Beech Hall Crescent
Highams Park
London
E4 9NW


Guide Price: £525,000 Freehold


"Very Nicely Updated & Presented Throughout…
A Late 1930s Terrace House…
A Cul De Sac Location Close To Centre"


Beech Hall Crescent is a lovely location and the property is set within this cul de sac being within walking distance of Highams Park Centre and station including shopping facilities. The house itself has been improved and updated and presents itself very nicely with a reception hall, lounge dining room which could easily be divided if required, a large conservatory which runs across the rear of the house, fitted kitchen and the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Internal inspection is recommended to appreciate this property and can be arranged through McRae's Property Services on 020 8503 3336.

Rear:




Entrance:
The property is approached across a crazy paved hardstanding terrace where there is a recessed storm porch, tiled step and double glazed and panel door with side casements opening to Reception Hall.

Reception Hall:
4.39m (14ft 5in) x 1.68m (5ft 6in) reducing to 1.22m (4ft 0in)
The reception hall is quite spacious having stairs rising to the first floor accommodation and underneath there are two useful storage cupboards, one being a useful utility/cloaks cupboard. There is a radiator to one side, and from here there is access to the main reception and kitchen.

Please note: there is no door from the hall to the kitchen.



Lounge Dining Room: 7.47m (24ft 6in) x 3.66m (12ft 0in)
3.66m (12ft 0in) in the lounge area reducing to 3.35m (11ft 0in) in the dining area
Currently open plan but easily divided if so required as both the lounge and dining areas have separate doors providing access from the hall. This is an ideal room for entertaining as the open plan space allows for plenty of movement.

Lounge Area:
A lovely bay to the front elevation with a sunny aspect (south facing) of Beech Hall Crescent, radiator beneath, power points, ceiling coving and open plan to:



Dining Area:
The dining area has more or less floor to ceiling double glazed double sliding patio doors which open up on to the conservatory, to one side there is a radiator and there is also a gas coal effect fire to the firebreast (not tested), power points, coved cornice ceiling.



Kitchen: 2.44m (8ft 0in) x 2.03m (6ft 8in)
Galley style and well arranged with units in a matching design featuring a worktop within which is set a single bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, a 4-ring gas burner hob with canopy style extractor fan above, oven beneath. An integrated fridge freezer to one side, part tiled surrounds, opposite a further worktop space with power points, drawer cupboards beneath and wall mounted cupboards above with an integrated microwave. Radiator, arrangement of ceiling downlighters, panel and glazed door with side and top casements opening to the conservatory.



Kitchen-2nd View:




Conservatory: 2.29m (7ft 6in) x 5.18m (17ft 0in)
Mostly glazed having a double glazed centred to the rear elevation with double glazed casement windows either side, plumbing/provision for automatic washing machine, space for dishwasher and tumble dryer, wall mounted double cupboard.



Conservatory-2nd View:




First Floor Accommodation:


Landing: 2.24m (7ft 4in) x 2.06m (6ft 9in) includes stair rise
Approached from a return staircase leading from the ground floor reception hall the landing is of good size and here there is a trap to loft space, ceiling downlighters, power point and panel doors provide access to each first floor room.

Bedroom 1: 3.81m (12ft 6in) into bay x 3.3m (10ft 10in) into firebreast recess
A "Sunny" bay front with a wide aspect of Beech Hall Crescent through double glazed replacement windows. There is a single panel radiator, power points, an arrangement of fitted wardrobe cupboards with inset vanity dresser and door and a range of top box storage above.



Bedroom 2: 3.48m (11ft 5in) x 3.35m (11ft 0in) to rear of wardrobes
Double glazed replacement windows to rear elevation with a very private well screened aspect to the rear with mature trees providing screening overlooking gardens. There is a radiator, power points, an arrangement of fitted wardrobe cupboards including integral shelving and top box storage.



View From Bedroom:




Bedroom 3: 2.67m (8ft 9in) into bay x 2.06m (6ft 9in)
An attractive bay fronted elevation with double glazed replacement windows and an outlook along Beech Hall Crescent. Laminate style floor, power point and radiator, fitted double wardrobe cupboard with top box storage.



Bathroom: 2.13m (7ft 0in) x 1.98m (6ft 6in)
A modern suite in white comprising a panel bath to one side having a chrome mixer tap, independent electric Triton Shower with fittings, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, low flush wc, radiator to one side, part ceramic tiled walls, a shelved storage cupboard with louvred faced doors, double glazed replacement window to rear elevation.



Outside:


Front Garden:
The property has a dropped kerb providing off street access to a crazy paved hardstanding suitable for parking at least one vehicle. There is a small low level wall either side and also some cultivated borders planted with mature shrubs.

Rear Garden:
Has a depth of approximately 63ft from the conservatory to the rear boundary and is well screened by mature trees beyond the rear boundary. The garden is laid out with a patio flagstone terrace with a step down to a lawned area having shrubs and conifers either side and then there is a further step down to an area leading to the rear boundary where there is potential for a vegetable plot and so on.



View To Rear of House:




Floor Plan:




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