A Classic early Edwardian End of Terrace Family House, Combining Everything For Modern Day Living, With Characterful Past Features In A Great Location!
With the exterior appearance retaining its attractive original facade and decorative gable end, this 1906 constructed house now benefits from a carefully converted loft space, which seamlessly coalesces into the original structure! Entering into an inviting reception hall, the two door access to the open plan sitting room or dining area provides plenty of living space with Sash windows to the front bay and door to the garden at the rear! The lounge area centres on an attractive fireplace, with ornate over mantel and live wood burner stove. The well planned kitchen breakfast room is comprehensively fitted, bright and spacious, and provides further access to the rear Garden. On the first floor there are 3 sizeable bedrooms together with a family bathroom and a return staircase leads to a 2nd floor Master Bedroom with En-Suite. The property offers an enclosed rear garden with gated street access, and a wrought iron raised front plot. Access to good local schooling couldn’t be easier, and Highams Park Village is a minutes walk, including a mainline station serving Liverpool St. London, via Walthamstow Central and the Victoria line.
Overhang canopy with arched recess porch, approached from a wrought iron street gate, across a tiled path, leads to a panel enclosed door with feature leaded light stained glass inset and top light. Opening to:
Reception Hall (13′ 11″ x 5′ 04″ or 4.24m x 1.63m)
Archway divide, oft ceiling height, coving and panelled ceiling with rose, high skirting, dado rail, contemporary radiator, downlighters, stairs to first floor accommodation with cupboard beneath, strip wood panel doors to main living and dining room and leaded light stained glass door to kitchen breakfast room.
Sitting Dining Room (26′ 02″ x 11′ 02″ Max or 7.98m x 3.40m Max)
Open plan but if desired, can easily be separated once again.
Living Area (14′ 0″ x 11′ 02″ or 4.27m x 3.40m)
An attractive fireplace is the central feature, with hearth, ornate over mantel, arched brick and fireback with a wood burning stove. To either side are an arrangement of custom fitted base cabinets, having display/book shelving above. 9ft coved ceiling with centre rose, ceiling downlighters and to the front elevation Sash windows are full width to the bay with an encased radiator beneath. Open plan to:
Dining Area (12′ 0″ x 9′ 03″ or 3.66m x 2.82m)
Glazed small pane door to the rear elevation, opens on to the rear garden! The firebreast has fitted cabinets and shelving, encased radiator, ceiling downlighters
Kitchen Breakfast Room (20′ 11″ x 8′ 11″ or 6.38m x 2.72m)
Splendidly bright, having two Sash windows to the south west facing side elevation! Smart arrangement of fitted wall and base units in a contrasting light grey and white finish. Plenty of worktop space, plumbing and space for washing machine and dishwasher, part tiled surrounds, tiled flooring, understairs utility meter cupboard, Butler style sink, radiator, power points, ceiling coving and downlighters. Cupboard concealing Worcester gas boiler, which serves central heating and domestic hot water supply, part small pane glazed and panel door to the rear opens directly on to the patio decking.
First Floor Accommodation
Landing (17′ 02″ x 5′ 01″ or 5.23m x 1.55m)
Return staircase to the 2nd floor, stripped wood panel doors to each first floor room, dado rail, power points, high skirting, shelved storage cupboard, ceiling downlighters.
Bedroom 2 (13′ 09″ x 14′ 10″ or 4.19m x 4.52m)
A very generous size, formerly the Master Bedroom and having to the front elevation triple Sash Windows, each with fitted shutters, and with an encased radiator under. Range of floor to ceiling custom fitted wardrobes provide storage hanging space, whilst either side of the firebreast there is fitted display shelving and an additional base unit, power points, ceiling coving and downlighters.
Bedroom 3 (14′ 08″ x 8′ 11″ or 4.47m x 2.72m)
“The middle Bedroom”! Sash windows to the rear elevation, encased radiator under, high skirting, power points, fitted display shelving and shelved cupboard either side of the firebreast, ceiling coving and downlighters.
Bedroom 4 (12′ 01″ x 9′ 05″ or 3.68m x 2.87m)
Sash window to the rear elevation with an outlook over the rear garden, high skirting, power points, coved ceiling, contemporary radiator, floor to ceiling fitted wardrobes, range of ceiling downlighters.
Bathroom (7′ 06″ x 5′ 07″ or 2.29m x 1.70m)
A good size with Sash window to the side elevation, bath with tiled sides and surrounds, chrome mixer shower attachment, chrome radiator towel rail, wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, low flush wc, recess shelving, ceiling downlighters
2nd Floor Accommodation
Landing (7′ 10″ x 4′ 08″ or 2.39m x 1.42m)
Spacious and with a double glazed replacement window providing plenty of natural light and a ‘rooftops’ easterly aspect, return stairs rising from the first floor, dado rail, eaves storage cupboard, ceiling downlighters.
Master Bedroom (19′ 09″ x 9′ 0″ or 6.02m x 2.74m)
Includes areas of restricted ceiling height
Double glazed replacement window to the rear elevation with east facing views along Studley Avenue with the forest beyond, and to the front 2 Velux style windows allowing the light to stream in! Electric radiator, power points, eaves storage space, double panel door opens to:
En Suite (7′ 05″ x 4′ 08″ or 2.26m x 1.42m)
Well planned with a large corner sited enclosed shower cubicle, chrome fixed head and hand held attachments, wash hand basin with chrome mixer, low flush wc, part tiled surrounds, upright chrome radiator towel rail, wall and ceiling light, Velux style roof window.
An ‘Easy to Maintain’ south easterly aspect with the sun trailing to the side aspect as the day moves on! Raised decking provides a comfortable space for seating and alfresco dining whilst a Wisteria clad Pergola offers shade, with steps down to the enclosed lawn, after which is a further shingle stone terrace having timber storage sheds either side of a mature Silver Birch. There is, to the side, a gate to Studley Avenue and stone patio terrace leads back to the lounge dining room access.