Buckingham Road, Leyton

£400,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
GUIDE PRICE £400,000 - £425,000This well maintained and spacious two double bedroom property is in a fantastic location for local amenities and transport links. Situated just off Leyton High Road, it is just 0.3 miles from Leyton Underground station, and 0.7 miles from Leyton Midland station. Located on the fourth floor of a popular development, the property boasts enviable views over Coronation Gardens. The flat benefits from two good size double bedrooms (the master with fitted wardrobes, modern fitted en-suite, and juliet balcony), family size bathroom, ample storage, large open plan kitchen/living space, and a South-East facing private balcony. The flat also comes with the added bonus of a unique rear view out over the Matchroom Stadium, home of Leyton Orient FC - the vendors say it is quite the conversation starter!Being just off High Road Leyton and a short walk away from Francis Road you are able to take full advantage of the great amenities, shops, bars, restaurants and green areas which are on your door step. The vendors also love the ease of access to Stratford/Olympic park as they can be there within 10 minute walk.WHY OUR SELLERS LOVE THIS HOME.The reasons we chose this flat over all the others we looked at in the area were the amount of space and light it offered, and it's great location. With the football pitch behind and Coronation Gardens in front, you get great views and natural light throughout the flat (the balcony is a sun trap!), and are lucky enough not to be overlooked from either side. And come spring, it's an absolute joy to watch the trees in the park blossom. The two large hallway cupboards offer plenty of storage space, and the long, wide hallway gives the flat an incredibly spacious feel. Plus, with the secure bike parking on the ground floor, there's no need to have your bike(s) clogging up the hallway.Leyton tube station is just a 5 minute walk away, as are a whole host of great pubs (The Coach & Horses being our favourite), coffee shops, and restaurants. Francis Road is just a 6/7 minute walk, while if you head in the other direction you can be in the Olympic Park (and its myriad of bars and restaurants) in under 10 minutes on foot. The flat has been a welcome home for us, and was absolutely perfect as a first-time purchase. We will be very sad to leave it!If this is a property you can see yourself living in then please contact the sales team on 0208 539 1194 to book your open house slot (by appointment only)

Entrance

Entrance door to communal hallway, lift access to fourth floor leading to:

Private Entrance

Front door, leading to:

Hallway 26'3" x 4'6" extending to 11'3"

(8.00m x 1.37m extending to 3.43m) Two storage units, door to:

Lounge/Kitchen/Diner 17'9" x 17'7"

(5.41m x 5.36m) Comprising:

Lounge

Radiator, power points, double glazed sliding door to balcony leading to front

Kitchen

Radiator, power points, downlights, wall and base units, integrated units, under cupboard lighting

Bedroom One 18'5" x 8'9" (5.61m x 2.67m)

Double glazed front door to Juliet balcony, power points, radiator, door to:

En Suite

Shower cubicle, WC, wash hand basin, radiator, extractor fan

Bedroom Two 9'4" x 14'3" (2.84m x 4.34m)

Double glazed window to front, radiator, light and power points, space for chest of drawers and cupboards

Bathroom 7'1" x 5'5" (2.16m x 1.65m)

Bath with shower head, wash hand basin, WC, extractor fan, obscure double glazed window to rear

Parking Facilities

Parking base obscured by two bollards, remote controlled

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