We are delighted to offer this spacious, bright end of terrace house with high ceilings. This five bedroom home (three doubles and two single) has a beautiful large well fitted kitchen/diner, a bathroom/shower room on both ground and first floors and has parking for up to three cars.
Including one fully tiled modern bathroom situated on first floor and spacious shower with toilet on ground floor.
A large fully equipped kitchen which includes fitted dishwasher and washing machine and large fridge/ freeze.
The spacious living and entertaining space is spectacular with natural lighting entering through the stunning large windows.
Laminated flooring through the lounge and reception room. Tiled flooring in the kitchen with terrace over looking to your fine size garden.
Also property has storage with side entrance.
Parking space for three cars.
Located within half a mile to Redbridge Tube station (Central Line) and a short walk to local amenities, restaurants and shops. Close by is the River Roding, Royston Gardens and Redbridge Allotments and A406, M11 and M25 are all within easy reach of this property.
History of the area
The name Redbridge comes from a bridge over the River Roding which was demolished in 1921. The bridge was made of red brick, unlike other bridges in the area made of white stone. The name was later applied to the wider London borough created in 1965. The bridge was earlier known as Hocklee's Bridge.
The Redbridge formed part of the ancient parish of Barking, Essex . In 1888 it became part of the new civil parish of Ilford. The civil parish became a local board district in 1890, urban districtin 1894 and municipal borough in 1926. The Municipal Borough of Ilford was abolished in 1965 and its former area became part of the London Borough of Redbridge in Greater London