Sewardstone Road , E4 7QA

OIEO £650,000

Sewardstone Road Chingford , E4 7QA

OIEO £650,000

4 Bedroom

2 Bath

Unfolding across three floors, this bright and spacious four-bedroom 1930s mid-terrace home sits in a fantastic spot with open views of rolling greenery. Despite the peaceful location, Chingford station is just 1.5 miles away, where frequent trains run to London Liverpool Street in around 26 minutes.

There’s potential to extend the 1377 square foot home further, but existing highlights include the open plan kitchen/diner, loft conversion, ample storage and toilet on each floor, while outside there’s off-street parking and spacious garden at the rear. It’s being sold chain-free, too.


Prepare to be impressed as you walk across your private driveway, beyond your porch and into your sizeable hallway. Beyond, you’ll find a balanced and well-proportioned home full of considered features that perfectly blend old and new. The immaculate decor is given extra touch of brilliance courtesy of the natural light that floods through the generous windows throughout.

You’ll love relaxing in your front reception room, but the kitchen/diner will be the heart of your home, with enough space for a full-size dining table. The white units contrast beautifully with the warm timber flooring, tthe fittings - such as the butler basin - are just as stylish, while the integrated appliances are hi-spec. The downstairs WC will be particularly handy when you’re spending time here. It’s all bursting with natural light thanks to the large windows and rear door which look out to your sun trap garden.

Head upstairs and you’ll find four smartly decorated bedrooms spread across the first and second floor, as well as a first floor bathroom and loft ensuite. Both bathrooms have been stylishly designed and you’ll particularly enjoy choosing between the tub or walk-in shower.

Stroll a few minutes beyond your driveway and you’ll find yourself at the doorstep of the 6,000-acre Epping Forest, as well as the peaceful waterways around the Lea Valley reservoir. If all this sprawling nature gets too much, drive less than ten minutes in the offer direction, and you can experience the joy of advance technology at state-of-the-art cinema Odeon Luxe Lee Valley.

You’re only a short distance from Chingford’s lively food and drink scene, too. You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to Thai food, with the Rusty Bike pub and Patpong Thai both serving up fantastic food with authentic flavour. Wilsons fish and chips, which has been keeping customer happy for almost a hundred years, is another great option for takeout, as is iconic institution Robins Pie & Mash. Luckily you’ll have plenty of time to explore, as this really is a home to lay down roots.


- Parents will be pleased to know that there are plenty of great primary and secondary schools in the area.
- Not only do you have off-street parking, but you can reach the M25 in around ten minutes. As mentioned Chingford station is 1.5 miles away. From there you can nip to Liverpool Street on the overground in around 26 minutes, or change three stops down the line at Walthamstow for the speedy Victoria line.
- As well as having the sprawling Epping Forest on your doorstep, you’ve also got some incredible outdoor pursuits around the River Lee’s reservoirs, including Lee Valley Athletics, Lee Valley Golf Course and the London Watersport Company.


  • Four Bedroom House
  • 1930's Mid Terrace
  • Private Rear Garden
  • Off Street Parking
  • Ground Floor WC
  • Being Sold Chain Free
  • Open Plan Kitchen/Diner
  • Converted Loft
  • Potential to Extend (STPP)

3.63 x 4.08 (11'10" x 13'4")

11’9 "

Kitchen / Diner

5.45 x 4.56 (17'10" x 14'11")

17’9 "


3.63 x 4.08 (11'10" x 13'4")

11’9 "


1.80 x 3.26 (5'10" x 10'8")

5’9 "


3.31 x 4.50 (10'10" x 14'9")

10’9 "


2.12 x 3.50 (6'11" x 11'5")

7 "


3.15 x 5.21 (10'4" x 17'1")

10’3 "


2.18 x 2.65 (7'1" x 8'8")

7’2 "

Eaves Storage
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. The perfect evening spot for dog walking is Yates Meadow, where you can see across the city vista for miles. The tranquillity of the hills with the high-rise buildings in the distance creates a juxtaposition that feels really special." WILL TURNER ASSISTANT BRANCH MANAGER

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:

Sewardstone 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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Sewardstone Road, Chingford — Stow Brothers
Sewardstone Road, Chingford — Stow Brothers

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