leyton’s latest delights. It’s an easy reach too, with the Central line connecting Leyton with the city to the west, and leafy Essex to the east.

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Lea Bridge Road, Leyton — Stow Brothers
Lea Bridge Road, Leyton — Stow Brothers

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Transport links

There’s no ‘late’ in Leyton thanks to the excellent transport links. Leyton tube is on the Central line with direct trains into the City and Central London, while Leyton Midland Road is handily placed on the Overground line, as is the new-ish Lea Bridge station.

Great Pubs

Whether you want a quiet pint in the sunshine or a night of banging tunes, Leyton has you covered for pubs. With The Leyton Star, The Coach & Horses, William the Fourth, locals and visitors are spoilt for choice.

Plenty of period property

Leyton’s amenities might be largely new additions, but a lot of the property is gloriously old. Victorian and Edwardian houses are plentiful - including budget-friendly ‘doer-uppers’, and the wide tree-lined streets add further appeal.

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