The Ridgeway , E4 6QU

£2,000 pcm

The Ridgeway Chingford , E4 6QU

£2,000 pcm

5 Bedroom

2 Bath

A fantastically flexible, five/six bedroom terraced house, well-presented over three floors, this recently refurbished property offers an impressive two main bathrooms, two WCs, a spacious, versatile garage, and a lush South-facing garden to boot.

Located on a quiet, sought-after residential street, near Epping Forest, this home is flexible enough for all manner of living arrangements and is close to great transport, leisure and shopping options to appeal to busy urbanites and nature lovers alike.


You'll be delighted by the sheer space and room options at your fingertips, with all six bedrooms offering ample space for storage. Your ground floor maximises versatility - the first of your WCs is handily located here, a winner for busy mornings. Your kitchen is brought to life by a smart harlequin patterned floor. Big enough to seat a horde of hungry family and friends, there are doors leading to your sun-trap of a garden where tables for entertaining can sit comfortably on your long lawn, secluded by timber fencing.

On your first floor you have three good-sized double bedrooms, with a mix of sash windows and panes with characterful leaded detail. The first of your two bathrooms is a practical, low-fuss affair. A white panelled, full-length tub comes complete with a chrome shower head for speedy morning starts. More ash-style flooring throughout gives coherence. On your top floor, you'll find a further three good-sized bedrooms with elegant sloping ceilings and more gorgeous Tudor-style glazing. Built in storage has been thoughtfully designed to the max in your second bathroom, so you've space to stretch out for quality R&R.

You're close to Station Road, a bustling stretch for all your shopping needs, and Breeze, a Turkish food nirvana for mouthwatering mezzes. Vast, wild greenery is just a stone's throw away, as is Butler's Retreat, a Grade II listed building thought to have been built in the early nineteenth century. It's home to The Larder, offering organic milk from a local dairy and cheese from Neal's Yard, not to mention breathtaking views over Chingford Plain. Lea Valley Leisure Centre is a thirteen minute cycle ride via a scenic route between two tranquil reservoirs, so you'll never be short of activities.


- Chingford station is a twenty-minute walk, and the Overground whisks you to Liverpool Street in twenty-seven. For drivers, you'll find an effortless commute via the North Circular, a mere fifteen minutes away.
- Did you know you're close to a city zoo? The charming haven of Get to Know Animals, just nine minutes your door, is home to 400 furry and feathered friends.
- Parents will be pleased to know you have a choice of seven 'Good' and 'Outstanding' primary and secondary school within a mile.


  • Large Property
  • Premier Road
  • Unfurnished Home
  • Renovated Property
  • Private Garden
  • Two Main Bathrooms
  • Two W/C's
  • Council Tax band E
Kitchen / Diner

5.32 x 3.70 (17'5" x 12'1")

17’5 "


4.62 x 2.78 (15'1" x 9'1")

15’2 "


3.24 x 2.42 (10'7" x 7'11")

10’6 "


4.68 x 2.75 (15'4" x 9'0")

15’4 "


3.64 x 2.75 (11'11" x 9'0")

11’9 "


2.98 x 2.40 (9'9" x 7'10" )

9’8 "


4.39 x 2.75 (14'4" x 9'0")

14’4 "


3.73 x 2.75 (12'2" x 9'0")

12’2 "


2.56 x 2.40 (8'4" x 7'10")

8’4 "

Energy Performance Certificate

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


Stow Residential Limited endeavour to maintain accurate depictions of properties in Virtual Tours, Floor Plans and descriptions, however, these are intended only as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection.

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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. Chingford has something to offer for almost every buyer. From stunning period properties overlooking golf courses or Epping Forest. To brand-new builds perfect for getting on to the property ladder for first time buyers. Did I mention that it’s more affordable than most of London? WILL TURNER ASSISTANT BRANCH MANAGER

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:

The Ridgeway, 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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