||FOR SALE: 2 bedroom flat for sale
||Sq Metres: 50
|Near Train Station
| PROPERTY FEATURES
70 years unexpired lease with option to extend hence reduction. ONO
Two bedroom Victorian conversion flat
Leyton Tube Station-direct access to Central London and surrounds - 100yards
Stratford Shopping Centre, Westfield Shopping Centre (Europes' largest), Olympic Stadium and
Park, Leyton Mills Shopping Centre - close proximity
Rental income IRO £16200 p.a.
A well maintained, spacious, mid-terraced Victorian conversion two bedroom first floor flat, located a
moments walk from Leyton tube station which is on the Central Line.
This excellent investment has good links to the overground, DLR and buses. Westfield Shopping
Centre, Leyton Mills, the Olympic Arena, and Stratford Shopping
Centre are also within close proximity.
The bedrooms are located on the lower level floor with kitchen, bathroom and lounge on the upper
of the flat with lots of natural light and high ceilings. There is gas combi-boiler central heating and
double glazing throughout the flat. There are two fully insulated loft space.
Rental income is in the region on £16200 per annum. Council tax Band B
Gas Safety Certificate valid until Feb 2017
Boiler Service valid until August 2017
Main Entrance to building from main road
Via enclosed front garden leading to wooden door with single inset glass panel, into communal
hallway, electric wall mounted meter on carpeted ground floor, private letter receptacle, proceed via
second wooden door to carpeted staircase to first the
floor, wooden door leading into flat B entrance.....
Entrance into flat B on the ffirst floor
First Floor Lower Level leading to:-
Bedroom One (7' X 6'11") 2.13m X 2.11m
Two double glazed windows, one to side and one to rear aspects, double radiator, floor to wall carpet
Bedroom Two (10'5" X 9' 5") 3.18m X 3.0m
One double glazed window to the side, single radiator, floor to wall carpet laid.
First floor Upper Level leading to:-
White three piece suite, low level WC, panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over,
sink basin, single radiator, double glazed frosted window to rear aspect.
Lounge 16' 1" X 12' 5" (4.90m x 3.79m). Lockable access to hallway.
Three double glazed windows to front aspect, double radiator, new wall to wall carpet laid
Kitchen 10'8" x 6'3" (3.25m x 1.91m)
Range of wall and base units with roll top work surfaces,one and a half bowl sink, tiled splashbacks,
four ring new electric hob,
integral electric fan assisted oven with extractor hood above, washing machine, dryer and
fridge/freezer. Laminate birch wood effect flooring.
Please note: Buyers are advised to obtain verification from their solicitors as to the
Freehold/Leasehold status of the property. These particulars do not form part of any contract or offer.
Buyers should not rely on them as statements of representation and should check that the
information is correct by inspection or otherwise.
Leyton means "Town on the River Ley" and is at the heart of the Lea Valley. The name 'Leyton' has
been used since the 9th century. Leyton is situated on the Prime Meridian and is less than 1 mile
east of the site of the 2012 Olympic Park. Leyton Orient Football Club is also based here.
The area is made up largely of terraced housing. Many high rise council estates that dominated the
skyline have been demolished over the past 15 years.
Leyton was historically part of Essex and formed an urban district of that county from 1894. It gained
the status of municipal borough in 1926. In 1965 the Municipal Borough of Leyton was abolished and
its former area transferred to Greater London to be combined with that of other districts to form the
London Borough of Waltham Forest.
The main route through the town is the High Road, which forms part of the ancient route to Waltham
Abbey. At the top end of the High Road is a crossroads with Lea Bridge Road and Hoe Street. This
junction and the surrounding district is known as Baker's Arms, named after the public house which
still stands at the spot.
During World War II, Leyton suffered as a target because of its proximity to Temple Mills Yard. The
yard is now reduced in size as part of it has become a retail park 'Leyton Mills', whilst the rest has
been renovated to serve as a depot for high speed trains.
Community and Facility
The New Spitalfields Market relocated in 1991 from the Old Spitalfields market, is the UK's leading
horticultural market specialising in exotic fruit and vegetables.
There are 4 main shopping areas near in the flat, located at opposite ends of the High Road. A new
retail park is to be found at Leyton Mills and further along Westfield and Stratford Shopping Centres.
Leyton Mills has a large Asda store, a B&Q store and a selection of furniture and electrical stores. At
the north end of the town, Baker's Arms has a more traditional selection of shops lining Lea Bridge
Road and the High Road, including a Woolworths and a Tesco.
There are numerous pubs and a few bars situated on the High Road.
In 1886 a pavilion was built at Leyton Cricket Ground, becoming the headquarters of Essex County
Cricket Club until 1933, however Essex continued to play at Leyton until 1977. The pavilion still
stands today and is used as a sports ground by local schools,and as a boxing club (now DRAPERS
Field Sports Facility)
The town is the home to two association football (soccer) clubs; Leyton Orient F.C. and Leyton F.C..
Leyton Orient F.C. play in Football League One, and their home games occur at the Matchroom
Stadium, Brisbane Road. The stadium has recently been re-constructed, including improved terraces
and some residential property.
Waltham Forest provided crucial facilities and services for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
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