LOVINGLY REFURBISHED THREE BEDROOM VICTORIAN FAMILY HOME CLOSE TO FOREST GATE & UPTON PARK STATIONS:
Lovingly refurbished to an exacting standard is this extended three double bedroom Victorian family residence with a bright double reception room and wonderful Hacker kitchen/diner offering ample dining space leading to the rear garden. There is also a useful cellar space and a ground floor wc which is fresh and contemporary . Three bright tastefully decorated, double bedrooms can be found to the first floor along with a beautifully fitted family bathroom which benefits from underfloor heating. The property has potential to be further extended into the loft space subject to planning permission.
The property also benefits from recently being fully rendered and plastered, replumbed with copper pipework, also having had a new boiler installed with a smart thermostat, new cartridge water system, brand new flooring benefitting from a 10 year guarantee and kammerling double glazing.
The property is conveniently situated just off Upton lane so very close to both Forest Gate and Upton Park Stations and surrounded by an abundance of retail outlets, restaurants and other local amenities. Stratford is also within easy access with its array of shopping and leisure facilities.
This property offers generous accommodation and would make a beautiful family home situated in arguably the most convenient part of Forest Gate.
Stratford Area Guide
Shopping locally is focused around Westfield, one of the largest shopping malls in Europe with around 300 stores, as well as restaurants, a multi-screen cinema, cafés and bars. The Stratford Centre on Broadway is also home to a variety of well-known and independent retailers, and a daily market. Both are around a mile from the development. Central London, with the designer boutiques of Bond Street and Regent Street, as well as iconic department stores, such as Harrods and Selfridges, is around 30 minutes away by DLR and London Underground.
Stratford has continued to grow in popularity since it hosted the 2012 Olympics. The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and its facilities the London Aquatics Centre, the Lea Valley VeloPark, the London Stadium, the Copper Box Arena (gym and sports hall), and the Lea Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre are all popular sports venues. In addition to the Olympic park, residents are just a 20-minute walk from one of London's oldest public spaces, Victoria Park. The area has also seen an increase in entertainment and leisure destinations, with independent bars, cafés and restaurants throughout the area, as well as popular cultural venues, such as the Theatre Royal Stratford East, Roof East a cinema on top of a multi-storey car park and Stratford Circus Arts Centre.
Well-regarded schools near the development include Carpenters Primary School and Old Palace Primary School for young children and East London Science School and Bow School for secondary-age pupils. Post-16 education providers include Newham College, two miles from Legacy Wharf and Tower Hamlets College, around three miles away. The University of East London also has a campus on Water Lane, a 10-minute drive away.
For professionals working in the capital, public transport links are excellent with national rail, Docklands Light Railway and London Underground services within walking distance of these new homes in Stratford, as well as a network of local bus routes into central London. Major roads easily accessible from Legacy Wharf include the A11, the A12 and the A13, while for domestic and international air travel, City Airport is five miles away via the A12. Crossrail services through central London are also due to stop at Stratford Station from late 2019.