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Chester Road, Wanstead, E11

  • 4 beds
End of terrace
Under offer/SSTC


  • 4 beds
End of terrace
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Positioned on the tree lined and popular Chester Road in central Wanstead, this period home is moments from Wanstead Central line station and Wanstead High Street (0.3 miles) with large, leafy parks and a range of independent shops, cafés and restaurants. There are a range of schools within walking distance, the closes of which is Wanstead High (0.1 Miles) Followed by Wanstead Church School (0.5 Miles), Our Lady Of Lourdes (0.8 Miles), Nightingale Primary School (1.1 Miles) and Snaresbrook Primary School (1.2 Miles).

From the landscaped, South facing rear garden to the expertly refurbished and extended interior, this home has been beautifully renovated and refurbished from tip-to-toe. Benefiting from re-wiring, a new boiler, 4 Meter rear extension and loft conversion there is a lot of space on offer as well as the added peace of mind that the utilities have been renewed – something not generally found in an older home.

Immediately upon entering the home the high-quality finish of the refurbishment is apparent. The porcelain, wood effect flooring effortlessly blends with an array of original features that have been carefully replaced or renewed, including the entrance door, carved , panelling and cornicing. Like all the rooms on offer, the large formal sitting room provides plenty of floor space to comfortably accommodate a good sized furniture suite, whilst also retaining beautiful features in addition to newly added plantation shutters and industrial style radiators.

As you move through to the rear of the property this is where the clever design and forethought of the sellers really comes into play. The favourable South facing aspect ensures natural light floods through the large skylights, side window and bi-fold doors throughout the year whilst, in the colder months, the triple glazed bi-fold doors work alongside the underfloor heating to provide a warm and comfortable room. An impressive open space, the area can be re-imagined in a number of ways through careful placement of furniture and currently offers a zone for dining, working from home and casual dining and socialising thanks to the large island and breakfast bar. The Schmidt fitted kitchen offers effortlessly sleek design alongside excellent storage solutions, with integrated Siemens appliances including steam and electric oven, induction hob, dishwasher and fridge/freezer and Quooker boiling hot water tap. The utility room is easily accessed and closed off by a hidden casement door and provides a further sink, larder storage and place to close off the noisier utility items such as washing machine and tumble dryer. There is also a handy W.C with striking feature wallpaper and access to a cellar from the ground floor.

To the first floor there are three double bedrooms, all of which retain original fireplaces, and a large family bathroom. The second floor has been converted to offer a wonderful principal suite with the main bedroom area offering plenty of floorspace and a Juliette balcony taking in unobscured views thanks to an exterior glass balustrade. A cleverly concealed dressing area lies behind the bed and further doors in this area provide access to a generous eaves storage area. The en-suite shower room has a distinctly industrial vibe with natural slate lining the walls and, like the family bathroom, benefits from under floor heating.

Externally the plot fans out to the rear providing a larger than average garden area. The simple but effective design of the garden provides seating and entertaining space immediately as you exit the house and to the rear pergola where the last of the evening sun falls. A sunken trampoline and play space in the opposite corner of the garden is perfect for the kids with large central lawn and side beds. A wide side access allows for the easy removal of garden waste, rubbish or bikes as well as additional space for storage.

EPC Rating: C72
Council Tax Band: E 

FORMAL RECEPTION 15' 0" x 14' 10" (4.57m x 4.52m)  

KITCHEN/FAMILY ROOM 23' 7" x 21' 8" (7.19m x 6.6m)  

BEDROOM ONE 19' 8" x 14' 9" (5.99m x 4.5m)  

BEDROOM TWO 14' 9" x 13' 3" (4.5m x 4.04m)  

BEDROOM THREE 13' 0" x 10' 1" (3.96m x 3.07m)  

BEDROOM FOUR 13' 3" x 9' 0" (4.04m x 2.74m)  

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