Clacton Road, Central Park
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 2 Reception Rooms
3 bedroom terraced house for sale
- Reference Number HF15402_15455310
- Agent Simon Taylor East & North London
- Agent Number 0203 101 2627
Guide price £500,000
About this property
GUIDE PRICE - £500,000 - £520,000.
An absolutely gorgeous, 3 BEDROOM period house situated on this desirable tree lined turning, in the famous Central Park area of East Ham.
Behind the restored brick facade and handsome 'fire engine red' front door, the bright and spacious accommodation comprises a through living room (into bay) with eco-wood burning fire, high ceilings, plantation shutters, high ceilings, exposed brick and a contemporary kitchen with plenty of worktops, oversized sink and direct access to the south facing rear garden.
To the first floor, is a stunning and larger than average family bathroom with bath and very desirable, additional separate shower cubicle. There's a generous landing and two bedrooms.
To the upper floor is the master bedroom with natural light streaming in from both the front and rear with it's own contemporary en-suite bathroom.
The house features double glazing plus it should be mentioned that the Vaillant gas combi boiler is barely 18 months old.
To the rear is a garden with the WOW FACTOR. It's south facing, very private and a real oasis of calm.
The Central Park area of East Ham is one of East London’s hidden gems. Attractive period houses, gardens, an awesome local park with playground and amazing cafe plus a number of highly regarded local schools that includes Brampton, New City, Roman Road, Vicarage Road Primary Schools and Brampton Manor Academy that famously sends more of it’s pupils to Oxbridge that Eton!
Central Park area of East Ham is one of East London’s hidden gems. The area is also well served by a number of local bus routes on the doorstep with East Ham Tube (District & Hammersmith & City Lines) nearby.
There’s great sourdough pizza on hand at the Red Lion Pub and the gorgeous Boleyn Tavern and Dining Room reopens this month following the refurbishment of the local, Grade 2 listed landmark.
With so much on offer combined with a real sense of community, it’s no wonder that this pocket of East London is proving so popular with locals and those from further afield.