Richmond Crescent , E4 9RT

OIEO £650,000

Richmond Crescent Highams Park , E4 9RT

OIEO £650,000

3 Bedroom s

1 Bath

A classically appointed three bedroom 1930s family terrace, brimming with vintage style throughout and featuring the generous proportions of the period. It's all ideally sat between Highams Park and its namesake overground station.

You have that substantial 1930s loft space still to explore, and plenty of potential to develop your new home further with a whole new storey, as some of your neighbours have done (subject to the usual permissions).


You'll have over 1300 square feet of living space to stretch out in, starting in your smartly appointed hallway, with original dado rails, and glossy original balustrades on the staircase. Your vast, open plan ground floor is on the right, almost forty feet deep with clear sight-lines from the leaded lounge bow window to the French doors in the kitchen/diner.

Elegant archways artfully segment the whole space and there's a wealth of vintage features scattered throughout, from the ornate period mantel over the exposed brick hearth at the front, to the patterned ceilings with original roses overhead. Your kitchen's separated from the lounge and diner by a beaten glass window and breakfast bar respectively, all decked out with cream cabinets and chunky countertops.

Upstairs and your principal bedroom's a glorious double of 175 square feet, full of natural light thanks to another bow window, with a wonderful wealth of floor to ceiling fitted storage. There are more fitted wardrobes in bedrooms two and three, continuing the classic aesthetic. Finally your family bathroom is a stately affair, glossily tiled from floor to ceiling and complete with a walk in rainfall shower cubicle.


- Highams Park overground station is just a half mile on foot for regular, direct twenty three minute runs to Liverpool Street. Alternatively ride two stops and five minutes to Walthamstow Central for a quick swap to the Victoria Line. The open rolling greenery of Highams Park itself is closer still, just six minutes walk away.
- Parents will be pleased to discover fifteen 'Outstanding' or 'Good' primary/secondary schools, all less than a mile away on foot.
- Your garden deserves a special mention. Epically lengthy at around 110 feet long and South West facing for year round sun, it's a mix of patio, pathways, lush lawn and beds.


  • Three Bedroom House
  • Mid Terrace 1930's
  • Approx 1303 Square Foot
  • Short Walk to Epping Forest
  • Circa 110 Foot South West Facing Garden
  • Potential To Extend (STPP)
  • Moments from Highams Park Station
  • Private Driveway
  • Quiet Residential Location

33m x 6m (108'3" x 19'8")

108’3 "

Reception Room

4.26m x 4.30m (13'11" x 14'1" )

14 "

Reception Room

3.78m x 3.83m (12'4" x 12'6" )

12’4 "

Kitchen/ Diner

5.80m x 6.45m (19'0" x 21'1" )

19 "


2.29m x 2.61m (7'6" x 8'6")

7’5 "


3.75m x 4.35m (12'3" x 14'3" )

12’3 "


3.94m x 3.68m (12'11" x 12'0" )

12’9 "


2.47m x 2.13m (8'1" x 6'11" )

8’1 "

Energy Performance Certificate

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a word from the expert....

"Around the corner from the office are The Stag and Lantern and Vinoramica, perfect spots for all your alcoholic needs. If you fancy a nice coffee pop in to Biba & Wren Coffee Shop. My favourite local walk to where I live is through Epping Forest from Highams Park to Chingford Plains, ending at The Butlers Retreat. If you fancy a bike ride The Lea Valley is expansive and offers plenty of different routes in and out of London. The area is the perfect halfway house, offering all the benefits of London but with the green space and community feel of a countryside village! I also love the variety of different architecture on offer throughout E4." JON VIDAL E4 BRANCH MANAGER

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:
Highams Park

Richmond Crescent, Highams Park — Stow Brothers

Not everyone in the capital has heard of Highams Park, and that’s only a good thing. Although it’s well connected to Central London on the Overground to Liverpool Street, it’s tucked out of sight enough to ensure that the picturesque woodland and coffee shops have a slightly exclusive feel. That’s not to say that the locals are a cliquey bunch though – far from it, they’ve been welcoming savvy families and individuals after a little more bang for their buck for years. 

All the extra space offered up from Epping Forest and Highams Park itself might be the main draw, but newcomers stay for the perks; the silver-lining of the secret slowly getting out is a vibrant and buzzing community which has created a lively food and drink scene.

Area Guide
Richmond Crescent, Highams Park — Stow Brothers
Richmond Crescent, Highams Park — Stow Brothers

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Family friendly

With an abundance of green space, great schools and a thriving community, it’s no wonder that so many families are moving to Highams Park. If all that nature gets boring (clue - it won’t), Central London is only a stone’s throw away.

Plenty of open green space

Highams Park is home to a vast amount of green space, including parts of Epping Forest and the woodland framed Highams Park, which houses a tranquil lake, flower meadow and fun-packed playground.

Great schools

Parents will be pleased to know that Highams Park has a choice of well-regarded schools in the area, including secondary Highams Park School and Handsworth Primary School.

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