Primrose Road , E10 5ED

OIEO £650,000

Primrose Road Leyton , E10 5ED

OIEO £650,000

3 Bedroom s

1 Bath

A thoughtfully designed three-bedroom Victorian end-of-terrace with a light-filled kitchen/diner and multiple other highlights, including the garden studio, immaculate decor and stylish fittings.

It’s perfectly located for Leyton station and Francis Road's excellent array of independent cafes, shops and bars. There’s also plenty of open green spaces within easy reach, including Jubilee Park, Jack Cornwell Park and Hackney Marshes. Conveniently, it’s available chain-free, too.


You'll be relaxing in your huge lounge – dual aspect with beautiful parquet flooring underfoot, which contrasts wonderfully with the exposed brickwork, as well as eye-catching features such as the column radiators and charming fire surround.

The kitchen at the rear is brilliantly bright thanks to the generous sliding doors and sky lights. The sleek units provide storage space aplenty, while the integrated appliances will make hosting a pleasure. It’ll be particularly pleasing to dine in this space due the the lovely view of the garden, which has been thoughtfully landscaped with a lush lawn and smartly designed studio at the rear.

Back inside on the first floor, you’ll find three immaculate bedrooms, as well as a good-sized family-bathroom, which has stylish brass fitting, modern tiling and an over-tub shower.

Beyond that lovely vintage-style front door, you're handily-placed for the shops and amenities of Leyton High Road, which is less than a third of a mile on foot. For food and drink based-perks, Francis Road - a part-pedestrianised and increasingly sought-after neighbourhood - is a mere seven minute stroll away, with a brilliant array of dynamic shops, cafes and bars. Be sure to check out Marmelo Kitchen, Yardarm and the brilliant Northcote Arms pub.

- Parents will be pleased to know you have a choice of excellent primary/secondary schools in the area.
- Leyton Midland Road, for trains from Gospel Oak to Barking, is a quick eight minute stroll away, while Leyton Underground station is a seventeen minute walk (or a quick bus hop from High Road Leyton!) for West End and City access via the Central Line.
- Even if you’re not a follower of football, it’s worth checking out the nearby Leyton Orient. Currently in League One, the ‘O’s’ encourage people of all ages to come along to take in the sights and sounds of a game.


  • Three Bedroom House
  • Victorian End Of Terrace
  • Fully Refurbished
  • Garden Studio
  • Easy Access To Leyton Tube
  • Spacious Kitchen/Diner
  • Chain Free

3.16 x 6.61 (10'4" x 21'8")

10’4 "


3.63 x 5.71 (11'10" x 18'8")

11’9 "

Bedroom 1

4 x 2.89 (13'1" x 9'5")

13’1 "

Bedroom 2

2.4 x 2.27 (7'10" x 7'5")

7’9 "

Bedroom 3

2.36 x 3.23 (7'8" x 10'7")

7’7 "


2.4 x 1.39 (7'10" x 4'6")

7’9 "


13 (42'7")

42’7 "

Garden Studio

3.89 x 2.91 (12'9" x 9'6")

12’8 "

Energy Performance Certificate

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a word from the owner...

"We bought this house the day before the Olympics were announced. We’d fallen in love with the big open space downstairs, loft style staircase and bare wooden floors. In fact, we loved the feel of wood so much we extended it outdoors with two large decking areas one at each end of the garden. Weather allowing you can have sun or shade throughout the day – the choice is yours. Our cats love the decking too and that the garden backs onto tree filled gardens for their daily safaris. And we love that although we’re in the city, sitting in the garden feels more like relaxing in the country. They say property is all about location. If you work in the city then Leyton underground is 10 mins walk away. And for the walk home you’ve got the Star, Leyton Technical & newly refurbished Coach for a swift half or a burger. Fancy a walk? Jubilee park is 10 mins away and cross the footbridge and you’re into Hackney marshes and a lovely walk along the canal. Fancy a bike ride? The velodrome is 5 mins away or keep going through the Olympic park to Here East and enjoy a drink, something to eat and a vintage arcade game or two. Cross the canal and you’ll find Crate, Howling Hops and Grow. Not enough? Then keep going through Victoria park and you’re in Shoreditch, after 25 mins Spitalfields beckons. Since we moved here we’ve seen the local area transformed. We thought about moving years ago but stayed put because we love living here so much. But we’ve got motorbikes that need a warm and dry home to relax in during the week before their weekend adventures. If it wasn’t for them we’d be staying."

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:

Primrose 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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Primrose Road, Leyton — Stow Brothers
Primrose 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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