The ancient thoroughfare of Romford Road is just five minutes’ walk away. Dating back to Roman times (and travelled by Boudica and Edward the Confessor), these days it’s a superb source of all kinds of amenities. All your day-to-day needs are right on your doorstep.
IF YOU LIVED HERE
You’ll be welcoming friends and family into your huge, 365 square foot kitchen/lounge. Dual aspect, every inch is naturally bright with floor to ceiling windows, one leading out to your decked balcony, ideal for morning coffee and contemplation. Back inside, blonde engineered hardwood flows underfoot.
This gives way to slate grey in the artfully segmented kitchen area, finished with a wealth of fitted cabinets and integrated appliances. There’s plenty of extra storage in here as well as the hallway; a welcome bonus in London apartment living. Both bedrooms are softly carpeted doubles, while your family bathroom’s handsome and spacious, with a shower over the tub.
Outside and, as noted, you have Little Ilford Park on your doorstep. The wide open green spaces and ornamental gardens are ideal for morning jogs or evening strolls, and there are playgrounds to keep kids diverted. Ilford overground station is a little over half a mile on foot, and recently connected to the new Elizabeth Line, opening up regular, speedy direct routes to the City, West End and central London.
– Fans of chips and putts will be pleased to find Ilford Golf Course just ten minutes’ walk away.
– Your development has residents parking and drivers can be on the North Circular in around five minutes.
– The property is presented chain free, so we can get you in with the minimum of hassle.
Bedroom – 3.60m x 3.11m (11’9″ x 10’2″ ) –
Bedroom – 4.75m x 2.60m (15’7″ x 8’6″) –
Kitchen/ Lounge/ Diner – 6.98m x 5.85m (22’10” x 19’2″ ) –
Balcony – 1.85m x 2.35m (6’0″ x 7’8″ ) –
Bathroom – 2.53m x 1.84m (8’3″ x 6’0″ ) –
A WORD FROM THE EXPERT…….
“Manor Park 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.