Lyndhurst Drive , E10 6JB

OIEO £425,000

Lyndhurst Drive Leyton , E10 6JB

OIEO £425,000

2 Bedroom

1 Bath

Situated on the first floor, this bright and cheery two-bedroom apartment comes in at 750 square foot, with an immaculate finish throughout.

Despite being situated in one of E10’s most buzzing areas, surrounded by top quality bars, eateries and stores, the property is tucked in a residential nook with plenty of greenery nearby, including Hollow Ponds. Leyton Midland Road station is just five minutes on foot for the Overground, while Leytonstone tube is less than a mile away for the Central line.


Spread out over the first floor of this period conversion, you’ve got 750 square foot of immaculate space to make your own. The decor is spotless, and you’ll love how the contemporary updates sit alongside the original features.

Your front reception room has been beautifully preserved, with gorgeous flooring and a striking fire surround, all bathed in light from the generously-sized bay windows.

Both bedrooms are solid doubles, with the smart layout meaning that not an inch of space is wasted - and either bedroom can be used as a second reception or home office if preferred.

The kitchen is characterful but also modern, with generous units and smart tiling. This theme is continued in the bathroom, where you’ll find an over-tub shower.

About half a mile south of your home, you’ll find the part-pedestrianised Francis Road, which is now recognised across the capital as a hub thanks to its eclectic mix of eateries and stores. Not sure where to start? Just ask one of the friendly locals, who’ll most likely point you in the direction of something like wine bar Yardarm, Korean eatery Zaxx or independent book store Phlox. Even closer to home, around the Leyton Midland Road arches, you’ve got some brilliant new choices, including the much lauded smokehouse Burnt (‘dreamy’ according to the Guardian), as well as Gravity Well Taproom.

Hop on a bus for a few stops and you’ll in find yourself in the iconic Olympic Park, and just beyond that, Westfield Stratford, which won’t need an introduction. Nearby there’s also East Bank, a unique collaboration between world-leading universities, arts and culture institutions, including Sadler’s Wells, BBC and the V&A.

Walthamstow is also easily accessible thanks to convenient bus routes.


- You won’t ever be stuck for essential items thanks to the great selection of convenience stores on Leyton High Road. Tesco Superstore is a short walk away.
- You’ve got a choice of great local pubs nearby, including the buzzing William The Fourth on the Leyton High Road (12 mins) and the charming Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel on the edge of Hollow Ponds (16 mins).
-If getting or staying fit is on the agenda, you’ll be pleased to know that Leyton Leisure Centre is a very short stroll (so you won’t get much exercise getting there).


  • First Floor Flat
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Share of Freehold
  • Immaculately Presented
  • 750sq ft

5.22 x 4.75 (17'1" x 15'7")

17’1 "


3.43 x 3.73 (11'3" x 12'2")

11’3 "


2.06 x 1.76 (6'9" x 5'9")

6’8 "


2.10 x 2.08 (6'10" x 6'9")

6’9 "


3.24 x 3.29 (10'7" x 10'9")

10’6 "

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...

"This flat has extensive access to public transport. The stops for routes 69, 97, W5, W19 and W16 are just a few minutes walking distance, as is Leyton Midland Road, a stop on the Barking to Gospel Oak Overground. Leytonstone, Leyton and Walthamstow Central stations are a short bus ride away. For drivers the M25, the A406 and the A12 can be accessed within a few minutes drive. For health care: the nearest GP surgery is just a few doors away and Whipps Cross Hospital with an A&E Department is about 10 minutes walk. For shopping centres there are two very different options: the bustle of Walthamstow market and the Westfield Centre in Stratford and any number of traders in between. Leisure is also well catered for: open walks around Hollow Ponds and of course Abbotts Park. This quite small space has tennis courts, well maintained children's play areas, an open air gym, facility for table tennis and even sunbathing. Swimming and various classes at the Leyton Leisure Lagoon can be reached within 10 minutes walk. Last but not least: there is Leyton Orient Football Club, currently playing in League 1, maybe 13 minutes walk. It is a family friendly club and tickets are usually available. The club's history is fascinating. Harry Kane had a loan spell at Orient before he became really famous."

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:

Lyndhurst Drive, 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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Lyndhurst Drive, 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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