Studley Road , E7 9LU

OIEO £550,000

Studley Road Forest Gate , E7 9LU

OIEO £550,000

3 Bedroom s

2 Bath s

A perfectly pristine three bedroom, three storey terraced family home, with a rear garden and cellar, in Forest Gate. A fine blank canvas in pole position for amenities, superlative transport connections and a bounty of natural retreats.

The property is offered chain free, and you also have existing planning permission for a rear ground floor extension and first floor bathroom, making this a home that can grow with you over the years.


You'll be unleashing all your interior design ideas upon your sleek 235 square foot open plan lounge/diner. A bay window sits to the fore framing a lush leafy street view, ash effect timber flooring flows throughout the space and a constellation of recessed spotlights illuminate the dining area. Next door is your kitchen - home to a chic, glossy grey suite of cabinets, integrated appliances and garden access.

Step through the door here for a sun deck flanked by high fences for privacy, leading down to a lawn and colourful beds. Back inside and there's an impeccable bathroom off the hallway, plus access to your 140 square foot cellar - a versatile space with scope for further development. Head upstairs to the first floor and you'll find two immaculate double bedrooms with grey carpet and crisp white walls. Lastly, up on the second storey is your 110 square foot loft bedroom with a skylight, rooftop views and an en suite shower room.

The property is just a half mile on foot to Forest Gate station, where the Elizabeth line will whisk you directly to Liverpool Street in thirteen minutes or Tottenham Court Road in eighteen, putting both the City and the West End less than half an hour away door to door. It's also an easy shuttle to Heathrow Airport if you're heading for sunnier climes. A three minute stroll further will bring you to Wanstead Park overground station, ideal for heading to Barking Riverside to jump on the RB1 ferry. Finally, Upton Park station is just fifteen minutes on foot for the District and Hammersmith & City line and you have a choice of buses departing from just around the corner and heading to Stratford


- Parents will be pleased to find an incredible twelve Ofsted rated 'Outstanding' schools all in a one mile radius. There are also a further twenty three just as close rated 'Good'.
- West Ham Park (the site of the first ever FA Cup goal) is a ten minute walk from your front door and home to cafes, courts and playgrounds. Perfect for a serene stroll, a speedy cycle on an array of dedicated bike trails, or a treat from Snack Shack followed by a wander around the ornamental garden.
- There's more epic green space northwards in the shape of Wanstead Flats. A seventeen minute stroll will bring you to the crystal waters of Bandstand Pond. From here it's easy to explore the esoteric charms of Winchelsea Arches. Or if you're in the mood for a splendid brunch head to Bloom Cafe, just two minutes on foot and home to everything from a delicious Full English to Eggs Benedict.


  • Three Bedroom Freehold House
  • Converted Loft With En-Suite
  • Large Through Reception
  • Kitchen Leading to the Private Garden
  • Large Cellar Space
  • Close to Forest Gate Station
  • A Short Walk To Wanstead Flats
  • A Short Walk To West Ham Park
  • Planning permission for Ground and First Floor Extension
  • Chain Free

3.79 x 3.41 (12'5" x 11'2")

12’4 "

Reception Room

7.19 x 2.98 (23'7" x 9'9")

23’6 "


2.38 x 2.23 (7'9" x 7'3")

7’8 "


4.04 x 3.54 (13'3" x 11'7")

13’3 "


3.00 x 2.44 (9'10" x 8'0")

9’8 "


4.52 x 2.43 (14'9" x 7'11")

14’8 "


5.00 (16'4")

16’4 "

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 has been my family home since birth. I've grown up in Forest Gate. Unlike most of the other houses on this street and in the area, this house has a cellar, part of this used to be a bomb shelter during the world war. That always fascinated me whilst growing up and has been a great conversation starter. The garden was always a happy place, having family barbecues and sitting outside and dining under the setting sun in summer was bliss. This has always been a happy home and it would be nice for someone else to enjoy the space and make new memories of their own and with their loved ones. Forest gate has a thriving community with a range of shops and plenty of amenities to cater for all. The coffee shops and restaurants under the railway arches have been my favourite as well as spending time at the weekend market on Woodgrange road. West ham park is really close by and was great to visit as a child and teenager. More than anything else, I really appreciated having Wanstead flats at my doorstep. At only a short walk away, it was a nice escape from the hustle and bustle of the city whilst still being in the city. Easy access to the Elizabeth line, overground, District and Hammersmith and City line meant that it was very easy to get around London and always have multiple travel routes, very well connected. Being able to get to Liverpool st within 15-20 minutes has always been a huge benefit and now even travelling to Heathrow is within an hour making it really handy."

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:
Forest Gate

Studley Road, Forest Gate — Stow Brothers

If you’ve already heard Chiwetel Ejiofor or Idris Elba proudly discussing their hometown, you probably don’t need us to convince you of Forest Gate’s merits, but for those who haven’t, let us catch you up…

With a heritage rooted in culture, it’s not surprising that Forest Gate has a strong creative community today. During just one week in the 60s, the Upper Cut Club music venue there hosted – deep breath – The Who, the Animals, the Spencer Davis Group, Geno Washington and Jimi Hendrix. These days you’re more likely to find the area’s artistic-types supping drinks in the cool cafes and bars. Along with the period property and proximity to green space, this independent scene has been the main draw for new arrivals to the area, although the fact that Forest Gate is now on the Crossrail’s Elizabeth line has definitely helped nudge people in the right direction.

Area Guide
Studley Road, Forest Gate — Stow Brothers
Studley Road, Forest Gate — Stow Brothers

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Transport links

With trains running every ten minutes, the Overground can get you to Liverpool Street in 13 minutes. In the south, Plaistow is on the District and Hammersmith & City tube lines, and the Crossrail will get you to Tottenham Court Road in just 17 minutes.

Great Pubs

Wine bars, gastro pubs, microbrews, traditional boozers… With so many drinking establishments in Forest Gate, taking ‘a trip to the local’ can be a tricky decision. The CiderHouse, The Holly Tree and Forest Gate Tavern are just a few of the places to choose between.

Plenty of period property

Forest Gate has an abundance of Victorian housing, ranging from terraces in the area dubbed ‘Forest Gate Village’ to semis and detached in the Woodgrange Estate conservation area. Whether you’re after a doer-upper or recently renovated period property, there should be something for your budget.

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