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Zealand Road, Bow Offers in Excess of £1,450,000

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  • Elegant 4 bed Victorian period house
  • 1,758 square feet / 163.5 square metres across four storey
  • Located in the Driffield Road Conservation Area
  • Extended and renovated throughout 2020 to 2023
  • Victorian interior with enhanced original features
  • Courtyard in the centre of the house
  • Quality flooring with a variety of carpet, original wooden floor and tiling
  • High end fixtures and fittings, lighting and appliances throughout the house
  • Cellar converted into a playroom and a newly fitted laundry room
  • Bright kitchen with Crittall windows and doors, and large feature skylight
  • Mansard roof benefitting from a hotel like feel double bedroom and bathroom suite
  • Redesigned living room with restored working fireplace
  • Family shower room on the first floor
  • Stylish ground floor WC
  • Electric car charger with a 10m cable
  • Bicycle store on the front garden
  • Landscaped rear garden
  • Double glazing
  • Gas central heating
  • EPC Band D

An elegant Victorian period house, extended and renovated by an interior design enthusiast, creating a delightful four bedroom four storey home of 1,758 square feet / 163.5 square metres with a stylish interior and exterior.

The property is located on a quiet, sought after, tree lined street in the Driffield Road Conservation Area. The current owners, purchased this property in the Summer of 2019, achieving planning consent for the kitchen extension and mansard roof. With great care and attention to detail they extended and renovated the house throughout 2020 to 2023. 

The result is an elegant Victorian interior with enhanced original features complemented by quality, clean modern design.

The kitchen has been generously extended to create a functional family space. With the rear wall made entirely from Crittall windows and doors, a large feature skylight and a courtyard in the centre of the house, along with the high ceilings and exposed brick wall, all combined makes it a light and exciting room. The bespoke fitted kitchen has high end quartz worktops, boiling hot and cold filter tap, lighting by Tala, fixtures and fittings from Downing & Reynolds and heated polished concrete flooring.

The recently redesigned living room has wooden panels with muted paint colours, original shutters and coving, a restored working fireplace with bespoke concrete surround, original wooden floors, and cast iron radiators which are also featured throughout the house.
The entrance hallway preserves its original coving and high ceilings. It also benefits from lots of fitted storage space and has a stylish ground floor WC with terrazzo tiled floor and concrete sink.

The cellar has been converted into a playroom, with extensive storage and a wall mounted TV. The house is wired with a 32amp electric car charging point with a 10m lead running to the front of the house.  Furthermore, there is a newly fitted laundry room that is plumbed for a washing machine and the gas boiler assists with airing / drying. 

The first floor landing benefits from sunlight from the window on the top landing. 

The master bedroom at the front of the house, has 2 sash windows, original wooden floors, built in wardrobes, a restored brick fire breast and a Limewash plaster feature wall.

The second double bedroom is equally appealing with a rear facing sash window overlooking the small courtyard.

The charming fourth bedroom is in the rear addition with an East facing window and views to the garden.

The family shower room on the first floor is fitted with terrazzo tiled floor and walls throughout, black fixtures and fittings, recessed lighting, an extractor and window.

From the first floor landing the new staircase leads up to a bright landing that has a sash window facing East. With a tall fitted cupboard that has an electrical point.

The mansard roof extension on the new second floor, creates a hotel like feel, providing a marvellous double bedroom with a monochrome colour scheme, high ceilings, built in wardrobes with a dressing table. Curved wall and ceiling features, substantial storage in the loft eaves and brass fixtures and fittings from Dowsing and Reynolds add to its beautiful finish.

The adjoining bathroom / wet room, is behind a beautiful, black panelled partition wall, glazed in fluted glass which enhances both rooms. This bathroom is wonderfully stylish, black ceilings, monochrome tiled floors and walls, with a roll top copper bath and matching sink, quality shower, fixtures and fittings.

Central Courtyard: This house has a central Courtyard which is overlooked from the sash window at the rear of the through living room. It has a Faux living wall, outside lighting and gravel, accessed via tall black Crittall door and windows from the kitchen. 

The Rear Garden: The rear garden feels like part of the kitchen and visa versa, it has been landscaped with large paving slabs, subtle rainwater drainage, walled with raised planted beds, fitted seating with some garden storage, perfect for entertaining.

The Front Garden: The front garden has a London Stock brick wall, a Corten rust lockable bicycle store and an electric car charger cable.

Vendors Situation: Our vendors have made an offer on a property.

Tenure: Freehold 

Council Tax Band: E

The Roman Road and Bow Neighbourhood
This sought after neighbourhood is a thriving, highly desirable and lively place to live, with good schools, beautiful green spaces and a well-known food and drink culture. The excellent transport links provide easy access to the City, Canary Wharf and beyond, making it an ideal location for professionals and families alike.  

Zealand Road and the other Victorian streets of the Driffield Road Conservation area are not only an architectural delight, but they are very friendly and have a strong community feel, and the house is in the catchment area of the popular Chisenhale Primary School.  

Despite the quietness of the immediate locality, the Roman Road and Bow in general, provide bustle and life with a plethora of independent cafes, bars and restaurants to choose from and a variety of convenience stores are at hand. From independent boutiques to well-known high street brands, there is something to suit all tastes and budgets.  

The famous Roman Road Market offers an eclectic mix of vintage clothing, fresh produce, and artisanal goods, and there is a Sunday food market in the park, with Broadway and the Columbia Road Flower Markets, a 20-minute stroll along the picturesque Regents Canal.

Mile End tube station is just a short walk away from where the Central, District, and Hammersmith and City lines can be accessed, providing easy access to all parts of the city.  Express coaches to Stanstead Airport leave from Mile End, and from Whitechapel, two stops west of Mile End, Heathrow Airport can be reached in 35 minutes via the Elizabeth Line.   There are also excellent bus links, including the number 8, 277, 425 and 339 buses, making it easy to get around the local area in all directions and beyond. 

Victoria Park, which is a 213-acre park that was opened in 1845 and is one of the oldest public parks in London. It features a large lake, numerous walking and cycling paths, playgrounds, cafes, and sports facilities. The park also hosts various events throughout the year, including music festivals,
food markets, and sporting events. It is considered one of the most popular and well-loved parks in London, providing a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Olympic Park and London Stadium are a 20-minute walk away, and the Regents Canal, that flows beside Victoria Park, connects Limehouse Basin and the Thames to the South and Islington to the north.

 It is no wonder that properties are in high demand in this special area, with its unique blend of old-world charm, modern-day convenience and beautiful green spaces.

 


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Zealand Road
Bow E3 5RB
County: Greater London
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 00000659
Lucie Prevost
Look Property Services Ltd
 
  020 8981 9999

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Martyn Stables
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Opened Look in 1990

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Syed Khan
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Part of Look since 1993

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Terry Bradbury
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Part of Look since 2002

Steve Dawson

Steve Dawson
Sales & Letting Consultant
Part of Look since 2015

Kelly Nelson

Kelly Nelson
Administration Team Manager
Part of Look since 2000

 Lucie Prevost

Lucie Prevost
Administration Manager
Part of Look since 2021

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Part of Look since 2021

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Portfolio Manager
Part of Look since 2021

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