Liddington Road, London

Sold STC

Liddington Road, London

  • Ref: ESL1001431
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Three Bedroom Terraced Property
  • Immaculately Presented
  • Large Attic With Great Potential to Extend
  • Secure Bike Storage Shed
  • Basement
  • Study
  • Private Garden
  • Close Proximity to West Ham Park, Stratford Station and Westfield

Property Summary

This beautifully maintained and immaculately presented Victorian terraced home blends high ceilings with tasteful, bright décor to create a generous sense of space.

Artfully blending modern interior design with traditional features, the property offers accommodation over two floors including a well-appointed ground-floor bathroom, fully-fitted kitchen, a spacious living room/diner and a first-floor home office.

In addition, the property benefits from ample storage within the large loft (with potential for conversion STPP) and a basement.

Heated by a programmable, gas-fired central heating system and equipped with double glazing throughout, the house also boasts delightful, enclosed courtyard gardens to both the front and rear.

There are numerous amenities nearby, with parking on Liddington Road controlled by residents’ permits. London Underground services run regularly to central London from Plaistow (800m) and Stratford (1.6km) stations, with buses from nearby Portway also offering regular connections to Stratford town centre.



The main access to the property is via an external door from the courtyard at the front, boasting stained-glass panels and opening onto a reception hall. A glass-panelled internal door to the right leads through to the living room/diner. Carpeted stairs on the left rise to the first-floor landing, offering access to all three bedrooms, including the study at the rear of the house.

There is a large cloakroom cupboard beneath the stairs with steps leading down to the basement, which offers additional storage. An adjacent archway leads through to the contemporary fitted kitchen.

Like much of the rest of the property, the reception hall is decorated in bright neutral colours with waist-high wood panelling beneath a dado rail underpinning the property’s Victorian heritage.

25’ 3” (7.70m) X 11’ 6” (3.50m)

The immaculately presented and larger-than-average living space enjoys plenty of light through the bay windows to the front and a large awning window to the rear, benefiting from a warm, wooden floor as well as TV, telephone and wi-fi connection points.

Although modernised, the gas fireplace echoes the period style, boasting a large, cast-iron grate framed by a black-marble hearth and a brushed-metal mantle. There is plenty of room for shelving or larger pieces of furniture in alcoves either side of the chimney breast.

A stout ceiling beam separates the living space from the dining area, which is comfortably large enough to accommodate a family-sized table and chairs.

13’ 0” (3.95m) x 9’ 1” (2.78m)

The modern, fitted kitchen is laid out in a G shape with newly fitted flooring and plenty of storage space. The countertops run either side of the integral electric oven and five-ring gas hob, which is located beneath a stainless steel splashback and extractor fan.

On the opposite side of the room, the sink sits below a large bay window that floods the kitchen with light. The design also incorporates a handy wine rack, space for a fridge/freezer and washing machine (hidden behind a cupboard door) and a breakfast bar for two.

9’ 1” (2.78m) x 6’ 11” (2.10m)

Fully-tiled beneath dado rails, the bathroom is equipped with a separate walk-in shower behind opaque glass bricks as well as a double-ended bath, including centrally mounted taps and a separate shower attachment of its own.

On entry, the dual-flush WC is to the right and the hand basin to the left, the latter beneath a wall-mounted cabinet with mirrored doors and adjacent to a heated towel rail. Underfloor heating runs throughout. An airing cupboard behind the door houses the compact combi gas boiler, fitted in 2019.

Natural light is provided by an opaque window overlooking the private rear garden, while overhead LED spotlights ensure the room is well lit at night.

14’ 9” (4.50m) x 12’ 6” (3.82m)

Enjoying plenty of natural light through twin sash windows, the tasteful and restful master bedroom is located at the front of the property. The classic ambiance of the house is picked out once more by the ceiling rose and candelabra-style light fitting, as well as wood panelling and twin double fitted wardrobes.

A recessed alcove between the wardrobes is ideal for a king-size bed, with warmth provided by a wall-mounted radiator behind a decorative screen opposite. The room is carpeted and large enough to accommodate additional furniture if required.

12’ 4” (3.77m) x 9’ 6” (2.89m)

With ample space for a double bed, Bedroom 2 is located at the centre of the house and enjoys views over the courtyard garden to the rear through an awning window. The room is decorated in neutral colours, with space for wardrobes and additional storage in the recessed alcoves.

Bedroom 3: 9’ 8” (2.95m) x 9’ 1” (2.78m)
With a window overlooking the side of the property, the third double bedroom also has an opaque window facing the landing. The room benefits from newly fitted flooring and bright, neutral decor. A doorway leads through to the study at the back of the property.

Study: 9’ 1” (2.78m) x 6’ 11” (2.10m)

Currently used as an office space, this room could equally double as a fitness suite, large dressing room or nursery. The large window overlooks the garden and provides a peaceful outlook.


The property is fronted by a small courtyard garden with boundaries marked by brick and plaster walls separating the property from the pavement with access via a wrought-iron gate.

At the back of the property, an external door from the kitchen leads to the sunny, west-facing private garden. Here, a flagstone patio is ideal for al-fresco dining in the summer months, adjacent to brick-edged beds stocked with flowering plants, with climbing ivy providing variety and colour.


Terraced properties on Liddington Road are orientated east to west, facing each other over courtyard gardens to the front, with on-street parking controlled by residents’ permit. There are also two charging points for electric vehicles.

There’s a convenience store less than 50m from the front door on neighbouring Haberson Road while Portway is 100m in the other direction and offers a variety of amenities such as a Japanese takeaway, a newsagent, off-licence and a DIY store. Westfield shopping centre is 1.6km away and has all the shops and restaurants you could ask for, along with a multi-screen cinema and bowling alley.

The wide open green spaces, children’s playground and café in the 77-acre West Ham Park are just across the road, while an outdoor gym and the West Ham Tennis Courts are both within 500m of the house. The award-winning Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, with its open parkland, world-class sports facilities and children’s play areas is just over 2km away.

Regular buses run from Portway to Stratford, Barking and Manor Park. Plaistow station, which is just over 800m away, offers London Underground services on the District and the Hammersmith and City lines, with regular trains into central London.

Meanwhile, Stratford station is 1.6km away and is incredibly well connected with regular direct connections to central London and beyond. Located on the London Underground Central line, London Overground and TFL rail, the station is 8 minutes from Liverpool Street, 19 minutes from Oxford Circus and 20 minutes from the beautiful Epping Forest. When Crossrail opens, trains will run direct from Stratford to London Paddington in 18 minutes. Stratford International also has high-speed trains taking passengers to London St Pancras in 7 minutes or out to Ramsgate, Kent, in just over an hour.


These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property.
None of the above appliances/services have been tested by eSale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before making any legal commitment.


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