St. Annes Road, E11 4BP

OIEO £500,000

St. Annes Road Leytonstone, E11 4BP

OIEO £500,000

2 Bedrooms

1 Bath

This stylishly refurbished two-bedroom period conversion is bursting with original features, as well as being handily located in one of our favourite East London spots.

The vibrant Francis Road is a mere block a way, so you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to eateries, but with such a lovely setting at home, dining in will be just as appealing.

If you do need to venture further afield, Leytonstone tube station is 13 minutes on foot to get you into central London via the Central line.

IF YOU LIVED HERE

You’ll be instantly won over by the way the home balances period elegance with contemporary touches, resulting in both ease and beauty.

In the kitchen, shaker-style cabinets, metro brick tiles and an integrated hob set a tasteful tone, while the bathroom is a dazzling affair with a beautiful walk-in shower. This is just one example of how the home’s many alcove spaces have been utilised in ways that are practical, intriguing and eye-pleasing. In the reception room, you’ll find another one of these with with the custom-made storage cupboard.

Cast your gaze upwards from the fireplace features and you’ll catch sight of the beautiful original Victorian cornices. The bay window in the front double bedroom is yet another original feature that gives the home its wonderful sense of character. To the rear of that, you’ll find an equally well-proportioned second double bedroom, which has the same style of elegant shutters and complementary soothing tones.

At the rear, you’ll be pleased to discover your own private garden complete with mature foliage and planters, while beyond the front porch, you're perfectly placed for all Leyton has to offer.

The part-pedestrianised Francis Road is now recognised across the capital as a hot hangout destination thanks to its eclectic and lively mix of amenities. Head in the other direction and you’ll reach the burgeoning scene of the Grove Green Road neighbourhood, where Filly Brook, Heathcote & Star and Arch Deli are sure to become your new faves.

WHAT ELSE?

-Leytonstone tube station is 13 minutes on foot to get you into central London via the Central Line. Or hop on to the Overground at Leyton Midland Road for the Gospel Oak to Barking line, a short 10 minute walk away.
-Take two stops on the tube or a hop on the bus for Stratford. You might know it for Westfield or even the Olympic Park, but it’s set to become home to one of world’s largest cultural districts, East Bank.
-You have a share of freehold with a 996 year lease, so plenty of peace of mind there.

Features

  • Two Bedroom Flat
  • Private Rear Garden
  • Stylish Kitchen
  • Stunning Shower Room
  • Share of Freehold with 996 Yr Lease
  • Council Tax Band B

Rooms

Bedroom

4.30m x 3.41m

14.1" x 11.2"

Bedroom

3.62m x 3.41m

11.9" x 11.2"

Reception room

3.58m x 3.27m

11.7" x 10.7"

Kitchen

3.41m x 1.89m

11.2" x 6.2"

Shower room

1.99m x 1.51m

6.5" x 5"

Garden

16m

52.5"

Energy Performance Certificate

View the Energy Efficiency Rating and Environmental Impact Rating for this property here.

Disclaimer

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a word from the expert...

"Leytonstone is a unique, eclectic area, with great gastro pubs like Leytonstone Tavern and The Red Lion to bistro cafés like The Wild Goose Bakery and Gray, along with the open green space of Wanstead Flats, a serene getaway from the hustle and bustle of urban life. The area is full of history, with interesting, beautiful Grade II listed buildings like St John’s Baptist Church (built in 1832) and Leytonstone House, the 18th-century home of Sir Edward Buxton, notable MP and conservationist. There’s also St Andrew’s Church, built in 1886–1893 as a memorial to local philanthropist William Cotton. Leytonstone Library is a great place to visit if you’re feeling studious and Leytonstone Leisure centre is close by for the more actively minded. Wanstead Park, in the former grounds of Wanstead House, takes in walking trails, cycle paths and several ornamental lakes — a great place to relax, exercise and soak up some local history. With an array of buses and the Central line underground station close by, you can be in the City and surrounding areas within minutes." JOSEPH EARNSHAW E11 BRANCH MANAGER

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:
Leytonstone

St. Annes Road, Leytonstone — Stow Brothers

There’s more to Leytonstone than first meets the eye. Say the name to one person and they might think of the grand houses around Hollow Ponds, while say it to someone else and they’ll mention burgeoning South Leytonstone, or maybe the popular Bushwood. There are many different pockets, but they’re all united by the same inclusive community who recognise that it’s the balance of it all that makes Leytonstone so great.

The centre is arguably the high street with its eclectic shops and eateries, but you only have to venture slightly further away and you’ll come across hidden gems like bar Filly Brook on Grove Green Road, music venue Luna Lounge in Bushwood, or the The Hitchcock Hotel in Upper Leytonstone. Travel a little beyond and you’ll find further contrast with the vast green space that Hollow Ponds and the Wanstead Flats provide. Simply put, you’ll never get bored in Leytonstone.

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St. Annes Road, Leytonstone — Stow Brothers
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Transport links

Just two stops from Stratford, Leytonstoners can nip to the Kent coast with surprising ease, but Central London or the City on the tube might be more useful - the former takes about 25 mins and the latter 15 mins. Easy.

Great Pubs

Too many pubs to choose from… What a problem to have. With The Red Lion, Heathcote and Star, The Hitchcock Hotel, The North Star, Leytonstone Tavern, locals are spoilt for choice. Better bring your pub crawl A-game if you visit.

Plenty of period property

Despite all the urban bustle, Leytonstone has an abundance of wide, tree-lined streets brimming Victorian and Edwardian property, ranging from the grand homes in Upper Leytonstone, a stone’s throw from Hollow Ponds, to the many terraces of South Leytonstone, and the popular community of Bushwood with its active residents’ association.

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