Sold £350,000 Guide Price - First Floor Maisonette
Offered Chain free and with vacant possession is this two bedroom first floor maisonette situated off the vibrant Lea Bridge Road.
Arranged over approx 790 sq ft, the property consists of its own front door, entrance hallway with stairs leading to the first floor, first floor landing, two bedrooms, spacious lounge room, fitted kitchen, utility area with loft access, bathroom and stairs leading down to the rear garden.
Offered with a long lease, this welcoming home boasts features including a modern fitted kitchen with under floor heating, modern bathroom, high ceilings and original fireplaces.
A word from the owner…….
“This was my first home for 25 years but the time has come to pass the baton to another person, couple or family due to an increase in my family size. The flat benefits from a whole range of amenities including an Aldi Supermarket, Jubilee Park and Lea Bridge Train Station, Restaurants, a pub, various Coffee Houses, all within a five minute walk. There are also good nurseries and schools within 1 mile radius. A 10 minute bus ride away there is Westfields Shopping Mall which has all the most popular high street brands and lots of restaurants and bars. In addition to this there is the largest street market in Europe in Walthamstow five minute car journey away. The street is permit holders only and I have always managed to find a space close to the flat to park. Working in the city I have found the location particularly useful as there are direct buses and train routes into the City of London and to the West End for socialising.”
- Ground Rent: £125 Per Annum
- Lease: 137 Year Lease (189 years dated from 25th December 1971)
- Local Authority: Waltham Forest Council
- Council Tax Band B
These particulars have been prepared under instruction from the seller and are intended as a general guide. All measurements are approximate and Abidins have not carried out any form of survey and have not tested any of the equipment, appliances or services mentioned. Photographs have been taken using a wide angled lens and are for general information; it cannot be inferred items shown are included in the sale. Prospective buyers must conduct their own enquiries and seek advice through their appointed legal representative and surveyor.